December 11, 2009

Chunkster Reading Challenge - 2010


I've seen the Chunkster Reading Challenge around before, but I haven't been adventurous enough to join before now. This time around the challenge is being hosted by Wendy on its own blog.


Definition of a Chunkster:

  • A chunkster is 450 pages or more of ADULT literature (fiction or nonfiction) ... A chunkster should be a challenge.
  • If you read large type books your book will need to be 525 pages or more ... The average large type book is 10-15% longer or more so I think that was a fair estimate.


Visit Wendy's sign up post for the rest of the pertinent information!

I'm signing up at the The Chubby Chunkster level. Which challenges me to read 3 chunksters.
  1. Under the Dome by Stephen King
  2. Outlander by Diana Gabaldon

Book ideas:
Outlander by Diana Gabaldon {library has}
The 19th Wife by David Ebershoff {library has}
Bitten (Women of the Otherworld, #1) by Kelley Armstrong {library has}
The Green Mile by Stephen King {I own this} This would also qualify for the Read the Book, See the Movie Challenge if I watch the movie after reading.

1 comment:

  1. I joined this one too (first time on this challenge for me); have fun!

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