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The British Books Challenge #BritishBooksChallenge17 #AltRead

I'm excited to be part of the British Books Challenge, which is about supporting the work of British authors by reading twelve books a year.

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Hello everyone and welcome a new challenge I am taking part in  – The British Books Challenge. This year it is hosted by the lovely Michelle over at Tales of Yesterday – to find out more information and to sign up yourself please visit her page HERE.

The British Books Challenge is about supporting the work of British authors and the aim is to read twelve books a year (one a month).


Please see below for my reviews of any British Books I have read so far, which I will continue to update as and when I finish them.


Click here to see all books tagged with The British Books Challenge in a different view!

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Review: Every Breath You Take – by Rose Elliot (ARC)

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Review: Gone Without A Trace – by Mary Torjussen (ARC)

March2017

Review: Sirens by Joseph Knox (ARC)

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Review: My Sister’s Bones – by Nuala Ellwood (ARC)

Review: Good Me Bad Me: The Sunday Times Bestseller by Ali Land (ARC)

BBTMAY-2017

Review: The Binding Song – by Elodie Harper (ARC)

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*ARC = Advance Reading Copy / Galleys = uncorrected proofs

When reviewing a galley, reviewers are asked to focus on the potential of the overall book and its content as opposed to missing editorial features or errors in syntax.


Fancy a win? Check out my 2017 Giveaways!


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