The British Books Challenge 2015

The British Books Challenge 2015, hosted this by Fluttering Butterflies

By signing up I promise to read at least 12 books by British Authors.

Reviews for The British Books Challenge 2014
Reviews for The British Books Challenge 2013
Reviews for The British Books Challenge 2012

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Campari for Breakfast by Sara Crowe

The Sleeper and the Spindle by Neil Gaiman & Chris Riddell (Illustrator)

The Art of Being Normal by Lisa Williamson

Seven Days by Eve Ainsworth

It’s the End of the World As We Know It by Saci Lloyd

Circus of the Unseen by Joanne Owen

The Dreamsnatcher by Abi Elphinstone

A Whisper of Wolves (Guardians of the Wild #1) by Kris Humphrey

Under My Skin by James Dawson

Operation Bunny (Wings & Co #1) by Sally Gardner

Love Bomb (The Ladybirds #2) by Jenny McLachlan

Violet and the Pearl of the Orient by Harriet Whitehorn

Arsenic for Tea (Wells and Wong #2) by Robin Stevens

Bloodtide (Blood #1) by Melvin Burgess

Worry Magic by Dawn McNiff

The Happy Ever Afterlife of Rosie Potter (RIP) by Kate Winter

The Imagination Box by Martyn Ford

The Three Pickled Herrings (Wings & Co #2) by Sally Gardner

The Vanishing of Billy Buckle (Wings & Co #3)

The Matchbox Mysteries (Wings & Co #4) by Sally Gardner

One by Sarah Crossan

Remix by Non Pratt

The Kiss by Lucy Courtenay

Frozen Charlotte by Alex Bell

Being a Girl by Hayley Long

13 Days of Midnight by Leo Hunt

The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagich

Concentr8 by William Sutcliffe

Here Be Dragons by Sarah Mussi

The Rest of Us Just Live Here by Patrick Ness

Violet and the Hidden Treasure (Violet #2) by Harriet Whitehorn

Frail Human Heart (The Name of the Blade #3) by Zoë Marriott

First Class Murder: A Murder Most Unladylike Mystery (Wells and Wong #3) by Robin Stevens

Boywatching by Chloe Bennet

Sunkissed (The Ladybirds #3) by Jenny McLachlan

All About Pumpkin (The Diaries of Bluebell Gadsby #3) by Natasha Farrant

The Big Lie by Julie Mayhew

The Tulip Touch by Anne Fine

The Secrets of Sam and Sam by Susie Day

Dark Room by Tom Becker

The Wolf Wilder by Katherine Rundell

In Darkling Wood by Emma Carroll

House of Windows by Alexia Casale

Ghosts and Gadgets (The Raven Mysteries #2) by Marcus Sedgwick

Crow Moon by Anna McKerrow

Thirteen Chairs by Dave Shelton

Monsters by Emerald Fennell

Monster by C.J. Skuse

The Hollow Boy (Lockwood & Co. #3) by Jonathan Stroud

How to Fly with Broken Wings by Jane Elson

Max the Brave by Ed Vere

The Worst Girlfriend in the World by Sarra Manning

Dream On, Amber by Emma Shevah

Marsh Road Mysteries: Diamonds and Daggers by Elen Caldecott

Reasons to Stay Alive by Matt Haig

A Boy Called Christmas by Matt Haig

Knitbone Pepper: Ghost Dog by Claire Barker (with Illustrations by Ross Collins)

Petunia Perry and the Curse of the Ugly Pigeon by Pamela Butchart

Lily and the Christmas Wish by Keris Stainton

The Potion Diaries (Potion #1) by Amy Alward

The Snow Sister by Emma Carroll

Counting Stars by Keris Stainton

The Twelve Dates of Christmas by Lisa Dickenson

Squishy Mcfluff: Secret Santa by Pip Jones

Mango & Bambang: The Not-a-Pig (Mango & Bambang, #1) by Polly Faber & Clara Vulliamy (Illustrator)


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3 thoughts on “The British Books Challenge 2015

  1. YAY! Thank you so much for joining again this year, Luna. You have been a reading machine these past few years, I really am impressed. But yes, lower the pressure and expectations in 2015. I think that’s a great plan. And wow, those are some amazing UKYA titles you’ve put on your TBR. I can honestly say that I want to read them ALL. Good luck to you 🙂

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