#BoutOfBooks 19.0 – Day 2 Update + Day 3 Challenge

Bout Of Books 19.0 day two is done and dusted, and I managed to finish Enchanters like suspected. I also started Aurabel, but I had to put it on hold because I had a really hard time making sense of the worldbuilding. I picked up Room instead and it worked: I literally flew through the pages and finished it in less than a day! I’m glad I finally picked up my copy, it was SO good.

DAY 2: TUESDAY MAY 9th 2017

# Pages read today: 124 (Enchanters) + 15 (Aurabel) + 321 (Room)
# Total pages read: 808
# Book continued: Enchanters by K.F. Bradshaw
# Books finished: Enchanters by K.F. Bradshaw (3/5 stars) // Room by Emma Donoghue (4,5/5)
# Books started: Aurabel by Laura Dockrill // Room by Emma Donoghue

DAY 3 CHALLENGE: SHELFIE

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12 thoughts on “#BoutOfBooks 19.0 – Day 2 Update + Day 3 Challenge

  1. Wow! Looks like you had a great second day! I’m glad to see you liked Room. I’ve had that one on my TBR for awhile so hopefully I’ll get to it soon.

      • It’s amazing! I’ve read four books since the beginning of May but I think it helps that they’ve been rather smallish… Now I’m reading Nevernight and I can feel the pace slowing ;P

      • Haha I can understand that… I’ve heard Nevernight reads quite slow because of the prose? I still have to pick it up, but I’m definitely hoping to find time some time this year.

      • I actually flew through it! The plot was brilliantly paced in my opinion but I’ve also been bred on high fantasy so I love worldbuilding prose at the start that others might find less than appeasing 😉
        It’s rather dark though and graphic, but all enjoyable!
        Hope you get a chance to read it!

      • That’s excellent news! I’ll definitely be trying to read it within the next few months or so.

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