My excuse is essays and exams (that I’m currently procrastinating studying for).
What I read:
- Taken by Benedict Jacka
- approximately 50 pages of The Song of the Red Ruby by Agnar Mykle
- Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys: The Big Lie issue 2 (+ a re-read of issue 1)
- Read a book published before you were born: The Song of the Red Ruby was indeed published prior to my birth.
- Read a comic or graphic novel: The Big Lie is a series of comics.
Wooh. I wrote the post. I also watched all of season 2 of Sense8, in case you wondered why I read less than 300 pages worth of stuff. Well that and did some essay writing. Sense8 took most my time though. I just couldn’t help myself.
Hey everyone, our third Taleathon is over for now and this is how I did this time around.
This are the books I read.
- The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald (physical book)
- American Supernatural Tales edited by S. T. Joshi (physical book)
- Amulet nr 1: The stone Guradian by Kazu Kibuishi (physical book, read in norweigan)
- Amulet nr 2: The Stonekeeper’s Curse by Kazu Kibuishi (ebook, read in english, as all the rest of them were as well.
- Amulet nr 3: The Cloud Searchers by Kazu Kibuishi
- Amulet nr 4: The Last comcil by Kazu Kibuishi
- Amulet nr 5: Prince of Elves by Kazu Kibuishi
- Amulet nr 6: Escape from Lucien by Kazu Kibuishi
The challenges I completed were:
- Read a book published before you were born: Both The Great Gatsby and most of the stories in American Supernatural Tales fulfill this one.
- Read a comic or graphic novel: all the books by Kazu Kibuishi were graphic novels.
- Read a diffrent text type/formate then then you normally read: American Supernatural Tales fulfill this challenge, as it’s short stories, which I don’t normally go for.
I’m pretty satisfied with my results this time around, especially since I had some trouble getting started at first.