If you’re expecting massive results from my personal little end-of-the-month readathon, I’m sorry to disappoint you. I didn’t get as much read as I wanted to. Chalk it up to a fatigue flare as I went into the second half of the week. More than once, I just didn’t have the energy to read, or else I needed to save what little energy I had for more important tasks that were coming my way.
In the end I finished Junji Ito’s Remina, Kousuke’s Satake’s The Witch and the Beast, vol 1, and Seanan McGuire’s Come Tumbling Down, and made decent progress on finishing Lev Grossman’s The Magician’s Land. I didn’t touch P Djeli Clark’s Ring Shout or Evan Winter’s The Fires of Vengeance, which makes me sad because I was at least hoping to start The Fires of Vengeance on this challenge.
But I did at least get some done, even if all I managed was to finish a couple of manga volumes and a novella. That’s something. Pushing myself a little did yield results, so I can’t say I’m entirely disappointed, even if I am a bit disappointed.
I still fully plan to read the books I didn’t finish on this readathon, and reviews for what I did finish will be dropping over the next few weeks, when I can find the time and energy to write them.