Sunday, July 13, 2014

#BCIDReadathon TBR!


Hello again my dear friends. The Readathon is right upon us, so I thought I'd share with you the books I plan on reading in those 3 days. I'm planning to complete challenges 1 and 3, but honestly I don't know if I'll be able to or not. I'll be starting my last year of High School this upcoming Tuesday, so my schedule is still uncertain. But nevertheless, I'll attempt to complete them all.





Melbourne: Rewind by Winna Efendi


To complete challenge number 1, this is my pick! I've only started a few pages of this, but I really want to finish it. It's a light contemporary novel (from what I heard), and so many of you folks have raved about it, so I'm excited.



I started this book about this time last year, and I've been stuck midway ever since, so I really just want to finish this off. Many booktubers and book bloggers love this series, but so far, I don't see the appeal. Hopefully finishing it might change my opinion!

Hollow City by Ransom Riggs


I started on this the minute it was released early 2014, but have only conquered through 3 chapters so far. Ransom Riggs' writing is more dense than other YA books, which means reading it requires more time and though. But I'm up for a challenge and really want to know what happens after Miss Peregrine's!

The Fifth Wave by Rick Yancey


I'm about a third through this book and have been really enjoying it. I've had this on my shelf for a while now so I just wanted to complete it and (hopefully) review it on this blog.

E-book: The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath



I'm halfway through this e-book, but have always put it down - just because. Sylvia Plath's autobiographical book is very grim and desolate, which portrayed her past emotions and life really well. But I'm determined to finish a classic, and I thought I'd do that by completing challenge #3 as well.

That concludes my readathon TBR pile. What books are you planning to read during our readathon?

Happy reading, folks.

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