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Modern Mrs Darcy Reading Challenge Completed

Another challenge completed! I completed this one a few weeks ago, and my original post about it is here. This was the build your own challenge from lists of prompts from previous iterations of this challenge and I have to say, it was a really good one as there was a lot less pressure to adhere to specific categories that one may not find a book for. It allowed me to choose open categories that just about anything could fit, and whilst some may see this as too easy, as someone who reads a lot for pleasure, reviewing, and work, challenges that have a sense of openness in their categories or goals work well for someone like me. I reviewed nearly all of the books apart from one or two, and have linked all the reviews to this post.

  1. A book published this year (2021): Monty’s Island: Elvis Eager and the Golden Egg by Emily Rodda and Lucinda Gifford
  • A book you’ve already read: Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery
  1. Three books by the same author:

Friday Barnes: The Plot Thickens by R.A. Spratt

Friday Barnes: Danger Ahead by R.A. Spratt

Friday Barnes: Bitter Enemies by R.A. Spratt

  1. A book you chose for the cover: The Forest of Moon and Sword by Amy Raphael
  1. A book that was banned at some point: Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank, edited by Otto Frank and Mirjam Pressler

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