Thursday, January 2, 2020

2020 European Reading Challenge: REVIEW PAGE

The 2020 European Reading Challenge

REVIEW PAGE





January 1, 2020 to January 31, 2021

THIS IS THE PAGE TO LIST YOUR REVIEWS.

IF YOU HAVE FINISHED, WRAP UP POSTS GO ON THIS PAGE.

TO SIGN UP, GO TO THE MAIN CHALLENGE PAGE, HERE,
OR CLICK THE BUTTON ABOVE.

LINK YOUR REVIEWS HERE

Please put your name or the name of your blog, the name of the book you reviewed, and the country of the book or author. For example: "Rose City Reader, A Gentleman in Moscow, Russia."




When you review a book for the 2020 European Reading Challenge, please add it to this list using the Linky widget above. Please link to your review post, NOT the main page of your blog.

You do not have to review books to complete the challenge. You can complete the challenge simply by reading one to five books (or more), each set in a different European country or written by an author from a different European country. If you complete the challenge, please link some kind of wrap up post (even an updated version of you original sign up post) on the wrap up page. That way, I know who finished the challenge.

But only books reviewed count towards the Jet Setter Prize. So if you are going for the prize, link your reviews here. Only one book per country counts towards the prize.

NO BLOG? NO PROBLEM!

You do not need a blog to participate! If you don't have a blog, be flexible about how you alert us to your reviews. If you post them on a platform that allows you to post a link here, post the link. If you post your reviews on Instagram, Goodreads, LibraryThing, Facebook, or some other place that doesn't generate a link, just copy your review into a comment here. That way, I can find the reviews and count them towards the Jet Setter Prize.

NOTE ABOUT DATES

There is overlap in January 2020 between the last month of the 2019 challenge and the first month of the 2020 challenge. If you participated both years, only count books read in January in one of the years, not both.




2 comments :

  1. Forgot to list country and name of book : the Girl Who Lived Twice - Sweden.

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  2. I don't know what happened, but I wrote my review of "Assassinio à la carte" for Germany at number 8, but it doesn't appear any more :-O I see number 8 white :-/

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