Raved About Reads Challenge

I know that I've already posted about the RYOB Challenge, but I found another challenge on MizB's blog. It's call the Raved About Reads Challenge and is a perpetual challenge for books that have been recommended to you, but you haven't gotten around to reading yet. 

Here are the rules:

Create – and read! – a list of books that you’ve always heard others rave about, and thought you should read yourself… but always put off reading “until later”.
* You can choose books that you’ve recently heard of IF a bunch of people are raving about how good they are and how everyone should read them.
* Your list has to have at least 3 books on it. Of course, you can make it much longer than just 3 books. But, you could also just read 3. That’s up to you.
* Yes, your list of books can overlap with other challenges.
* There are no limitations on genre… books can be fiction, nonfiction, religious, secular, etc.
* Audiobooks and E-books are allowed.
* This is a PERPETUAL challenge, meaning it is ongoing ~ there is no time limit.

Here is my list so far:

  • Against a Dark Background - Iain M. Banks
  • All Quiet on the Western Front - Erich Maria Remarque
  • Dust to Dust - Tami Hoag
  • Kill the Messenger - Tami Hoag
  • Prior Bad Acts - Tami Hoag
  • Enchantment - Orson Scott Card
  • Magic Street - Orson Scott Card
  • Pastwatch - Orson Scott Card
  • The Memory of Earth - Orson Scott Card
  • Evermore - Alison Noel
  • First They Killed My Father - Loung Ung
  • Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil - John Behrendt
  • The Final Empire (Mistborn: Book 1) - Brandon Sanderson
  • The Heart is a Lonely Hunter - Carson McCullers
  • Oryx and Crake - Margaret Atwood
  • The Year of the Flood - Margaret Atwood
  • Wizard's First Rule (Sword of Truth: Book 1) - Terry Goodkind
  • Stolen - Kelley Armstrong
  • Same Kind of Different as Me - Ron Hall and Denver Moore w/ Lynn Vincent

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