The Fantasy AdventureAThon |Wrap-up

Hello again! Here is the second readathon wrap-up for the day and I’m a little bit sad with the outcome of this readathon. I was so excited for AdventureAThon and due to thousands other things that I had to do this week I didn’t manage to read the books on my list. BUT I did manage to read a bit so this post makes still sense.

This readathon was hosted by Novel Thoughts and ran the whole week. I probably shouldn’t have put a lot of different books on my TBR (which can be found here) but I did and kind of regret it now. However, I may have been able to complete my path. So let’s stay tuned for that. As a reminder, I’m part of the dragons.

And now without further ado let’s start with this wrap-up. In this post, I will only list the prompts for my chosen path. If you want to see the whole list of books that I’ve chosen you can read this in my TBR post (linked above). And here is also my code for the books:

Read

Didn’t read

DNF

Currently reading

Fellowship – read the group book

Vier Farben der Magie (A darker shade of magic) by V.E. Schwab

Cliff – read a book with a nature word in the title

The darkest part of the forest by Holly Black

The problem with this book was that I didn’t find it anywhere neither in the library nor on Scribd. Which means that I replaced it with Other Words for Smoke by Sarah Maria Griffin. And I managed to finish that prompt.

Toad – read a book with green on the cover

The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi

Same problem for this book. I replaced it with Splintered by A.G. Howard but unfortunately, I didn’t manage to finish reading this book and I won’t finish it today anymore due to an exam tomorrow. I’m at 40%.

Fate – read a book set in the past

Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare

I just didn’t find the time to pick it up this week and let’s be honest it’s probably a bit too enormous if you’re having a lot of uni work to do. So I replaced it with Vier Farben der Magie (A Darker Shade of Magic) by V.E. Schwab which I finished today.

Bewilder – read a book with a plot twist

Can A darker shade of magic be counted in this category? As it was a re-read for me I already knew what was happening in it. I’ve read somewhere that someone found that there were a lot of plot twists in this book. if it can be counted in this category, then Vier Farben der Magie (A Darker Shade of Magic) by V.E. Schwab will be the one book that I completed for this category. If this is not permitted I won’t add any book for this prompt as I haven’t read any other books with plot twists this week.

Journey – read a book with more than 500 pages

American Gods by Neil Gaiman

I had to DNF American Gods. This book was one I was most excited to read but it did nothing to me. I was annoyed by it and started to skip some parts of it. So, unfortunately, I didn’t find any other book to replace this one. The group book has only 496 pages in German so it doesn’t fulfil the requirements for this prompt. So I failed this one as well.

Powder – read a book by the fireside

The darkest part of the forest by Holly Black

As mentioned above I didn’t find a copy of this book so I’m also going to replace it with Other Words for Smoke by Sarah Maria Griffin because I’ve read it yesterday by a fireside.

And that was everything for this readathon. I failed it and I’m kind of sad about it but I still managed to read some books so that’s perfectly fine. I’m sure that I will someday not fail at a readathon xD
What about you? Did you read any of these books or did you participate in the readathon? Please let me know in the comments below.

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.