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Blogmas Day 17: Jade’s 24 Hour Read-a-thon Wrap-up (#JadesReadathon)

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Saturday, December 16th, I decided to do my own 24 Hour Read-a-thon. I had a really fun time reading for 24 hours. Check out my Announcement and TBR. If you follow my Twitter, you saw my updates! So, here’s my wrap-up of the books I read for the read-a-thon.

Books Read:

If I was your Girl by Meredith Russo – I flew through this book, I wanted to know more about Amanda. About her life, about her previous life, but also about her life at her dad’s place. I really enjoyed this read. It was a super quick, fast-paced novel, yet still conquered sensitive topics.

Dark Summer by Lizzy Ford (Review) – I have mixed feelings about this – overall I enjoyed the read and I would like to read the next one to find out what happens as this ends on a major cliff-hanger. I loved the first half of this book. Second half, not so much.

Everything Leads to you by Nina LaCour – My problem with Everything leads to you is how incredibly one-dimensional and shallow the story is. And this book was just boring me! I am sorry. It was putting me to sleep.

The Body Finder by Kimberly Derting – I was super excited to read this book, but this was was a little of a let down. Wished it was Darker. I loved the concept of this book. It was quirky and interesting. Violet has a special ability that helps her find dead bodies. And, when girls her age start getting murdered in her hometown, she’s in a peculiar situation to both help the police in their investigation, but also draw attention to herself.  It was a fun and unique read, but I’m not sure I’ll continue with the series

Books Started During Read-a-thon…

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Lets look at stats…

I started 3 books during this read-a-thon.
I continued 2 book during this read-a-thon.
I completed 4 books entirely within the read-a-thon.
I read a total of 946 pages during the read-a-thon.

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That’s a wrap on this read-a-thon. I think this Read-a-thon was very successful for me. Have you read any of these books? What did you think of them?