Chunkster Reading Challenge 2021

Chunkster Reading Challenge 2021
Host: Annette @ Impressions in Ink
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Duration: January 1 to December 31, 2021
Amount: The number of books read or audiobooks is up to you. The amount of pages in the book is the important guideline. The books must have 450 pages or greater to be a chunkster.

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List of my books read for this challenge:

1. The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas. Page count 608. This review was posted July 16, 2021.

2. The Warmth of Other Suns by Isabel Wilkerson. Page count 634. This review was posted July 17, 2021.


3. Gerard Manley Hopkins, The Major Works. Page count 480. This review was posted August 7, 2021.


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83 thoughts on “Chunkster Reading Challenge 2021

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  4. Do short story collections that exceed the page length count towards this challenge? I am reading a collection of short stories by George MacDonald that total over 650 pages and a collection of Father Brown stories by GK Chesterton that total over 750 pages. Would those work for the challenge?

    Do series that are read as individual books (not as an omnibus) that exceed the page count work for this challenge too? I plan to read all of the Chronicles of Narnia this year, which I own as individual books – would that count?

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  8. Oh! I have several chunky books languishing on my TBR, so this is the perfect reading challenge! I’ll be playing along on Instagram @jess_schira. I guess I’m kicking off with Space by James Michener, which I read in January. Next up with be Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O

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