Saturday, December 16, 2017

2018 Reading Challenge: Author Love Challenge

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January - December 2018
My goal to read Anthony Trollope chronologically. I started this project in 2017.

I have 38 books STILL to read. I know that's way more than I can read in one year. But I'm hoping to read at least ten to fifteen in 2018.

Anthony Trollope In Chronological Order

  1. Framley Parsonage. Anthony Trollope. 1861.
  2. The Struggles of Brown, Jones & Robinson. Anthony Trollope 1862  
  3. Orley Farm. Anthony Trollope. 1862 
  4. Rachel Ray. Anthony Trollope. 1863
  5. The Small House at Allington. Anthony Trollope. 1864.
  6. Can You Forgive Her? Anthony Trollope. 1865.
  7. Miss MacKenzie. Anthony Trollope. 1865
  8. The Belton Estate. Anthony Trollope. 1866.
  9. The Last Chronicle of Barset. 1867.  
  10. The Claverings. Anthony Trollope. 1867
  11. Nina Balatka. Anthony Trollope. 1867. 
  12. Linda Tressel. Anthony Trollope. 1868. 
  13. Phineas Finn. Anthony Trollope. 1869.  
  14. He Knew He Was Right. Anthony Trollope. 1869. 
  15. The Vicar of Bullhampton. Anthony Trollope. 1870. 
  16. Sir Harry Hotspur of Humblethwaite. Anthony Trollope. 1871.
  17. Ralph the Heir. Anthony Trollope. 1871. 
  18. The Golden Lion of Granpere. Anthony Trollope. 1872.
  19. The Eustace Diamonds. Anthony Trollope 1873.
  20.  Harry Heathcote of Gangoil. Anthony Trollope. 1874.
  21.  Lady Anna. Anthony Trollope. 1874.
  22. Phineas Redux. Anthony Trollope. 1874.
  23. The Way We Live Now. Anthony Trollope 1875.  
  24. The Prime Minister. Anthony Trollope. 1876. 
  25. The American Senator. Anthony Trollope. 1877.
  26. Is He Popenjoy? Anthony Trollope. 1878
  27. John Caldigate. Anthony Trollope. 1879.
  28. An Eye for An Eye. Anthony Trollope. 1879.
  29. Cousin Henry. Anthony Trollope. 1879. 
  30. The Duke's Children. Anthony Trollope. 1880.
  31. Ayala's Angel. Anthony Trollope. 1881.
  32. Doctor Wortle's School. Anthony Trollope. 1881. 
  33. The Fixed Period. Anthony Trollope. 1882.
  34. Kept in the Dark. Anthony Trollope. 1882.
  35. Marion Fay. Anthony Trollope. 1882.
  36. Mr. Scarborough's Family. Anthony Trollope. 1883.
  37. The Landleaguers. Anthony Trollope. 1883.
  38.  An Old Man's Love. Anthony Trollope. 1884.
 What I read:

1. Framley Parsonage. Anthony Trollope. 1861. 573 pages. [Source: Bought]
2. Orley Farm. Anthony Trollope. 1862. 825 pages. [Source: Bought]
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