Marvel Readathon Update
Here's an update on what happened with the Marvel Readathon.
Picture credited to Diamond
Well, I read only three books during September, one of which I didn't finished until October, but read enough of it to be included with the overall results.
The first book I finished was The Memory Thief.
I started it on September 2nd and finished it on the 14th. It was so good. 5 stars. If I had more time on my hands to read it, I would've finished it sooner. One day I will write a review of it here, ranting all about its goodness. (I recommend reading it if you haven't)
The prompts it fulfilled: 9#, 10#, 13#, 15#
The second book I finished was Renegades.
I started it on September 15th and finished it on the 22th. This book was a monster to read (but what I can expect from Marissa Meyer?), but it was so worth it. It was awesome. Another 5 stars. I can't wait to read the next book in the series! (I also recommend this)
The prompts it fulfilled: 1#, 5#, 11#, 12#, 13#, 15#, also possibly 4# since it gives the feels of being in the future of the real world.
And the last and third book I read was The Glittering Court.
I started on September 24th and finished it on October 4th. I read this one instead of the others I picked for the Marvel Readathon because I burrowed it from the library back in August. It has been sitting around for a while now. Since I wanted to get this read and didn't think I could add another to the readathon, I picked this one up. I am surprised how much I read of this one in September.
The ranking is 3.5. It wasn't as good as the others, but I enjoyed reading it.
The prompts it fulfilled: 1#, 13#, and maybe 4#? It is set in a fantasy world, but it also had no magic or mythical creatures or anything else related to those. So it felt like it had a time period, the past, even though it is fake from the real world.
Prompts in total (not including repeats): 9
That is 9 of 15, so I got 60% fulfilled in the Marvel Readathon (if my Maths skills served me well).
Not bad at all. For doing a readathon for the first time as well as being busy with study, I'm impressed with myself. I also picked well, didn't I?
Not sure if I won this, but I don't care.
So that's the update. See you guys soon. *waves*
What did you think of the Readathon? The books I read?