Proposed books for the Full House Reading Challenge

I had such fun picking my (possible) books for the Back to the Classics 2014 Challenge that I decided to draw up a provisional list for the Full House Reading Challenge too.  Here it is:

1.  From the local library – Trainspotting, Irvine Welsh

2.  Best read so far in 2014 –

3.  From your wish list – The Granta Book of the African Short Story

4.  Set in a different country from you – Red Zone Baghdad, Marcus Fielding

5.  Published in 2014 –

6.  Theme/issue you think is important – The Catholic Priesthood and Women, Sara Butler

7. Setting you’d like to visit – The Reluctant Traveller: France and the French, Patrick Byron

8.  Suspense or crime – Soul Murder, Andrew Nugent

9.  Contemporary – Beautifully Chaotic, Nicole Tetterton

10.  More than 400 pages – The Gamal, Kieran Collins

11. Re-read – A book from the Chalet School series!

12.  Review persuaded you to read it –

13.  Published before 2013 – The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared, Jonas Jonasson

14.  Book with an animal in it – The Wind in the Willows, Kenneth Graeme

15.  Won or borrowed –

16.  Historical fiction – (undecided; there are several on my shelf / in my Kindle)

17.  Less than 200 pages – A Different Lifetime, Martin Radford

18.  Non-fiction – The Bill Bryson book that a friend has mailed me… I won’t know which one it is until the mail comes through!

19.  Author new to you – Chasing China: A Daughter’s Quest for Truth, Kay Bratt

20.  Book from a series – Something from The #1 Ladies’ Detective Agency series, Alexander McCall Smith

21.  Free or bought  very cheaply – There are lots in my Kindle!  Perhaps The Peace Maker, Michele Chynoweth

22. Published in 2013 – The Ballad of Mo and G, Billy Keane

23.  Paranormal / SF /dystopian – The Children of Men, P. D. James

24.  You love the cover –

25.  Free choice –

I’m looking forward to Jan 1st and starting some of these!

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