Saturday, October 21, 2017

Readathon Memories Challenge

Greetings Readathoners!  Welcome to Just One More Thing... for the 8th mini-challenge I've hosted here.  In honor of the 10th anniversary of Dewey's 24-Hour Readathon, your challenge this hour is to do the impossible.  Relax, it shouldn't take more than a few minutes.

All you have to do to enter this mini-challenge is tell me your favorite book.  (I can hear you all groaning.)  I know that is an impossible request so, to make it easier, I've narrowed the field.  Tell me the favorite book you read during each Dewey's Readathon in which you have participated. Please identify by month/season and year.  (Example:  Spring 2011, The Illustrated Tiddlywink Handbook)  For those of you joining us for the first time, just tell me a book you've already completed, or the one you're most looking forward to in the coming hours.  

Answers can be submitted as a simple list, a list with pictures, a video of you giving a synopsis of each book, a poem, interpretive dance --- whatever strikes you.  I ask only that you leave your entry, or a link to your entry, in the comments below, OR Tweet your entry with the hashtag #readathonmemories.

The winner will be drawn at random at the end of the readathon (or as soon after as I wake up) so be sure to leave me a way to find you.  The winner will receive a $15 Barnes and Noble Gift Card or $15 credit at Book Depository.  This challenge is open internationally.

Have fun - and thanks for the memories!


  1. Autumn 2016 The War of the Worlds
    Spring 2017 Christine
    Autumn Star Wars: A New Hope

  2. Autumn 2016 The War of the Worlds
    Spring 2017 Christine
    Autumn Star Wars: A New Hope

  3. This was tough! There were years when I somehow managed 8 books, and others when I only read a few.

    Spring 2016: We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson
    Spring 2015: Half Wild by Sally Green
    Spring 2013: O Pioneers! by Willa Cather
    Fall 2011: The Diaries of Adam & Eve by Mark Twain

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  4. Zeroes by Scott Westerfeld :)

  5. I'm new to this particular readathon, but here's a favorite from a readathon I did this summer: Queens of Geek by Jen Wilde


    Spring 2016--Summer of Supernovas!

  7. The last readathon was my first one, and unfortunately I red a bunch of books I didn’t like at all. There was one I loved though: A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas. Maybe it’s time to get started on the 2nd book in the series this weekend?

  8. I tweeted it, but just in case I'm going to post it here, too:

  9. I've got to say, remembering specifically what I read for the last readathon is harder than picking a favourite book so I'm going to go with my favourite book overall - Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold!

  10. This is a tough, but overall I think that my favorite Dewey readathon title was either "A Monster Calls" by Patrick Ness or "Buddha in the Attic" by Julie Otsuka. I have read so many great titles during both the Dewey and 24n48 readathon, but those two hit me in the gut. I remember tearing up for both. I read the "Buddha" title in my first readathon and the "Monster Calls" in the last October Dewey readathon. I am hoping to have some more tearjerkers in this years stack.

  11. Good thing I tag my readathon posts on Goodreads!

    Small Great Things -- October 2016
    Furiously Happy -- April 2016
    Missoula -- April 2015
    Girls in White Dresses -- April 2014

  12. Spring 2017 - Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman
    Fall 2017 - looking forward to American War by Omar el Akkad

  13. This is my first full readathon that I’m doing. I’m really looking forward to reading Turtles All The Way Down by John Green!

  14. My favorite book is Pride and Prejudice, this is my first time the book I'm most looking forward to is a rerad of Harry Potter and the deathly hallows.

  15. This *should* take just a few minutes, but I can't remember when I participated in my first Dewey's 24-Hour Readathon! I'll have to try to find out when that was, but after the 24 hours are up. ;-)

  16. My biggest problem is remembering which books I read during which Read-A-Thon!

    April 2014 - Realmsic Conquest by Demethius Jackson
    October 2014 - Food: A Love Story by Jim Gaffigan
    April 2015 - Headstrong by Rachel Swaby
    October 2015 - William Shakespeare's Star Wars by Ian Doescher
    April 2016 - Hellboy: The All Seeing Eye by Mark Morris
    October 2016 - A Star-Reckoner's Lot by Darrell Drake
    April 2017 - The Deaths of Tao by Wes Chu

    1. And you can find me at @Silelda. Sorry about that!

  17. April 2016 readathon-my favorite read was The Selection by Keira Cass
    October 2016- my favorite was Vassa of the Night by Sarah Porter
    April 2017- My favorite read was Caraval by Stephanie Garber.
    This readathon I am most excited to read Labyrinth Lost by Zoraida Cordova
    Twitter @ravennessreads Instagram @ravenness, in case you you need it

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  19. Spring 17 strange the dreamer
    Fall 16 illuminae files 2
    Spring 16 flamecaster
    Fall 15 princess diaries binge

    There are so many more but I can't remember that far back.

  20. This is my first Dewey, but earlier in the year I particularly in a 24 in 48 readthin where I read a delightful book, Pobby and Dingham.

  21. April 2016: Thing Explainer: Complicated Stuff in Simple Words (He only uses the most common 1000 words to explain random things)
    October 2016: Quidditch Through the Ages (Might be made up history, but it was so interesting!)
    April 2017: A Monster Calls (Didn't expect to get that sucked in)
    October 2017 (So Far): Everyone's a aliebn when ur a aliebn, by Jomny Sun (Yes, those spellings are correct, this was such a cute book)

  22. This is my first readathon! So, I'll just talk about one of my favorite book series: Mistborn, by Brandon Sanderson. Sanderson is AMAZING at world-building and creates such memorable characters and an incredibly intricate magic system. In Misborn, a ragtag group of heroes works together to overthrow the tyrannical overlord demigod of the past 100 years. The 2nd book of the trilogy had me SCREAMING, and the third one had me sobbing.

  23. Autumn 2015 - a series of unfortunate events
    Autumn 2016 - c'è una casa nel bosco ("there's a house in the woods")
    Autumn 2017 - Among the Thieves

    Such a nice challenge! I had to reach back to the photos taken in the others readathon and it was nice ♡

  24. My most memorable #readathon pick was When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi, in Spring 2017. My heart is still not over it! #readathonmemories

  25. The thing is: I don't remember my first two readathons. When I had to move my blog to a new domain, I lost half of my posts, so I can't find what I read back then.
    I can only say, last readathon (spring 2017) my fav was: Planet of Judgment (a Star Trek novel, and yes, Judgment ... I always thought it would have to be jugdement, but ... well, I'm not a native speaker).

    BUT I try to find my other two favs via Goodreads-stats. I can't promise I read this ones during readathon and not a few hours before or afterwards, but at least they have been read on the readathon days.

    October 2016: Der goldene Machtkristall (The golden crystal of power) by Bernd Perplies and Christian Humberg
    April 2016: The Fault in our Stars by John Green

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  27. Oh man! This is the first one I’ve been able to do fully but my fave book and most recommend is probably Ready Player One. So. Good.

  28. The Siren by Tiffany Reisz (Spring 2016)

  29. Spring 2014, The Bad Beginning (A Series of Unfortunate Events) by Lemony Snicket, I read this series after that only during Readatons and felt completely lost on the next readathon after finishing it. Made some amazing memories with it :)

  30. Ghost by Raina Telgemeier was a surprise favorite from my only other Dewey's readathon, Spring 2017.

  31. Spring 2017 was my first Read-a-thon and I didn't get to really participate because of an unexpected visit from the plumber. But, I was attempting to read Kingfish: The Reign of Huey P. Long by Richard D. White.

  32. In 2008, my favorite was Shannon Hale's Book of a Thousand Days.

    In 2010, I read The Invention of Hugo Cabret, which turned me into a huge fan of Brian Selznick's work. (I also read Savvy that year, which was quite good, too.)

    In 2015, I read Julie Murphy's Dumplin', which I'm excited to hear is going to be a movie, complete with original Dolly Parton music. (The runner-up for that year is the graphic novel Bandette, which is fun if you enjoy the heist genre.)

  33. Autumn 2015: Dimentica il mio nome by Zerocalcare
    Autumn 2016: Per l'amor di un dio, by Philips
    Autumn 2017: Senza veli, by C. Palahniuk

  34. Spring 2017- some kind of happiness by Claire Legrand
    Fall 2016- bone gap
    Spring 2016- Stella by starlight
    Fall 2015- the sky is everywhere



    The Wasp Factory by Iain Banks - April 2017

  36. I have read so many wonderful books during the readathons, but if I had to make the almost impossible choice, I would say below are my favorites:

    October 2015 – That Risen Snow: A Scary Tale of Snow White and Zombies by Rob E. Boley
    April 2016 – Cattle Cult Kill Kill by MP Johnson
    October 2016 – The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware
    April 2017 – A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas

    You can find me @horrorbrarian on twitter and instagram.

  37. April 2017: Where are the Lions - Claus Tondering
    October 2016: Britt-Marie Was Here - Fredrik Backman
    April 2016: Attachments - Rainbow Rowell
    October 2015: Cancer Vixen - Marisa Acocella Marchetto
    April 2015: A Dip in the Ocean - Sarah Outen
    October 2014: Reden - Estrid Ott
    October 2013: Guilt By Association - Gilbert Morris
    October 2012: Catching Fire - Suzanne Collins
    October 2011: Dragonsinger - Anne McCaffrey
    October 2010: Page - Tamora Pierce
    October 2009: Who Do I Talk To - Neta Jackson

  38. I'm really excited to read Tara French's Into the Woods... she comes up all the time on Modern Mrs. Darcy, so I wanna see if it lives up to the hype. :)

  39. I'm looking forward to re-reading The Last Unicorn by Peter S. Beagle today because it's my favorite book ever.

  40. October 2014-Golden Son by Pierce Brown.
    April 2016 Saga Vol 1

    These were my most memorable Dewey's readathon books I've read so far.

  41. Thank you for hosting this giveaway!
    Spring 2017: The Enchanted April, by Eizabeth von Arnim
    Autumn 2017 ( so far...): Lolly Willowes, by Sylvia Townsend Warner

    Happy Readathon Reading! :)

  42. Spring 2016 - How Shakespeare Changed Everything by Stephen Marche
    Autumn 2016 - We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson
    Spring 2017 - A Time to Dance, a Time to Die: The Extraordinary Story of the Dancing Plague of 1518, by John Waller
    Autumn 2017 - Looking forward to Wyrd Sisters by Terry Pratchett

  43. Spring 2016: I re-read Harry Potter #4, #5 and #6. I think my favorite one is Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire!
    Spring 2017: Definitely Frostbite by Richelle Mead! I stayed awake the entire night to finish it!
    Autumn 2017: Battle Royale by Koushun Takami is totally blowing me away! I don't know if the next books I've prepared will be even better, but by now I can't think of anything but keep reading this book!

    (Twitter/Instagram @emilissa15)

  44. Spring 2017: Leviathan Wakes by James S.A. Corey
    Autumn 2017 (May change as I read!): The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien, though in truth I'm re-reading it.

    Happy reading, friends!

  45. October 2015: Street Cat Bob by James Bowen
    April 2015: Anne of Green Gables by by L.M. Montgomery
    April 2012: A Concice Chinese-English Dictionary for Lovers by Xiaolu Guo

  46. This is my first readathon. I'm looking forward to reading The Child by Fiona Barton

  47. October 2016: Beautiful Darkness by Kami Garcia
    April 2017: Ms. Marvel, Vol. 1: No Normal by Willow G Wilson
    October 2017: The Silent Corner by Dean Koontz (so far)

  48. October 2016 - Anna and the french kiss
    April 2017 - One small act of kindness

  49. This is my first readathon, and I definitely picked the book I was most excited about to read first: It Devours!

    It is definitely living up to my expectations. So good.

    (Twitter @Linz_VI)

  50. Maggie Wickham @infinitebookcase (IG)October 21, 2017 at 10:35 AM

    This is only my second readathon! My favorite book last time was, “And Then There Were None” by Agatha Christie. It was the perfect post-Midnight spooky read! I just got There’s Someone Inside Your House, and I can’t wait to dig in to it tonight!

  51. April 2017 - Exit West by Mohsin Hamid
    October 2016 - Let's Pretend This Never Happened by Jenny Lawson
    April 2016 - Birds of a Feather by Jaqueline Winspear
    October 2015 - Dumplin' by Julie Murphy
    April 2015 - Saga by Brian K Vaughan and Fiona Staples
    October 2015 - Perseplois by Marjane Satrapi
    April 2014 - Something Rotten by Jasper Fforde
    October 2013 - Rose Under Fire by Elizabeth Wein
    April 2013 - Fever by Mary Beth Keane

  52. October 2016 - My favorite book read during the RAT was Green Witch by Alice Hoffman

    So far today I am about 2/3 finished with The Mist by Stephen King and I am enjoying it!

  53. April 2016 (1st RAT) - The Ten Best Days of My Life
    October 2016 - Small Great Things (I didn't have any really great loves that RAT)
    April 2017 (I was unable to participate)
    October 2017 - So far I've only been reading 1 book, The Reading Promise; however, I am looking forward to starting The Night Circus sometime today

  54. Spring 2015: Uglies by Scott Westerfeld
    October 2015: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews
    Spring 2016: Nimona by Noelle Stevenson
    October 2016: 172 Hours on the Moon by Johan Harstead
    aaaaaand I've only finished one book this readathon but it was actually really good and that's And I Darken by Kierstan White!

  55. My first book that I just finished today was Al Franken, Giant of the Senate. It was pretty good. My last readathon I did not get to finish any books so I do not want to count those. I am most looking forward to finishing Into the Water.

  56. This is my 14th (!!!) Read-a-Thon, so this goes back a-ways:

    Oct. 2008 - The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells
    April 2009 - Best American Short Stories 2008
    Oct. 2009 - Shaking a Leg by Angela Carter
    April 2010 - Dead Man's Walk by Larry McMurtry
    Oct. 2010 - Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
    April 2011 - Voyager by Diana Gabaldon
    Oct. 2011 - The Fiery Cross by Diana Gabaldon
    April 2012 - Truly, Madly by Heather Webber
    Oct. 2012 - The Shelters of Stone by Jean Auel
    April 2013 - The Blue Zone by Andrew Gross
    Oct. 2013 - Beekeeping for Beginners by Laurie R. King
    Oct. 2014 - Hold the Dream by Barbara Taylor Bradford
    April 2015 - Guardian of the Promise by Irene Radford
    Oct. 2016 - I think I participated, but didn't blog, so I have no record of what I read or what I liked best.

    This was a fun trip down memory lane!!!

  57. April 2017- Between the world and me by Ta-Nehisi Coates
    Oct 2016- The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman
    April 2016- Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi

  58. This year is my first time participating, and I’m most looking forward to reading Wonder Woman: warbringer:)

  59. First timer here - read 3 books so far today, and Our Little Racket by Angelica Baker has been the standout favorite!!! -Jen (Litsy: bookandcat)

  60. Spring 2017 Gil's All Fright Diner
    Fall 2017 Man in the High Castle

  61. This is my 12th readathon (!!) so I made an Instagram post

  62. Thanks for the challenge:


    2010 Dead at 17 GN

    2011 The Dead by Charlie Higson
    2012 Chicks Dig Comics Anthology
    2013 Catherine Called Birdy
    2014 Lucky at Cards Laurence Block
    2015 Seeker Pamela seargent
    2016 The Poet's dog

  63. October 2016: SALSA NOCTURNA by Daniel José Older
    April 2017: THE BOOK OF ETTA by Meg Elison
    Looking forward to this year: CERTAIN DARK THINGS by Silvia Moreno-Garcia.

  64. This is only my second readathon!

    I think my favorite book for Spring 2017 was Binti by Nnedi Okorafor!

  65. Spring 2017 was The Thirteenth Tale
    Fall 2016 was Red Queen

    Today I'm so excited for the entire list but thus far The Yellow Arrow was my favourite.

  66. I've participated once in the past but I think it may have been around 2 years ago and I didn't get much reading done. I totally forget which book(s) I had! So, the last book I read was the conclusion of The Winner's trilogy by Marie Rutkoski. It was quite lovely.

  67. April 2017 Comet in Moominland by Tove Jansson

  68. April 2015 - Death of an Avid Reader by Frances Brody
    April 2017 - Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein
    Looking forward to finishing my current read and getting on to either Pachinko or The Unquiet Dead

  69. This year: When Breath Becomes Air

  70. Today I'm the most excited for Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng, and I'm already loving it

  71. Fun!!

    Spring 2015: Ghost World by Daniel Clowes
    Fall 2015: Saga Vol. 5 by Brian K. Vaughan
    Spring 2016: Genius Vol. 1 by Marc Barnardin
    Fall 2016: The Red Car by Marcy Dermansky
    Spring 2017: Waking Gods by Sylvain Neuvel

  72. Fall 2015, The Martian; Spring 2016, A Streetcar Named Desire; Fall 2016 Swift Dam; Spring 2017, Just Mercy

  73. October 2015 I'll Give You the Sun

  74. The only one I've done was last October and I read Ghostland: An American History in Haunted Places by Colin Dickey.

  75. Here's the link to my list.

  76. I think The Hunger Games and City of Heavenly Fire have been my favorite books so far.

  77. Well this challenge lets me know that maybe I should keep record cause I have no clue what I read in the past

  78. My fav reads on every Dewey's read-a-thon I've participated in:

    April 2010 - Courting Miss Lancaster by Sarah M. Eden
    October 2010 - Thomas Riley by Nick Valentino
    April 2011 - Vampire School: Casketball Capers by Peter Bentley and Chris Harrison
    October 2011 - Liesl & Po by Lauren Oliver
    April 2012 - Summer Days by Susan Mallery & Ripper by Rachel Vincent
    October 2012 - The Tales of Beedle the Bard by J.K. Rowling (though it was a reread)
    April 2013 - The Wolves in the Walls by Neil Gaiman
    October 2013 - Plants vs Zombies: Lawnmageddon by Paul Tobin & Ron Chan
    April 2014 - Ashes on the Waves by Mary Lindsey
    October 2014 - The Boy in the Cemetery by Sebastian Gregory & Neil Gaiman's The Last Temptation
    April 2015 - Coffee Gives Me Superpowers by Ryoko Iwata
    October 2015 - Dead Boy by Laurel Gale
    April 2016 - The Sleeper & the Spindle by Neil Gaiman
    October 2016 - Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas manga
    April 2017 - Seduce Me, Cowboy by Maisey Yates

    So, I actually went through my wrap-up posts & checked. So, these were my fav reads on each read-a-thon.

    Thanks for hosting, it was fun going through the posts ;)

  79. This is my 3rd readathon but my faves for the last two I participated in were:
    October 2016: Milk & Honey by Rupi Kaur
    April 2016: Wink Poppy Midnight by April Genevieve Tucholke

  80. This is my 2nd readathon:

    April 2017: The Abandoned by Amanda Stevens
    October 2017: Looking forward to Hark! A Vagrant by Kate Beaton

  81. April 2017: Furiously Happy by Jenny Lawson!!

  82. Spring 2017: I'm not sure it was my all-around favorite, but the one that definitely stuck with me the most was Multiple Choice by Alejandro Zambra.

  83. Just finished my 1st book for this one - wonder woman : warbringer - leigh bardugo
    April 2017 - the lure of the moonflower - lauren willig (bittersweet since it was the last in the series)
    October 2016 - for darkness shows the stars - diana peterfreund
    April 2016 - the martian - andy weir
    October 2015 - re jane - patricia park

  84. I spent an entire readathon on Lord of the Rings in spring 2015.

    @rebepperson on insta


  85. So many great books!

    avidreader25 [at]

    April 2011: Howl's Moving Castle
    October 2011: We Have Always Lived in the Castle
    April 2012: The Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox
    October 2012: AD: New Orleans After the Deluge
    April 2013: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
    October 2013: This is Where I Leave You
    April 2014: The Witch of Blackbird Pond
    April 2015: I Remember Nothing
    October 2015: The Stepford Wives
    April 2016: Embroideries
    October 2016: We Should All Be Feminist
    April 2017: Amadeus

  86. My favorite so far was How to Be a Normal Person by TJ Klune. I think I read it for the spring 2016 readathon, and I reread it last round!

  87. Here's my post with my favourites from the past dozen read-a-thons!


  89. April 2017 - The Circle
    October 2016 - The Crown, maybe?
    April 2016 - The Invention of Wings
    October 2015 - Crazy Rich Asians
    April 2015 - What Alice Forgot

  90. October 2016: The Music of Dolphins by Karen Hesse

  91. October 2015 - Breaking Dawn by Stephanie Meyer
    April 2016 - "4 veninder" by Kjetil Johnson
    October 2016 - Losing it by Cora Carmack
    April 2017 - Ten Tiny Breaths by K.A. Tucker

  92. Only my second year participating! Unfortunately I missed this year's Spring readathon.

    October 2016 - Blood of the Tiger by J.A. Mills
    April 2016 - The Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

  93. April 2017: Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Vol. 1
    October 2016: Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe
    April 2016: March Vol. 1 (graphic novel by John Lewis)

  94. I’m so happy I keep logs of my Readathons haha so...
    fall ‘15: Harry Potter book 1 by J K Rowling
    spring ‘16: The Rest of UsJust Love Here by Patrick Ness
    Fall ‘16: Sleeping Giants by Sylvain Neuval
    Spring ‘17: Strange The Dreamer by Laini Taylor

    (also sorry if this is a double. I don’t think my other comment posted.)

  95. Spring 2016: Eligible by Curtis Sittenfeld
    Fall 2016: A Head Full of Ghosts by Paul Tremblay
    Spring 2017: Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz

    @ferskner on Litsy

  96. April 2016 - Coraline: Graphic Novel
    April 2015 - Drums, Girls and Dangerous Pie
    October 2012 - The Christmas Ghost (Sweet Valley Twins - this was a nostalgic re-read :)
    October 2011 - Anya's Ghost

  97. Fun!

    Fall 2009 - Arch Enemy by Frank Beddor
    Spring 2010 - Hush by Kate White
    Fall 2010 - Dracula in Love by Karen Essex
    Spring 2011 - A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin
    Spring 2016 - The Troop by Nick Cutter
    Fall 2016 - Lovecraft's The Dunwich Horror

    My email: truebookaddict AT gmail DOT com

  98. Unfortunately, I can't recall what I have read for the read-a-thons I have participated in. But I do have a favorite book, Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton.

  99. April 2017 The girl from everywhere
    October 2016 Arcana rising
    April 2016 The Raven's Child
    October 2015 Lilliput
    April 2015 Lies of Locke Lamora
    October 2014 El Deafo
    April 2014 Cress

    I only did up through when I started my instagram - too lazy to dig through my blog posts and twitter right now from earlier readathons!

  100. I haven't done Dewey's before but my favorite from another read-a-thon was The Night Circus.

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  102. Spring 2017: The Skull Mantra by Eliot Pattison

  103. Not sure if it's too late to enter!
    April 2017 - And Then There Were None

  104. April 2017- Blood of My Blood- Barry Lyga
    April 2016- Darkest Minds, Alexandra Bracken
    October 2015- Infinite Sea, Rick Yancey
    April 2015- Firefight, Brandon Sanderson
    October 2014- Different Seasons, Stephen King
    October 2013- Steelheart, Brandon Sanderson

  105. April 2017--People of the Book by Geraldine Brooks

  106. here is my link
    and my list

    October 2012- April 2013- October 2013-
    Dead Is a Killer Tune (Dead Is, #7)\ Why My Love Life Sucks The In-Between

    October 2014- April 2015- October 2015
    They All Fall Down 5 to 1 Cry Blue Murder

    April 2016 April 2017
    The May Queen Murders Abby Cooper, Psychic Eye (Psychic Eye Mystery, #1)

  107. Computer is down so
    October 2017 Bring the Heat
    April 2017 Silence Fallen
    It would take too long to look up rest


  109. Good golly! This is a great challenge, but I am not nearly that organized.

    October 2014: Templar by Jordan Menchlar
    October 2015: Forged in Blood by Lindsay Buroker
    October 2017: Primary Inversion by Catherine Asaro (so far)

    Thanks for this mini challenge and good luck reading!

  110. Spring 2016 - The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman
    Autumn 2016 - The Kindly Ones (The Sandman #9) by Neil Gaiman
    Spring 2017 - Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by John Tiffany, Jack Thorne
    Autumn 2017 (so far..) - Mobi Dik (addaptation of the novel) by Christophe Chabouté

    (twitter @tijanacullen)

  111. This is my 15th straight readathon but there were some dry seasons in there, so I've only included the books I really enjoyed.

    Apr 2017: When You Reach Me - Rebecca Stead
    Oct 2016: A Gentleman in Moscow - Amor Towles
    Oct 2014: The Night Circus - Erin Morgenstern
    Apr 2014: A Monster Calls - Patrick Ness
    Oct 2013: A Moveable Feast - Hemingway
    Apr 2013: Murder on Astor Place - Victoria Thompson
    Oct 2012: The Associate - John Grisham
    Oct 2011: Mockingjay - Suzanne Collins
    Apr 2011: One Day - David Nicholls
    Oct 2010: Bridge to Terabithia

    (Twitter/Instagram @phreneticmind)

  112. This was my second readathon, my first was April 2017 and I loved reading Nimona!

  113. October 2015 - Ready Player One
    This book was the most fun for me. It was so immersive and fantastic!

    I have not done the readathon since then because work has always made it very difficult. This year, I'm glad to be able to participate again :)