TCL Joins the 2021 #BigBookSummer Challenge!


To find out about this reading challenge, please visit Sue’s post on her blog Book By Book.

Last year was the first time I did this one. For that challenge, I wanted to read four books, but only completed three because I DNF one of them (sorry, that Jackie & Maria was all WRONG). This year, I only have ONE book on my TBR list of ARCs that qualifies. That is:

I don’t think it will be a problem to achieve this teeny-tiny goal, since I actually finished reading it TODAY, and I hope to post my review on Friday. However, you never know if one of the print books I have on my shelf will catch my fancy and also qualify for this challenge, so let’s not be too hasty, right?

How about you?

Will you be reading any books that are at least 400 pages long this summer?

16 thoughts on “TCL Joins the 2021 #BigBookSummer Challenge!

  1. I didn’t plan it, but have already read 2 this summer: The Code Breaker: Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Race, by Walter Isaacson (536 pages)
    and When All Light Fails (Ryan DeMarco Mystery #5), by Randall Silvis (400 pages)
    Plus 2 others, but they were Graphic Novels

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  2. What a great challenge! I looked through my list of books this year and didn’t see anything over 400, looks like I need to challenge myself to read a few longer books.

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    1. I don’t go out of my way for this. If there’s a book on my TBR that is over 400 pages, I try to read it during the dates of the challenge. If not, then I just don’t join in!


  3. Congrats on meeting your goal for the challenge! I’m excited to get some of my books read for the challenge as well. I look forward to your review, and thanks so much for sharing!

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