July Readathons Wrap Up

Hello hello and welcome or welcome back to my little bookish corner of the internet! Although I’ve already written my July Wrap Up, I wanted to come back and address the bookish adventures I went on because of July’s readathons, Path or Pantheon, and Olympic Games. Of course, I laid out my plans in advance, which you can read on those links, but plans change, and so do to be read lists.

July ended up being one of my most successful reading months all over, reading in total ? books, which I’m still impressed by, all things considered! I did stick to a lot of my TBR, but also changed a few things around to try and tick as many off as I could while still preparing for a lot of upcoming blog tours – sometimes even book bloggers have to be boring and practical!

So without further ado, here’s how I got on.

Path or Pantheon

Path of Wisdom

Athena: A book set in a city
A Gathering Midnight (Midnight Twin’s #2) – Audio – Review here

Odin: A book with a morally grey character
Raising Hell – Paperback

Thoth: A book about books / authors
Sorcery of Thorns – Audio – Review here

Omoikane: A thought provoking book
A Universe of Wishes – Audio / Paperback

Orumila: Main character follows their destiny
For the Wolf – Audio / Paperback

Egyptian Pantheon

Thoth: A book about books / authors
Sorcery of Thorns

Hathor: A book featuring art
Wicked Little Deeds – eARC

Montu: A book featuring a battle
The Women of Troy – eARC – Audio

Osiris: A book with a green cover
Curse of the Specter Queen – Audio – Review here

Bastest: A book with a young female main character
Eight Pieces of Silva – Audio / Paperback – Review here

Olympic Games

Athena favours those who seek knowledge beyond all. Read a book that features a school
Carry On (Simon Snow #1) – Audio / Hardback – Review here

Read a middle grade book
The Haunting of Aveline Jones – Paperback – Review here

It takes a great mind to pull off a quest. Read a book that features a quest or mission
Wayward Son (Simon Snow #2) – Audio

Athena is a favourite among gods and mortals alike. Read a book by your favourite author
As I mentioned in my TBR post, I don’t really have a favourite author but I picked a book by the author of some of favourite books this year: Maureen Johnson, author of Truly Devious.
The Name of the Star (Shades of London #1) – Paperback

Athena and her children are recognizable by their stormy eyes. Read a book with a grey cover
The Madness Underneath (Shades of London #2)

So there we are! I still can’t get over how many books I managed to read throughout the month and I’m so pleased with what I managed with regard to these challenges. Although some of the answers to the prompts changed, I think it was a hugely successful month in total, and in regard to these challenges. If you took part in either or both, I’d love to know how you got on! Let me know in the comments.

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