Last night, I fell asleep before I could write an update but to be honest, there wasn’t much to update on. I didn’t finish any books even though I decided to start with Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire, which is less than 200 pages. Overall, I got to page 61 in Every Heart a Doorway, and listened to 3ish hours of Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins yesterday…
Today however, I did get books read. Thankfully. This morning I squeezed in reading time between writing sessions, and managed to finish the last 120ish pages of Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire. I had high expectations going into this book because I have heard nothing but fantastic things, and luckily, I did enjoy it. It was strange, dark, and mystical, giving me Narnia vibes much like one of my previous reads, The Light Between Worlds by Laura E. Weymouth. I will probably continue on with the series, but I am kind of disappointed that I didn’t adore it as much as everyone else did, but it still gets a solid 4/5 stars from me! Along with challenge one, I also completed challenge two: to read a book about something you want to do. I chose Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins because it takes place in San Francisco which is somewhere I want to travel to, and decided to listen to it via audiobook. Of course, I loved it as I always do. It is really nice to be on track so far, and I even started by next book today, City of Bones by Cassandra Clare which will satisfy challenge three: read and watch a book-to-movie adaptation. Currently, I am 150ish pages into it out of 500ish, so I have high hopes I will be able to get it read tomorrow!
Before I finish this update, I actually got an honourable mention for the day 2 BookTubeAThon Instagram book stack challenge! It was a lot of fun to make this book stacked desk, and you should definitely check it out on my Instagram which is linked below 🙂
Anyways, that is all for my day 1 and 2 reading update, and I hope you enjoyed! Don’t forget to check out my last blog post and my social media, all linked below.
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