#20booksofsummer 2018

Another year and we’re back. Thanks to Cathy at 746 Books we get to continue the challenge for another year! Here’s the link to Cathy’s master post, so you can how things work at the source. As every year I will cheat a bit and will not post a list of books I plan to read, because that’s a sure way for me not to read them, instead the list will be growing here as I go, initially the links will be to Amazon, but once I publish a review (r) the link will take you to it. Last year I finished before the deadline, so I’ll try to hit 20 this year too, even though so far the year is a lot slower, somehow I cannot keep my focus properly on reading, too many other things going on.

0. How to Be Both – Ali Smith (r)
1. A Death in Valencia – Jason Webster (r)
2. The Blind Man of Seville – Robert Wilson (r)
3. Wish You Were Here: England on Sea – Travis Elborough (r)
4. A Ja Żem Jej Powiedziała… – Katarzyna Nosowska (r)
5. Spain – Jan Morris (r)
6. The Book of Laughter and Forgetting – Milan Kundera (r)
7. Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day – Winifred Watson (r)
8. The Tomb in Seville – Norman Lewis
9. In Her Absence – Antonio Munoz Molina (r)
10. East of the West – Miroslav Penkov (r)
11. Warto Żyć – Lejb Fogelman (r)
12. Czekoladki dla Prezesa – Sławomir Mrożek (r)
13. WTF? – Robert Peston
14. The Magician of Lublin – Isaac Bashevis Singer (r)
15. A Minor Apocalypse – Tadeusz Konwicki
16. Alias Grace – Margaret Atwood (r)
17. The End We Start From – Megan Hunter
18.  Vacant Possession – Hilary Mantel
19. The Bookseller of Kabul – Asne Seierstad (r)
20. Last Seen Wearing – Colin Dexter

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