Thursday, June 21, 2007

Spring Reading Challenge

While it's too late to sign up for prizes, I've decided to join Callapidder Day's Spring Reading Thing Challenge for 2007. The idea is to make a list of books I intend to read between now and June 21st.

So, here's my list (in no particular order):

1. Steven Sherrill. The Minotaur Takes a Cigarette Break -- finished (4/4/07)
2. Amanda Eyre Ward. Sleep Toward Heaven -- finished (4/5/07)
3. Ken Follett. Jackdaws -- finished (4/13/07)
4. Robert Ferrigno. Dead Silent -- finished (4/18/07)
5 Sheri Tepper. The Visitor -- finished (4/14/07)
6. Pat Cadigan. Tea from an Empty Cup -- finished (4/18/07)
7. John Le Carre. A Perfect Spy -- finished (5/4/2007)
8. Joan Clark. An Audience of Chairs -- finished (5/4/2007)
9. Caleb Carr. The Angel of Darkness -- finished (6/13/07)
10. Robert Silverberg. Sorcerers of Majipoor -- finished (6/21/07)


Memiors of a Home Schooler said...

I am going to look up some of your list on Amazon, I haven't heard of any of them, but they look intriguing! Hope to read some reviews on what you think...thanks for sharing and Happy Reading!

krin said...

Thanks for your comment. I picked these books either because of another challenge (Sorcerers of Majipoor for the TBR Challenge) or because I promised them to other readers.

Jennifer said...

I really enjoyed Sleep towards Heaven. I am curious to hear what you think of it. You have a great list of books there. Happy Reading

Katrina said...

I'm unfamiliar with most of your list as well (except for the Follett and Le Carre books), but that's one of the great things about these challenges - learning about books I might not normally pick up! Thanks for being part of the challenge. Enjoy your reading!

booklogged said...

Wow! you are doing great. I have been sidetracked from reading books because I'm having so much fun reading about places for our trip. I'm sure learning a lot, but I do need to get back to some of my challenges.

Tea from an Empty Cup sounds interesting. I read your review.

krin said...

Thanks booklogged for your comment. I'm currently catching up on my reviews so the number of Spring Challenge books I've read is up to 6 - two more to go!