Chunkster Challenge

I’™ve decided to sign up for another challenge to help me get through my TBR list. It’s to read big, fat books ‘“ or as the Challenge calls them ‘˜chunksters‘™. The books have to have 450+ pages and mine are well over that. The ones I have picked ‘“ but this may change as I like to read as the fancy takes me – are:

The Book Thief by Markus Zusack (584 pages)
The Meaning of Night by Michael Cox (598 pages)
The Needle in the Blood by Sarah Bower (575 pages)
Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell (529 pages)

It is hosted by So Many Books, So Little Time – so true!

5 thoughts on “Chunkster Challenge”

  1. I’ve just taken on the new translation of War and Peace – that certainly qualifies for the “Chunkster Challenge!”Good luck 🙂

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  2. Nan, yes the reviews of these books will not be done soon! Ravenous Reader nice to hear from you – what a good blog name! War and Peace is a great book (no pun intended)!

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  3. You’ll just zoom right through Book Thief. Even while I was sobbing I couldn’t stop reading. And is Cloud Atlas really that many pages? That one will go quick too. At least it did when I read it.

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  4. Book Thief – have hankies ready. Wonderful bookNeedle in the Blood – my book of the yearMeaning of Night and Cloud Atlas – not for me I am afraid

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