#TheReadingQuest Wrap Up

Hello (1)These are the books I got through during #TheReadingQuest, which took place between Sunday 13 August to Sunday 10 September. #TheReadingQuest is an awesome four week reading challenge based on video games that was hosted by Read at Midnight. The challenge runs like a bingo board with each title representing a challenge you must complete. The difference is that you’re starting point on the grid depends on the character class you chose.

I chose the Mage and I was able to get through all of the mage quest and 4 side quest. I would’ve liked to have read more books but I’m still quite happy with the amount I was able to read.


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I just wanted to say a very big thank you to Aentee @ Read at Midnight for creating this amazing quest. I had so much fun with the challenge! Also a big shoutout to CW @ Read, Think, Ponder for the amazing art.

Did you participate in The Reading Quest? How many quests did you complete? How many books did you read? Have You read any of these Books? Let me know!

One thought on “#TheReadingQuest Wrap Up

  1. Congratulations! I was just passing by (as one does on the internet), and noticed you read Miss Peregrine. I read it a while ago and enjoyed it, though I have yet to read the rest of the series (too many books, too little time!). Did you read it as an e-book or a physical book? I read the physical book, and I’m glad I did. The quality and care that went into producing it, as well as all the pictures, added so much to the reading pleasure for me. I’m sure the story is good enough that e-book readers enjoy it, but I think they’re missing out on part of the experience.



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