Seems like a fun challenge.
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I think it should be more than doable though, as I've already got fifty books reviewed at my blog since the beginning of January.
Doesn't seem to be a touchtsone for just The Hatchet.
I've also got 67 and 68 read, I just haven't posted the reviews to my blog yet.
A very good story, to say the least.
Both were good reads. There won't be a review of Chalice up for a while though, my review is promised to the Royal Reviews blog next month.
The review for Hunting Ground is being written up right now.
There doesn't seem to be any touchstone for this book yet.
I loved it. A book that's well worth the wait.
Anyway the next book to add (finished last night) is Against The Tide Of Years by S. M. Stirling.
Book 87: Gone-Away Lake by Elizabeth Enright.
It's a kids book, but I loved it anyway.
The numbers here and on my blog are getting farther and farther apart. Going to have to do a recount there soon to figure out what I've missed (number here is higher).
#94 was Jennifer Roberson's Lady Of The Forest.
#95 was the sequel to that, Lady of Sherwood
#96 was King And Goddess by Judith Tarr
#97 was The Eagle's Daughter by Judith Tarr (not yet reviewed on my blog)
#98 was Andre Norton's Shadow Hawk (also yet to be reviewed)
#99 was Mercedes Lackey's latest novel Gwenhwyfar: The White Spirit
Read since my last post:
Changing The World ed. Mercedes Lackey
Griffin And Sabine by Nick Bantock
Sabine's Notebook by Nick Bantock
Samson's Walls by Jud Nirenberg
Torch of Freedom by David Weber and Eric Flint
Divine Misdemeanors bu Laurell K. Hamilton
The Golden Mean by Annabel Lyon
By my count here it's 106 books. By my count on my blog 102. I slipped up somewhere, but either way I don't care. I made it over a hundred each time.