20 Books of Summer 2019 #20booksofsummer

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Hello friends!

So many of my fellow bloggers are doing the reading challenge “20 Books of Summer” run by Cathy at 746books that I have been inspired to join in! For me the challenge was not picking 20 books, but rather sticking to the list – I’m very much a mood reader! All 20 titles will go towards my annual Goodreads goal, but as usual I’m also trying to tick off various other challenges! I plan to link to my reviews as I go too!

NetGalley books (also count towards Mount TBR):

Watching You, by Arne Dahl – Review

The Death of Her, by Debbie Howells – Review

The Pool House, by Tasmina Perry

The Girl Who Came Back, by Kerry Wilkinson

The Death of Mrs Westaway, by Ruth Ware

When You Disappeared, by John Marrs

Fatal Masquerade, by Vivian Conroy

Copycat, by Alex Lake

Physical books I own (also count towards Mount TBR)

Anne of Green Gables, by LM Montgomery (also using towards Modern Mrs Darcy Challenge of a book outside your comfort zone) – Review

Dandy Gilver and a Spot of Toil and Trouble, by Catriona McPherson

The Lie Tree, by Frances Hardinge

The Woods, by Harlen Coben

Head Over Heels in the Dales, by Gervaise Phinn

The Couple Next Door, by Shari Lapena

There is also a physical book that I own which does not count towards Mount TBR, as it is an ARC for a title that is due to be published in August I won from a publisher (it will still count towards my Goodreads):

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The Warehouse, by Rob Hart

Books I have borrowed (also count towards VIRTUAL Mount TBR)

Death of an Englishman, by Magdalen Naab – this is my Book Group choice for this month. I’m also going to use it towards the Modern Mrs Darcy Challenge of a book in translation.

A Room Full of Bones, by Elly Griffiths – I’m going to use this towards the Modern Mrs Darcy Challenge of 3 books by the same author (book 1 of 3). – Review

A Necessary Evil, by Abir Mukherjee

The Killing of Polly Carter, by Robert Thorogood

Summertime All The Cats Are Bored, by Phillipe Georget

Have you read any of these? Are you joining in with 20 Books of Summer?

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8 thoughts on “20 Books of Summer 2019 #20booksofsummer

  1. Some great choices there! I loved The Death of Mrs Westaway, and the Abir Mukherjee series is great. I read The Woods years ago so don’t remember much about it except that I enjoyed it. And as for Anne of Green Gables – my favourite childhood book! I still model myself on Anne… 😉 Hope you love all your choices! 😀

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