But I’m getting close. Twenty more. Think I should go for it?
visited 30 states (60%)
Create your own visited map of The United States or Free ipad travel guide
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Wish they had a world map!
They do have a world map, but I’m not sure how to get to it. I recall seeing it, though.
You’ve got time! Keep going!
if I don’t get them all, I’m okay with it!
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First book: Leviathan, by Scott Westerfeld
Second book: Behemoth, by Scott Westerfeld
Third book: The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters, by Gordon Dahlquist
Bonus books (read before the challenge began): Soulless, Changeless and Blameless, by Gail Carriger
First book: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society (Random House Reader's Circle), by Mary Ann Shaffer
Second book: Sick of Shadows: An Edwardian Murder Mystery (Edwardian Murder Mysteries), by Marion Chesney
Third book: Snobbery with Violence: An Edwardian Murder Mystery (Edwardian Murder Mysteries), by Marion Chesney
Fourth book: Grave Goods (Mistress of the Art of Death), by Ariana Franklin
Fifth book: Country Dance by Margiad Evans
Sixth book: The Dragon's Bride by Jo Beverley
Seventh book: Hazard by Jo Beverley
Eighth book: A Most Unsuitable Man (Signet Historical Romance) by Jo Beverley
Bonus books (the year isn't up, yet!):
The Game of Kings (Lymond Chronicles, 1), by Dorothy Dunnett
The Affinity Bridge (Newbury & Hobbes Investigations), by George Mann
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