Monday, July 22

NA Readathon





Hey Guys,
So two of my favourite bloggers are hosting the New Adult ReadaThon this week and since I have so many NA still unread I decided I am going to join.

Now because I currently have two Paige Toon books still to read I won't be starting this until about Wednesday night/Thursday morning so I am going to go with a pretty small goal and hope to read 3 or 4 books.

Here are the 4 I have selected to read



Wish me luck



5 comments:

  1. Faye @ A Daydreamer's Thoughts22 July 2013 at 22:23

    Yay for joining us Kay! I would highly recommend Easy!

    The Edge of Never is high on my list for this week too so maybe I could recommend that to you by the end of the week too! hehe.
    Good luck on your goals when you finally have the time to join in :)

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  2. laura @ Bookish Treasures22 July 2013 at 23:19

    Thank you for joining in! The Edge of Never is amazing as are Easy and Walking Disaster. I haven't read Brooklyn Girls but it sounds really good :)

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  3. Enjoy. I've read 2 of the 4: The Edge of Never and Walking Disaster. I'm not much of a contemp reader. I preferred The Edge of Never to walking Disaster. While I appreciated it from Travis's POV, it was just too much repetition for me. HAve fun! Oh and I hear Easy is excellent! Really need to get on that one!

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  4. Sarah @ TotalTeenFiction23 July 2013 at 15:35

    I adored The Edge of Never so I hope you like it too! I've heard amazing things about Brooklyn Girls and Easy. I still haven't read Beautiful Disaster. Hope you enjoy your books and good luck with the readathon! :D

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  5. Caroline Bbooklbook24 July 2013 at 11:40

    What a great selection of books.

    I loved Easy. I have re-read it twice since my initial read in November (very unusual for me).

    The Edge Of Never left me speechless and a big old ball of emotion. I recommend LOTS of tissues at the ready!

    I have mixed feelings abut Walking Disaster. It is absolutely a companion novel to Beautiful Disaster, in the sense that I doesn't stand up as a book in it's own right. If you loved BD you will probably enjoy the nostalgia.

    I have never heard of Life Begins. I will go and check out the synopsis.

    Happy reading

    http://www.bigbooklittlebook.com/tag/new-adult-readathon-2013/

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