20 Books of Summer 2018 #20BooksofSummer

 

20-booksHosted by Cathy@746books The 20 Books of Summer is a reading challenge from 1 June to 3 September encouraging you to read up to 20 books from your TBR . Cathy herself admits that the rules are very slack and not to worry if you don’t manage to make it. Anyone is welcome to join in the challenge – just pick your 20 books (or 15, or 10) to read over the summer and write a post about them. Then sign up to the page on 746 Books on 1st June! The challenge will run from 1st June to 3rd September 2018. You can share your lists and your progress on twitter using #20BooksofSummer

 

I’ve seen all the posts and lists being shared for the challenge again this year, and after much deliberating on whether I’d be doing 10, 15 or 20 books, I’ve decided to go the whole hog and aim for 20 again. Without further ado here’s my list:

What do think of my list, do you recognise any of these?

 

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  1. Excellent list! I really enjoyed Dear Mrs Bird, Friends and Traitors (TBR alert: if you haven’t read earlier books in the series you’ll probably want to afterwards) and Widdershins.

  2. Great choices Nicki, I read The Perfect Nanny (or Lullaby as it is called here) earlier in the year so look forward to hearing what you think. Thanks for joining in x

  3. I have some of those to read, a great selection. The Secret Wife and Anything You Do Say were excellent read for me. Good luck!

  4. You’ve picked some fab-sounding books for your challenge! I read The Man Who Didn’t Call recently and loved it. I honestly couldn’t put it down so I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. I found The Perfect Nanny really compelling. Hope you have fun reading all the books! πŸ™‚

  5. So glad you joined! I’ve read β€œOne of Us is Lying” and β€œDear Mrs. Bird” both were good reads. Good luck and Happy Reading! 😊

  6. Great list selection – we share a title in Every Note Played. One of Us Is Lying was a real a page turner, so a great pick for a reading challenge. Good luck, and I hope you’re able to enjoy all of these titles.

  7. Every Note Played is so good!!! I definitely recommend that one. I thought The Perfect Nanny was okay, but lots have enjoyed it – plus it’s super short! Enjoy the read-a-thon!

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