#IIReadathon TBR

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Hey everyone!  I just wanted to let you all know that I’m participating in the Impromptu, Informal Readathon hosted by Dana from The Book Hoarder!  The readathon takes place starting today (February 27) and ends on March 5th.  This is a super lowkey readathon, and basically all you have to do is read whatever you want and as much as you can/want.  There aren’t any challenges but there are Twitter sprints, and you can find the full schedule for those on Dana’s Twitter.

While I’m 99% sure I won’t get all these books read this week, I wanted to share with you all the books that I would like to read, and hopefully I’ll be able to finish at least a couple of them!



I’m about halfway through with Ebo by L. Lombard, and it is my goal to have this one finished up in the next day or so.   It’s a YA/NA paranormal romance, and it’s a lot of fun.  It’s giving me definite Twilight vibes which I’ve been enjoying.







Another book I’m currently reading, Black by Ted Dekker, is an action-packed fantasy.  The main character, Thomas Hunter, is living in two different worlds.  Every time he falls asleep he wakes up in the next world.  This book is filled with so much adventure!  I’m about halfway through this one as well, and I am enjoying it so much!






I realize I’m way late for the Eleanor and Park party (almost all of my Goodreads friends have read this one), but I finally got it for Christmas, and I’m excited to see what I think of this one.  Honestly, I don’t know much about this book other than the fact that it takes place during the ’80s and it’s about these characters named…you guessed it, Eleanor and Park.






I’ve heard so many good things about Jennifer Niven’s books, and so when I saw Blogging for Books had Holding up the Universe, I had to request it!  It’s a YA contemporary, and it has a very interesting premise too.  It’s about Libby, who was once known as “America’s Fattest Teen,” and the unlikely friendship that forms with Jack, who has this disability that causes him to be unable to recognize faces.





Last but not least, I hope to get The Auctor Trilogy by T. R. Wolf.  It’s about a girl named Addie and how her life gets turned completely upside down after her father murders her mother, and then she is sent to Initiation to this special school that is filled with magical creatures, danger and mystery.  This one sounds super intriguing, and I’m looking forward to reading it!



Are any of you participating in the #IIReadathon?  Let me know!  Thanks for reading!! 🙂

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