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DLSWVA
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re: Reading Challenge 2019
I'm here to edit as well. I found it at the bottom of the first page and don't want it to slip to the second page again.


thatguy45
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re: Reading Challenge 2019
Guess I'll go ahead and bump.
Finished up a bunch of Phillip K. Dick's short stories.


Maytheporkbewithyou
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re: Reading Challenge 2019
Bump back to page 1


memphis tiger
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re: Reading Challenge 2019
So far in 2019:


1. Cibola Burn (The Expanse #4) James SA Corey 581p

2. Deadhouse Gates (Malazan #2) Steven Erikson 831p

3. Munich Robert Harris 303p

4. Nemesis Games (The Expanse #5)James SA Corey 536p

5. Bad Blood Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup John Carreyrou 303p

6. Babylon’s Ashes (The Expanse #6) James SA Corey 536p

7. 1776 David McCullough 294p

8. Persepolis Rising (The Expanse #7) James SA Corey 549p

9. Tiamat’s Wrath (The Expanse #8) James SA Corey 531p

On Deck

Memories of Ice, Malazan #3
The Heroes Joe Abercrombie
Red Country Joe Abercrombie
Best Served Cold Joe Abercrombie
This post was edited on 6/23 at 10:26 pm


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Dubosed
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re: Reading Challenge 2019
I'm struggling this year. took me two months to finish a book.


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BluegrassBelle
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re: Reading Challenge 2019
Doing a summer challenge since I'm between semesters and reading for pleasure for a few weeks at least.

5 book goal

1. Lady of the Rivers - Philippa Gregory (494 pages) 4*
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DLSWVA
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re: Reading Challenge 2019
Bump


Sneaky__Sally
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re: Reading Challenge 2019
edit and bump - way behind pace on my goal, but still on pace for last years goal / mark.

Going to try and burn through some books this month, new goal for the year is probably to beat last years mark by 5 - 10 books though.


Maytheporkbewithyou
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re: Reading Challenge 2019
Bump


Dubosed
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re: Reading Challenge 2019
bump reading my tenth book. Joe Abercrombie is a stud


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VOR
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re: Reading Challenge 2019
I really liked The Force ce by Winslow.
Gritty and believable.

And you’re right about Lehane’s Since We Fell


Cap Crunch
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re: Reading Challenge 2019
I recently decided I needed to start reading again, so I might as well join for the rest of the year. In the past I've tried to read on my kindle but I think its just hard for me to keep my interest when I do that. Reading physical books just seems to be much more satisfying for me. Anyway, I've ditched the kindle and bought a few new books as well as picked a few up from my parents house to get reading again.

I'll set my goal at 6 books for the remainder of the year. I'll finish book #1 tonight, so I'll be at one book per month for rest of the year. A few that I have on my list are pretty long so that seems fair.

Currently Reading:
Animal Farm by George Orwell

On Deck:
Watchmen by Alan Moore
Dune by Frank Herbert

I'll decide what comes next after I read Dune. Not sure if I'll try to go right through that series or mix it up with something else.


Sneaky__Sally
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re: Reading Challenge 2019
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I'll decide what comes next after I read Dune. Not sure if I'll try to go right through that series or mix it up with something else.


I've got Dune coming up on my list as well - from what I hear, you should read the first 3 (I think) By Frank Hebert and don't really need to read the other ancillary books.


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Kvothe
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re: Reading Challenge 2019
After a lengthy time out, I am back. Thank you for starting this thread for 2019. Looking forward to updating when I have some free time.


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Maytheporkbewithyou
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re: Reading Challenge 2019
Bump


DLSWVA
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Member since Nov 2012
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re: Reading Challenge 2019
Bump


Maytheporkbewithyou
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Member since Aug 2016
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re: Reading Challenge 2019
Bump


BluegrassBelle
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re: Reading Challenge 2019
I've extended my 5 book goal to end of the year. Did more traveling than reading over the summer and with grad school stuff, it can be a little difficult to fit in at times.

1. Lady of the Rivers - Philippa Gregory (494 pages) 4*
2. The White Queen - Philippa Gregory (436 pages) 4*
3. The White Princess - Philippa Gregory (544 pages) 3.5*
4. The Rules of Magic (The Practical Magic Series - Book 1) - Alice Hoffman (38 of 370)


Big Chipper
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re: Reading Challenge 2019
Just finished book number 60. Goal is 72 or 6 books a month.


Maytheporkbewithyou
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re: Reading Challenge 2019
Bump


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