R.I.P. V wrap-up!

15 November, 2010

This year’s R.I.P. V Challenge flew by quicker than I expected. Although I did complete the requisite number of books, I still wanted to read more and dive into the whole dark and gothic feel of approaching winter with my whole being. But I think my mind was on too many other books.

My original list of books I was planning to read for R.I.P. V had six books. So what did I end up reading? Check it!

The Killer of Pilgrims by Susanna Gregory
Cemetery Dance by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child
The Weed that Strings the Hangman’s Bag by Alan Bradley
The Girl Who Kicked The Hornets’ Nest by Stieg Larsson
The Woman in Black by Susan Hill
Seeking Whom He May Devour by Fred Vargas
The Meaning of Night by Michael Cox

Looking back on what I’ve read, I’m actually impressed that I read 4/6 books on my original list (I didn’t manage to fit in Steven Erikson’s Deadhouse Gates and Attica Locke’s Black Water Rising) plus 3 extra. Go me! And I enjoyed every single one of them:)

At least we know we can look forward to all the fun again next year because I’m definitely doing it again! Thank you Carl aka Stainless Steel Droppings for hosting this amazing challenge. Now to start compiling my list…

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10 Responses to “R.I.P. V wrap-up!”

  1. Mystica Says:

    I am glad that I have read at least from your list! thats something for someone who can never get her hands on the latest books!

  2. Fëanor Says:

    Nope, haven’t read any of those.
    A tumpty tumpty tumpty chose.
    Woes

    is
    me.

    (A c-c-cold Tuesday is otherwise so dull, don’t you think?)

  3. Eva Says:

    I always want to throw myself completely into a certain ‘type’ of book and then end up distracted too! lol

  4. nymeth Says:

    Well done! Like you, I’m already looking forward to next year.


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