Thursday, January 3, 2008

Book Club Forum Reading Circle Challenge

The fourth challenge I'm undertaking this year is the Book Club Forum Reading Circle Challenge (BF). The challenge is to participate in 10 reading circles, and if I read any books from past reading circles, I'll count those as well.

BF reading in 2008: (currently reading)
Jane Austen: Mansfield Park
Jane Austen: Sense and Sensibility
Neil Gaiman: Neverwhere
Rudyard Kipling: The Jungle Book
Yann Martel: Life of Pi
Mary Shelley: Frankenstein

TBR books that qualify for the BF challenge (will be added to during the year):
Note: Books in italics have been read.
Jane Austen: Mansfield Park (May/June 2008)
Jane Austen: Northanger Abbey (November/December 2008)
Jane Austen: Persuasion (September/October 2008)
Jane Austen: Sense and Sensibility (January/February 2008)
Neil Gaiman: Neverwhere (February 2008)
Stephen King: The Stand (December 2007)
Rudyard Kipling: The Jungle Books (June 2008)
Maggie O'Farrell: The Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox (May 2007)
Yann Martel: Life of Pi (January 2008)
Kate Mosse: Labyrinth (February 2006)
Audrey Niffenegger: The Time-Traveller's Wife (November/December 2005)
Christopher Paolini: Eragon (August 2006)
Terry Pratchett: Hogfather (December 2006)
Mary Shelley: Frankenstein (October 2006)

Other BF books I'd like to own and read:
Note: Books in italics have been bought.
Clive Barker: The Thief of Always
John Boyne: The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas (July 2008)
Neil Gaiman: American Gods (January 2006)
Neil Gaiman: Neverwhere (February 2008)
Jodi Piccoult: My Sister's Keeper (February 2006)
Tom Wolfe: The Bonfire of the Vanities (June 2008)

2 comments:

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