#NetgalleyReadathon Wrap-up

Thank you to everyone who participated in Hâf @ The Library Looter and my Netgalley readathon! We had so much fun, and it was such a productive week. We’re hoping to host this readathon again in future, so let us know if you’d be interested in participating in more of these readathons!

I ended up reading 10 of my eARCs, and even though the readathon ended last Sunday, I still wanted to share my wrap-up.

Read a hyped book – COMPLETED

I had planned to read Dangerous Remedy by Kat Dunn for this challenge, and I did end up starting it, but I didn’t finish it in time for the readathon to end. I actually finished it last Wednesday instead.

But I did read Burn Our Bodies Down by Rory Power, and I think that’s a pretty hyped title as well, so I’ll still consider this a win! This book was honestly amazing!!

Burn Our Bodies Down

Read your oldest title – NOT COMPLETED

I was going to read Shine of the Ever by Claire Rudy Foster for this challenge, but going in, I quickly realized I didn’t mesh with their writing at all. I ended up DNF-ing the book, so I did get it off my TBR, but I didn’t complete it, so I’ll consider the challenge as not completed either.

Read your newest title – COMPLETED

My newest title at the time I made my TBR was Take a Hint, Dani Brown by Talia Hibbert, which ended up being my first read of the week! I loved it so much!!

Take a Hint, Dani Brown (The Brown Sisters, #2)

Read your longest title – NOT COMPLETED

My longest Netgalley title was and still is Queen of Coin and Whispers, which I unfortunately didn’t manage to get to during the readathon. I’m still hoping to read it soon.

Read your shortest title – COMPLETED

My shortest title was the Short Stuff anthology from Interlude Press. It’s an anthology with 4 somewhat longer titles, and I’d really recommend it.

Read an upcoming release – COMPLETED

The upcoming release I put on my TBR was Incendiary by Zoraida Córdova. This was my first book by her and I definitely want to read more!

Incendiary (Hollow Crown, #1)

Read a book with a pretty cover – COMPLETED

For this challenge, I read Surrender Your Sons by Adam Sass, which I had really high hopes for but didn’t live up to them for me.

Surrender Your Sons

Extra reads

So that was just the first 5 books I finished during the readathon. I also ended up reading the following other books:

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If you participated, which book(s) did you end up reading?

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  1. You had such a productive week! I can’t imagine reading 10 books in a week, even if you didn’t finish all of them is still such a great accomplishment. Sadly I couldn’t participate but I hopefully will next time! 💖

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  2. Aww sorry that Surrender Your Sons didn’t work for you. I’ve been curious about this particular title ever since I heard of it on twitter.

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