Netgalley Reading Challenge 2016


Last year, I participated in the Netgalley challenge and successfully reached my goals. This year, I’m signing up for it again. My netgalley ratio is currently 90% and I’m very proud of that, so this year it won’t be about upping the ratio, but about keeping it above 90% (and as close to 100% as it gets).

I’m going for the “hardcore” level, which means reading 41+ books from Netgalley. I’ll track my progress each month, and add the books that count for this challenge to this page. I will also keep track of my progress in the sidebars.

If you want to participate in this challenge, you can sign up here.

Here’s a list of the books I’ve read for this challenge so far. Links point back to the review.

  1. The Incurables by Jon Bassoff
  2. The Killing Jar by Jennifer Bosworth
  3. The Secrets of Lizzie Borden by Brandy Purdy
  4. Beside Myself by Ann Morgan
  5. The Woman in Blue (Ruth Galloway #8) by Elly Griffiths
  6. After The Woods by Kim Savage
  7. The Silent Twin by Caroline Mitchell
  8. Tales of the Possessed by C. Torrington
  9. True Crime Addict by James Renner
  10. Something Wicked by Debi Chestnut
  11. The Boston Strangler by Gerold Frank
  12. The Night Parade by Ronald Malfi
  13. Passing The Torch by L.L. Sanders
  14. Little Killers A to Z by Howard Odentz
  15. Pay The Ghost by Tim Lebbon
  16. Dark Spirits by Stephen Lancaster
  17. Vile by Benjamin S. Jeffries
  18. The Cabin by Natasha Preston
  19. Haunted Bridges by Rich Newman
  20. Nessie by Nick Redfern
  21. The Devil’s Work by Mark Edwards
  22. Pretty Wicked by Kelly Charron
  23. One Was Lost by Natalie D. Richards
  24. On The Run by Izai Amorim
  25. On Top of the World by David Lamb
  26. The Mystery of Spring-Heeled Jack by John Matthews
  27. Occult Paris by Tobias Churton
  28. Girl Number One by Jane Holland
  29. The Scholl Case by Anja Reich-Osang
  30. In The Line of Duty by Carolyn Arnold
  31. The Killing Game by The Black Rose
  32. The Missing by Monty Marsden
  33. The Operator by Kim Harrison

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