The Afterlife of my quest to examine my strength—or, The Afterlife Reading Challenge

Today marks the century of not blogging. The endless ‘to blog or not to blog’ dilemma must come to an end. Moreover, the fact of having a stalker (some men are mad, never takes no for an answer, never to understand: what is merely a pure friendship), which turned my life into the five stages of grief—to the understanding that I am too strong for this childish game.

2020 marks the beginning of a new decade, so I shall tickle the areas of fantasy and Gothic literature this year—like every day for my past 32 years on earth, which drew me to The Afterlife of Holly Chase by Cynthia Hand realizing that I wish to read more concerning the afterlife—in the aspect of amusing fictional manner, not hellish fires.

Because of Cynthia Hand‘s The Afterlife of Holly Chase, I will start a challenge of reading books that include: ‘The Afterlife of’; with a character that is living in-between life and death, fulfilling an achievement following their afterlife; or the setting in the afterlife.

Books on my list (so far):

The Afterlife of Holly Chase by Cynthia Hand

The Afterlife of Walter Augustus by Hannah M. Lynn

The Accidental Afterlife of Thomas Marsden by Emma Trevayne

It’s a Wonderful Death by Sarah J. Schmitt

The Afterlife Academy by Frank L. Cole 

The Death of Yorik Mortwell  by Stephen Messer

The Divine Comedy (La Divina Commedia #1-3) by Dante Alighieri

City of Ghosts (Cassidy Blake, #1) by Victoria Schwab

Anna Dressed in Blood (Anna, #1) by Kendare Bla

Girl of Nightmares (Anna, #2) by Kendare Blake

Heck: Where the Bad Kids Go (Hardcover) by Dale E. Basye

Ghostgirl Series by Tonya Hurlye

The 7½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastleby Stuart Turton

 

I have not finished a challenge in aeons, hopefully, this one becomes the turn of long dreadful years of failure, If you wish to join my 2020 challenge, please leave a comment; I would love others to join my quest. Happy roaring 20s, happy new year, and have a delightful 2020. 

 

 

 

 

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