Medieval-A-Thon TBR!

Medieval-A-Thon TBR!

July 23, 2019 (29)
I know the O.W.L.S readathon literally just finished but I saw this readathon floating around on Twitter and honestly I couldn’t resist the idea of joining in. Especially with being in the house more I thought this would be the perfect way to try and tackle some of my TBR – in particular I’m trying to read predominantly Netgalley books that have been sitting on my shelf forever – that way I can fufill one of goals for 2020 to improve my Netgalley ratio.

The readathon runs for the month of May and you can find out more about it here. The aim is to read seven books of your choice, but there’s also a total of eighteen prompts. With me having such a good reading month in April I’ve decided to try my hand at all eighteen of them. Let’s dive in!

Copy of book cover - 2020-04-20T140636.353A book that has yellowed over time: Shade’s Children – Garth Nix
A pristine book: The Book of Koli – M. R. Carey
A shiny book: Aurora Burning – Ami Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
A book with your favourite colour on the spine: Ash Princess – Laura Sebastian
Under 300 pages: The Scapegracers – Hannah Abigail Clarke
Green on the dust jacket: Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires – Grady Hendrix
Dragon on the cover: High Fire – Eoin Colfer

Copy of book cover - 2020-04-20T140829.373Something pointy on the cover: Dangerous Remedy – Kat Dunn
Start or finish a duology: The Deck of Omens – Christine Lynn Herman
A romance: The Demon World – Sally Green
A heavy book: The Dragon Republic – R. F. Kuang
A book you have high expectations for: The Girl and the Stars – Mark Lawrence

Copy of book cover - 2020-04-28T161834.015A scary book: The Coffin Path – Katherine Clements
A book high on your bookshelf: The Beautiful – Renee Adieh
Buddy read with a friend: The Human Son – Adrian J. Walker
A book title that begins with C: The Court of Miracles – Kester Grant
A tall hardcover: Girls of Paper and Fire – Natasha Ngan
Orange on the dust jacket – Fireblood – Elly Blake

So those are my picks for the Medieval-A-Thon. I’m not sure I’ll manage to read every single one but here’s hoping I can get through quite a few. If you’re participating I’d love to know what you’re planning to read!

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