20 Books Of Summer

It’s that time of year again when I reveal my 20 Books Of Summer choices!

20 Books Of Summer is organised wonderfully by Cathy from 746 Books. I’ve joined in with the challenge for the previous two years but I’ve never managed to get to the bottom of my list. This year, however, I am determined to finish!

The aim of this challenge is first and foremost to encourage us to read more, but I like to challenge myself to read books that have been on my to be read (TBR) list for some time, books that aren’t for blog tours and books that I want to read for myself. There are some books on my list that will be used to fill a square on the book bingo I’ve been enjoying this year.

The challenge starts on Wednesday (3rd June) and runs until 3rd September so there is still time to compile your own list and join in! There are no strict rules: Cathy has said that you can read 10 or 15 books if this suits you better. You can include audiobooks and you can amend your list as you go along.

These are the books I’ll be reading as part of the challenge. I would love to discuss them with you if you have read any of them. Happy reading!


Claire Allan – Her Name  Was Rose

Mark Billingham – Lifeless

Bridget Collins – The Binding 

MW Craven – Black Summer 

Patricia Dixon & Anita Waller – Liars

Amelia Henley – The Life We Almost Had 

Cara Hunter – In The Dark

Jonathan Janz – The Siren And The Spectre 

Lisa Jewell – The Family Upstairs 

Ragnar Jonasson – The Darkness

Ruth Jones – Never Greener 

Dorothy Koomson – All My Lies Are True 

Gytha Lodge – She Lies In Wait

Adrian McKinty – The Chain 

Alex North – The Shadow Friend 

Heidi Perks: Now You See Her 

Mel Sherratt – Hush Hush

KL Slater – The Secret 

Harriet Tyce – Blood Orange 

Holly Watt – To The Lions


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