Apologies that this post is late but recently my life has been manic! This years read-a-thon certainly wasn’t as successful as last years but nevertheless I managed to complete a few of the challenges and read some books that I’ve been dying to read for ages!
Day 1 of the read-a-thon was a success and I read the whole of The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins and a bit of Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo which I was really proud of and believed that the rest of the week would be as successful but I was wrong. Day 2 I spent the day working but when I got home I carried on with Six of Crows but that is a big ass book! Day 3 Eleanor and I went to London (blog post coming soon…) so little reading was done as we were too busy enjoying the sun, landmarks and just catching up with each other. Day 4 and I finished Six of Crows which was just amazing and I completely agree with Eleanors review which you can find here! Day 5 I started Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch again another fab book which I will be reviewing soon and by Day 7 I had finished it and started Champion by Marie Lu!
Overall, I read 3.5 books which wasn’t as good as last year but I’m still pretty pleased and I also managed to complete some of the challenges! My total page count was 1,319!
Read a book with yellow on the cover– Snow Like Ashes Read a book only after sunset– Girl on the Train Read a book you discovered through Booktube– Champion Read a book by one of your favourite authors– Six of Crows
- Read a book that is older than you
- Read and watch a book-to-movie adaptation
- Read seven books
What did you think of the booktube-a-thon? Please feel free to share your experiences in the comments bellow!