Readathon TBR – April

Hello, bookworms!
As you might already know from our announcement post, Lili@Lili’s Blissful Pages and I are going to host another 24-Hour Readathon starting Friday, April 27th!

I’m not going into housekeeping stuff here because Lili has already done a brilliant job, I’m diving right into my Readathon TBR!

I think I am going to turn this into a YA Readathon in which I’ll read mainly YA contemporaries.
I have several books sitting on my bookshelf like forever and I want to whittle down my physical book TBR by taking full advantage of this.

In addition to that, I’m participating in an English book exchange that’s held in Osaka, Japan on May 3rd where 13 participants bring their own books for a swap. So, I want finish as many physical books so that I can bring them to the exchange. It’s a private thing but I am so looking forward to meeting up with like-minded book lovers ❤

All right, let’s take a look at the books I’m planing to read during this readathon!

Being a slow reader, I don’t think I can read all of them (highly unlikely), but I do have both audiobooks and physical books for Bone Gap and Simon vs. Homo Sapience Agenda,  so hopefully I can fly through those two books pretty quickly (maybe 5 to 6 hours each?) and then finish at least either of the other two books 🙂

What do you think of my TBR? Have you read any of those?
Comment below and let me know!
If you are up to, feel free to jump in and join us! 😀

Thank you so much for reading as always, I’ll see you in my next post 🙂

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          1. Yeah I couldn’t focus on anything else after I finished it the first time so I picked it up again 3 days after I finished it. I’ve also been seriously considering listening to the audiobook of it since I saw it was available on Scribd.

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  1. Ooh, American Panda! I’m excited to hear your thoughts. I read Bone Gap, but I didn’t really like it because magical realism is not for me. I’ve also read Aristotle and Dante, but I haven’t read Simon yet! Did you know it was made into a movie?

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