Monday, December 3, 2018

Virtual Mount TBR Challenge


Virtual Mount TBR Reading Challenge 2019 (hosted by Bev @ My Reader's Block)

This is similar to the Mount TBR challenge, but it's for books you don't own (from the library or Project Gutenberg) or books acquired in 2019.

level 1: 12 Books -- Mount Rum Doodle -- level complete:

1. No Time to Spare  - Ursula LeGuin  (essay collection)
2. Norse Mythology  - Neil Gaiman (on TBR since 2016) (reviewed)
3. Roadside Picnic -Arkady & Boris Strugatsky (on TBR since 2016) (reviewed)
4. Three Men in a Boat- Jerome K. Jerome (on TBR since 2016) (reviewed)
5. Monstress: Vol. 1: Awakening - Marjorie Liu (on TBR since 2018) (reviewed)
6. The Social Contract - Jean Jacques  Rousseau (on TBR since 2016) (reviewed)
7. The Odyssey  - Homer (the Emily Wilson translation has been on my TBR since 2018) (reviewed)
8. A Stranger in Olondria - Sofia Samatar (on TBR since 2015) (reviewed)
9. The Spy Who Came in from the Cold - John Le Carre (on TBR since 2016) (reviewed)
10. Citizen: An American Lyric - Claudia Rankine (on TBR since 2018) (reviewed)
11. Cloud Atlas - David Mitchell (on TBR since 2016) (reviewed)
12. City of Bones by Martha Wells (reviewed)

next level: Mount Crumpit!
13. Monstress vol. 2: The Blood by Marjorie Liu (reviewed)
14. A Vindication of the Rights of Woman by Mary Wollstonecraft review pending
15. Declare by Tim Powers (added to TBR 2019) (reviewed)
16. One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia-Marquez (added to TBR 2015) (reviewed)
17. Monstress vol. 3: Haven  by Marjorie Liu (reviewed)
18. Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik (added to TBR 2018) (reviewed)
19. Tigana by Guy Gavriel Kay (reviewed)
20. The Sound and the Fury by William Faulkner (reviewed)
21. The House on the Borderland by William Hope Hodgson (reviewed)
22. The Dreaming Vol. 1: Pathways and Emanations by Simon Spurrier (reviewed)
23. Use of Weapons by Iain Banks
24. A Night in the Lonesome October by Roger Zelazny








5 comments:

  1. This sounds fun - I'll no doubt join this :) Need to start thinking about 2019 challenges...

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  2. Thanks so much for joining me on the virtual climb!

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  3. Wow you're making great progress! Three Men in a Boat is one of my faves.

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  4. I liked Three Men in a Boat! My fave from the list so far is probably The Odyssey (which I have read, but more than 5 years ago, so it counts for the challenge).

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