Mount TBR Reading Challenge 2016

Mount TBR 2016

Challenge Levels:
Pike's Peak: Read 12 books from your TBR pile/s
Mount Blanc: Read 24 books from your TBR pile/s
Mt. Vancouver: Read 36 books from your TBR pile/s
Mt. Ararat: Read 48 books from your TBR piles/s
Mt. Kilimanjaro: Read 60 books from your TBR pile/s
El Toro: Read 75 books from your TBR pile/s
Mt. Everest: Read 100 books from your TBR pile/s
Mount Olympus (Mars): Read 150+ books from your TBR pile/s
And the rules:
*Once you choose your challenge level, you are locked in for at least that many books. If you find that you’re on a mountain-climbing roll and want to tackle a taller mountain, then you are certainly welcome to upgrade.  All books counted for lower mountains carry over towards the new peak.
*Challenge runs from January 1 to December 31, 2016.
*You may sign up anytime from now until November 1st, 2016.
*Books must be owned by you prior to January 1, 2016. No library books.
*Rereads may count only in the following circumstances: If you did not own the book when you read it long ago and far away [based on your age, you can decide what that might mean–definitely not within the last five years…my arbitrary pick for a limit] and you bought the book pre-January 1, 2016 intending to reread it now that it’s your very own.  [To clarify–the intention is to reduce the stack of books that you have bought for yourself or received as presents {birthday, Christmas, „just because,“ etc.}. Audiobooks and E-books may count if they are yours and they are one of your primary sources of backlogged books.]
*You may count any „currently reading“ book that you begin prior to January 1–provided that you had 50% or more of the book left to finish in 2015.  I will trust you all on that.
*You may count „Did Not Finish“ books provided they meet your own standard for such things, you do not plan to ever finish it, and you move it off your mountain [give it away, sell it, etc. OR remove it from your e-resources]. For example, my personal rule (unless it’s a very short book) is to give a book at least 100 pages. If I decide I just can’t finish it and won’t ever, then off the mountain it goes and I count it as a victory–the stack is smaller!
*Books may be used to count for other challenges as well.
*Feel free to submit your list in advance (as incentive to really get those books taken care of) or to tally them as you climb.
*There will be quarterly check-ins and prize drawings!
*A blog and reviews are not necessary to participate. If you have a blog, then please post a challenge sign up and link THAT post (not your home page) into the linky below. Non-bloggers, please leave a comment declaring your challenge level–OR, if you are a member of Goodreads, I will once again put together a group for the challenge there. Feel free to sign up HERE. At the beginning of the year, I will once again have a sidebar link for called Mount TBR Review Headquarters for 2016 reviews and progress updates.

Ziel: Mount Vancouver (36 Bücher)

  1. Michael Ende – Der satanarchäolügenialkohöllische Wunschpunsch
  2. Carsten Sebastian Henn – In Vino Veritas
  3. Matthias Keidtel – Frau Endlich geht
  4. Ian McEwan -Kindeswohl
  5. Jo Nesbo – Der Fledermausmann
  6. Heike Dorsch – Blauwasserleben
  7. Rita Falk – Sauerkrautkoma
  8. Mario Giordano – Tante Poldi und die sizilianischen Löwen
  9. Kristin Harmel – Solange am Himmel Sterne stehen
  10. Ally Blake – Achtung, sexy Boss!
  11. Paul Auster – Mr. Vertigo
  12. David Nicholls – Drei auf Reisen
    ==> Pike’s Peak erreicht
  13. Hannah O’Brien – Irisches Verhängnis
  14. Tess Gerritsen – Leichenraub
  15. Linda Castillo – Wenn die Nacht vestummt
  16. Christiane Franke & Cornelia Kuhnert – Der letzte Heuler
  17. Susanne Mischke – Einen Tod musst du sterben
  18. Bill Bryson – Streiflichter aus Amerika
  19. Rainer Maria Rilke – Briefe an einen jungen Dichter
  20. Christine Brückner – Jauche und Levkoje
  21. Christine Brückner – Nirgendwo ist Poenichen
  22. Christine Brückner – Die Quints
  23. Rita Mae Brown – Vier Mäuse und ein Todesfall
  24. Charlotte Roth – Als der Himmel uns gehörte
    ==> Mount Blanc erreicht
  25. Pierre Martin – Madame le Commissaire und der verschwundene Engländer
  26. Stewart O’Nan – Abschied von Chautauqua
  27. Claudio Paglieri – Kein Espresso für Commissario Luciani
  28. Marina Boos – Die Nacht der Geparden
  29. Bill Bryson – Frühstück mit Kängurus
  30. Justin A. Frank – Bush auf der Couch
  31. Melissa Marr – Gegen das Sommerlicht
  32. Ljudmila Ulitzkaja – Die Lügen der Frauen