SIY #42! October through December 2017
This is a book from the TBR pile, in fact it's been there since 2010! So I have now read 7 out of 11 books from there.
Now I am reading The Darkhouse by Barbara Radecki.
Another library book so I have now read 11 out of 11 for this challenge.
I'll have to buckle down and get the TBR pile down a bit.
To that end I started Put on the Armour of Light by Catherine Macdonald.
I believe that gets me to 8 out of 11 books from my TBR pile.
Now I am reading The Clown Service by Guy Adams.
Another book off the TBR pile so only two more to go which will be The Chess Men by Peter May and Hide and Seek by Ian Rankin. Since I usually gobble up books from both those writers I have high hopes of finishing both of them before the end of the month.
#5 : Kate Grenville; The Secret River
#4 : Cecelia Ahern; Lyrebird
#3 : Rhys Bowen; Her Royal Spyness (Again, I intend to register this and send out)
#2 : Peter Ackroyd; The Limehouse Golem (This I intend to register and RABCK)
#1 : Julia Williams; Coming Home for Christmas
#5 : Rose Tremain; Trespass
#4 : Philip Glenister; Things ain't what they used to be
#3 : Henning Mankell; The Dogs of Riga
#2 : Maggie O'Farrell; Instructions for a Heatwave
#1 : Erin Hart; Haunted Ground
Book Club :
#3 : Virginia Ironside; No, I don't want to join a Bookclub!
#2 : Christos Tsiolkas; The Slap
#1 : (Edited as forgot details.) Daniel Mason; A Far Country
5 of 5 tbr any date, 5 of 5 unregistered and 3 of 3 Book Club (5/5/3)
The Chess Men by Peter May:
Tooth & Nail by Ian Rankin:
Sharp-eyed readers will notice that my last book, although by the author that I said it would be, is not the book I posted in my last update. I mistakenly took Tooth & Nail off the bookshelf (#3 in the Rebus series) instead of Hide and Seek (#2 in the Rebus series). I didn't discover my mistake until I went to do the review. No great harm done and I intend to read Hide and Seek very soon in the new year.
Congratulations to everyone who finished their challenge and even those who didn't as long as you enjoyed yourself. Thank you to Katethegreyt and Diane-Fraser for the excellent job in steering this challenge to another successful conclusion.