Monday, 3rd September, saw Cathy’s 20 Books of Summer 2018 reading challenge (with the option of 15 or 10 levels too) coming to an end. Here in the UK, we have been treated to a rare and gloriously hot summer, which has allowed me to regularly read in the sun. However, as usual, I think I blinked and missed it! I made a list of 10 books, so let’s have a look at which of them I actually managed to read:
- The House on the Strand by Daphne du Maurier
- Eleanor of Aquitaine by Christopher Nicole
- Sourcery by Terry Pratchett
- Hannah’s Moon by John A. Heldt
- The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins [Re-Read]
- Seven Sovereign Queens by Geoffrey Trease
- Anne Boleyn, A King’s Obsession by Alison Weir
- But Is It Real? by Amy Orr-Ewing
Those I didn’t finish/get round to were:
- Cauldstane by Linda Gillard (currently reading)
- Lives of Notorious Cooks by Brendan Connell
Altogether that is eight of my ten books read – one down on last year – but I am actually really relieved with my result this year; as by the end of July I had only read three books! So to have read another five more by the end of August I think is pretty monumental. The only thing I am disappointed with is how behind I am with my reviews!
Have you read any of these books? Did you take part in this challenge?