The 50 Book Challenge in 2019...

This is my 50 book challenge for 2019

I'll keep this updated as I go along.

A book that has been on my bookshelf for more than 5 years - 

A big fat book with more than 500 pages - Village of the Lost Girls by Agustín Martínez

A skinny book with less than 200 pages -  The Nail House by Gregory Baines

A short story - a book with less than 70 pages -

A romantic story - Amazing Grace by Kim Nash

A murder /mystery story  - A Death in Chelsea by Lynn Brittney

A gritty crime story  - The Puppet Show by M W Craven

A historical fiction novel - Blood Queen by Joanna Courtney

A book for children - The Silver Moon Story Book by Elaine Gunn

A novel that is book one in a series new to me - The Never Game by Jeffery Deaver

A book by a favourite author - The Strawberry Thief by Joanne Harris

A book with a number in the title - 21st-Century Yokel by Tom Cox

A book that scared me - Wakenhyrst by Michelle Paver

A young adult book - Children of the Chieftain : Bound for Home by Michael E Wills

A book of poems - Ten Poems about Walking (Candlestick Press)

A book by a debut author - Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

A book with an interesting title -  The Two Hearts of Eliza Bloom by Beth Miller

A Book that's a film or a play - The Thunder Girls by Melanie Blake

A book with a cat in it - Smoke in Her Eyes by Anna Belfrage

A book I bought for myself -  The Testaments by Margaret Attwood

A Book with a number in the Title - Anne Boleyn : 500Years of Lies by Hayley Naylor

A book by an author I have read before - Wykenhurst by Michelle Paver

A book by an author who is new to me - The Puppet Show by M W Craven

A non-fiction book - The Pull of the River by Matt Gaw

A book from an author I love - The Cornish Lady by Nicola Pryce

A book a friend recommended -  Call Me Star Girl by Louise Beech

A book signed to me by the author - A Friend in Deed by G D Harper

A book with a theme - The Point of Poetry by Joe Nutt

A book that made me laugh out loud - A Hitch in Time by Andy Smart

A book that is very popular - The Familiars by Stacey Halls

A Summer story - A Summer to Remember by Sue Moorcroft

A Feel Good story - A Perfect Cornish Summer by Philipa Ashley

A book I'm excited about - The Photographer of the Lost by Caroline Scott

An audio book  - The Mermaid and Mrs Hancock by Imogen Hermes Gowar

A book with an animal in its title - Tiger by Polly Clark

A book with a fruit in the title - Apple of my Eye by Claire Allan

A book that made me cry - You'll Never See me Again by Lesley Pearse

A book from my wish list - Blood Orange by Harriet Evans

A book originally written in a different language - Nowhere Girls by Teuta Metra ( Albanian)

A book that surprised me in a good way - The Familiars by Stacey Halls

A book considered to be a classic - The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Bronte

A book set in England  -  A Vintage Year by Rosie Howard

A book set in Scotland - From the Shadows by G R Halliday

A book set in Ireland - A River in the Trees by Jacqueline O'Mahony

A book set in Wales - The Jeweller by Caryl Lewis

A book set in America - The Shadow Between Us by Carol Mason

A book set in Russia - The Wolves of Leninsky Prospekt by Sarah Armstrong

A book set in Australia - The Single Ladies of Jacaranda Village by Joanna Nell

A book set in Europe - Dreaming of Tuscany by T A Wiliams

A Christmas Themed Book - Mrs Miracle's Christmas by Debbie Macomber



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