Coyer Summer 2017: Recap

Posted September 9, 2017 by Lola in Challenges, Coyer / 12 Comments

Coyer is a reading challenge hosted by Michelle from Because Reading is Better Than Real Life, Berls from Fantasy is More Fun and Stormi from Books, Movies, Reviews Oh My!. I had a lot of fun as usual participating in this challenge, even though I wasn’t as active in the Facebook group as I would’ve liked. Okay let’s have a look at what I read for this challenge!

How many books did I read

Total Books read: 26
Review copies read: 15
Free Books read: 3
2017 New Releases Read: 16

Number of 5 star reads: 1
Number of 4 star reads: 21
Number of 3 star reads: 4

Book I read during Coyer

The RetreatCrash Land on KuraiStarflightThe ReturnMission to MahjundarMarked by Fate OriginsHow to Talk to GhostsSanctuaryTo The TeethLoving KalvinThe Royal MistakeCracked OpenMurder on the Toy Town ExpressFantasy of FireDances Under the Harvest MoonWitch Chocolate BitesThe ChaseSecond Chance CowboyTouching InfinityThe SnareThe Irish GetawayDanger in the StarsDial Meow for MurderCurveballThe CatchChasing Christmas Eve

Did you join Coyer? How many books did you read this summer?


12 responses to “Coyer Summer 2017: Recap

  1. Love seeing all your COYER books lined up there and that most were really good reading. I did participate, but I wasn’t as involved in the FB group as much either. I was really happy with doing better than my goal and because I got almost as many older books as newer books read which is always a good thing for me.
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    • It’s fun to line up all the books I read. I hope you had fun with the challenge. i hope to be more active in the fb group next time.
      I actually did pretty good with reading older and newer books too as I read 16 new releases and that means 10 older books :).

  2. Nice job on COYER! I gotta go back and see how many I read- I did pretty good (for me) since half the time I forget to add my links ha ha.

    The Retreat and Fantasy of Fire are two that caught my eye.
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  3. That’s a really impressive number of books, Lola – and I think your ratio of new to old books is brilliant. I didn’t take part – but I did track down your 5 star read and thoroughly enjoyed Crash Land on Kurai and look forward to reading the next one:).
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    • Yes I am surprised I did so well with my ratio of old to new books, seems like I am finding a good balance there :).

      Crash land on Kurai was so good! I am so glad you enjoyed it as well and I am also eagerly anticipation the next book :).

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