December 10, 2013

2014 Chunkster Challenge

I was very disappointed that until this year ebooks were not allowed for Chunkster Challenge, and so I couldn't participate. But for 2014 the rules are changed, and I gladly join and challenge myself to read 20 books with 450+ pages in them next year! This seems totally doable, as this year I've read approximately 19 (I'm not sure editions I have on Goodreads have the same number of pages as the editions I read). 

I looove big books, and 450 pages is not even scary ;) But wish me good luck anyway! :)

Books read:
  1. The Shore by Yuri Bondarev (482 pages)
  2. The History of the Kings of Britain and Life of Merlin by Geoffrey of Monmouth (943 pages)
  3. A Feast for Crows by George R.R. Martin (786 pages)
  4. American Gods by Neil Gaiman (486 pages)
  5. Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel (650 pages)
  6. A Burnable Book by Bruce Holsinger (496 pages)
  7. A Dance with Dragons by George R.R. Martin (1097 pages)
  8. The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón (551 pages)
  9. Watership Down by Richard Adams (478 pages)
  10. The Republic of Thieves by Scott Lynch (754 pages)
  11. Outlander by Diana Gabaldon (784 pages)
  12. Spectrum by Sergei Lukyanenko (490 pages)


  1. At least half the books I read seem to be chunksters (based on this challenge's definition) anyway, so I will take part too. It's great they added the e-book opportunity, I remember browsing the challenge conditions last year and then there was big no-no to the e-readers. Good luck :)

    1. Yeah, I couldn't support this no e-books rule and joined Tea and Books challenge instead, which worked very well for me :) They also have more demanding page counts :) I'm glad I now can participate in this one too, though :)

  2. Replies
    1. Yeah, I checked the rules after you told me they have changed, and here I am! :) Thanks!

  3. Thanks for signing up for the challenge! Reading 20 books is a great goal. Good luck!

  4. Now that E books are allowed, i will commit to 20 chunsters in 2014

  5. You're off to a good start! Good luck. I'm looking forward to this challenge.

    Joy's Book Blog


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