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So, as a fairytale lover I have to participate in this read-a-thon. It sounds like so much fun! :) This will be my first read-a-thon and I can't wait.
Sounds great, doesn't it? I will be updating this post with all the books I've read and I will be posting my reviews about them soon!The Read-a-Thon will start at 12:01AM on October 17th and end at 11:59PM on October 22nd. The goal of this Read-a-Thon is to read as many fairy tale themed books as possible. Whether you’ve got some recent releases that you’re dying to read (Cinder, Enchanted, Tiger Lily) or some old classics you want to reread (Goose Girl, Beauty, Ella Enchanted) I’m sure you can find something to read.
Read: Alex Flinn - Bewitching.
Opinion: I really liked it! :)
Mini challenge: Kami's Library Thoughts, completed. Named all the retellings.
Giveaway: Not international, so couldn't enter.
Read: Ruth Frances Long - The treachery of beautiful things.
Cameron Dokey - Before midnight.
Opinion: In the end, I quite liked The treachery of beautiful things. Before Midnight was sweet! Nice, original spin on Cinderella.
Pages: 384 & 193.
Mini Challenge: Geo Librarian. Completed. I had to name a fairytale and 5 retellings. Easy peasy.
Giveaway: Entered, yeah!
Read: Gail Carson Levine - Fairest.
Opinion: Not what I expected, in a good way. So original!
Mini Challenge: Wonderland's reader.
Giveaway: A book lover's ramblings. Entered :D
Read: Debbie Viguié - Violet eyes.
Opinion: Super cute!
Mini Challenge: Pages Unbound.
You are Rapunzel! You long for adventure and romance and look forward to expanding your horizons. Outgoing, cheerful, and willing to try new things, you know how to have fun and how to bring out the best in the people around you.
Giveaway: Jessie's book place. Entered.
Read: 83% of Alethea Kontis - Enchanted.
Read: Alethea Kontis - Enchanted.
Total pages: 1739.
Books I can read:
-Jackson Pearce: Fathomless.
-Anna Ursu: Breadcrumbs.
-Cameron Dokey: Winter's child.
-Cameron Dokey: The world above.
-Cameron Dokey: Storyteller's daughter.
-E.D Baker: Tales of the frog princess (There are eight books.)
-Elizabeth Bunce: A curse dark as gold.
-Francesca Lia Block: The rose & the beast.
-Gregory Maguire: Mirror mirror.
-Heather Thomlinson: The swan maiden.
-Janette Raillison: My fair godmother.
-Janette Raillison: My unfair godmother.
-Jessica Day George: Sun and moon, Ice and snow.
-Jim C Hines: part one, the stepsisters scheme (there are four books.)
-Michael Buckley: part two sisters Grimm (there are more books)
-Pamela Dean: Tam Lin.
-Sarah Beth Durst: Ice.
-Shannon Hale: The goose girl.
-Suzanne Weyn: The night dance.
-Suzanne Weyn: Water song.
-Marissa Mar: Fairytales & nightmares.
-Gena Showalter: Alice in Zombieland.
-And more :p
So, let's see how far I can come! I don't have a certain amount of books planned. I just want to have fun :) Leave a link to your challenge!
I read 6 books. Not as much as I wanted, because my last days were busy. I had to do so many things to do and they came out of nowhere. I had a fun time and I would participate a second time right away :)