Sunday, July 01, 2018

12th Annual CanBook Challenge: July Roundup







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  1. "What Canadian books did you read and review in July?"
    A bit early to be asking that, isn't it?

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    1. It's a link for the whole month, Roger ๐Ÿ˜„

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  2. Book 1 of 13 for this challenge. Missed the goal for the first time last year. Won't let it happen again!

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    1. Time goes by very quickly somehow doesn't it? ;)

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  3. I begin this year's challenge with the most boring Canadian novel I've ever read. It can only go uphill from here!

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    1. haha! well, start with low expectations and it will only improve :)

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  4. Melena's Jubilee and House Held Up by Trees bring me up to 2/13. The second book I'm counting for illustrator Jon Klassen.

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  5. Come From Away is 1/13 for me!

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  6. Taking my usual route (attempting to get to 13 graphic novels and a book from each province/territory, allowing for overlap), I'm at 2/13 graphic novels and Ontario covered.

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  7. Just finished #2 ... "Remember Tokyo" by Nick Wilkshire (the third in the A Foreign Affairs Mystery series.

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  8. The Literary Sewing Circle book is 1/13 for me.

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    1. Oooh, so happy you decided to read along :)

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    2. Me too. I love the posts about it even if I haven't gotten it together to make anything yet.

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  9. Patteron's Consumption makes 1/13. On the board! Took a while to get the review up.

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  10. Love, Penelope brings me to 3/13

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  11. 3/13 graphic novels, 2 provinces/territories covered (Ontario, Nunavut); total of 4

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  12. 4/13 graphic novels, 2 provinces/territories covered (Ontario, Nunavut); total of 5

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  13. 2/13 for me with Bellewether!

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  14. Isabel Mackay's 1926 novel Blencarrow is my second. Highly recommended.

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  15. A collection of poetry by Calef Brown is 2/13

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  16. 4/13 graphic novels, 2 provinces/territories covered (Ontario, Nunavut); total of 6

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  17. 5/13 graphic novels, 2 provinces/territories covered (Ontario, Nunavut, British Columbia); total of 7

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  18. With Hudson Pickle, I'm up to 4/13

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  19. Anne of the Island brings me to 3/13!

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  20. I'm on the board! This brings me to 1/13.

    Zero Day by Ezekiel Boone

    https://darlenesbooknook.blogspot.com/2018/07/book-review-4-out-of-5-stars-for-zero.html

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  21. With Sherlock Frankenstein, I'm at 5/13.

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