Thursday, December 12, 2019

2020 Historical Fiction Reading Challenge

Another that I have done for several years now.

20th Century Reader - 2 books
Victorian Reader - 5 books
Renaissance Reader - 10 books
Medieval - 15 books
Ancient History - 25 books
Prehistoric - 50+ books

My Books:

  1. Daisy Jones & the Six--Taylor Jenkins Reid
  2. The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency--Alexander McCall Smith
  3. And Then There Were None--Agatha Christie
  4. California Girl--T. Jefferson Parker
  5. Cranford--Elizabeth Gaskell
  6. The Girl With the Red Balloon--Katherine Locke
  7. White Fang--Jack London
  8. Black Dove, White Raven--Elizabeth Wein
  9. The Call of the Wild--Jack London
  10. Infants of the Spring--Wallace Thurman
  11. Elijah of Buxton--Christopher Paul Curtis
  12. Lysistrata--Aristophanes
  13. An Appetite for Violets--Martine Bailey
  14. The House of the Spirits--Isabel Allende
  15. The Bluest Eye--Toni Morrison
  16. In a German Pension--Katherine Mansfield
  17. The Betrothed--Alessandro Manzoni
  18. The Swans of Fifth Avenue--Melanie Benjamin
  19. You Belong to Me--Johanna Lindsey
  20. The Viking's Woman--Heather Graham
  21. The Green Carnation--Robert Smythe Hitchens
  22. Clan of the Cave Bear--Jean M. Auel
  23. See What I Have Done--Sarah Schmidt
  24. 2 A.M. at the Cat's Pajamas--Marie-Helene Bertino
  25. Twelfth Night--William Shakespeare
  26. Fences--August Wilson
  27. The Planet of Junior Brown--Virginia Hamilton
  28. Tigress--Jennifer Blake
  29. Kindred--Octavia E. Butler
  30. The Lost Vintage--Ann Mah
  31. The Prize--Julie Garwood
  32. The Twenty-One Balloons--William Pene du Bois
  33. Nothing to See Here--Kevin Wilson
  34. The Canterbury Tales--Geoffrey Chaucer
  35. Empress of the Splendid Season--Oscar Hijuelos
  36. The Portrait of a Lady--Henry James
  37. The Art of Baking Blind--Sarah Vaughan
Calling this one off on September 30. The blog hosting this challenge has been deleted.


Passages to the Past said...

Thanks for joining the Reading Challenge!

Davida Chazan (The Chocolate Lady) said...

This is going to be a good year for Historical Fiction - I'm sure of it!