Hi, lovelies! G has returned to us with a brand new version of The Magical Readathon! I’m honestly beyond excited about this because I loved the Magical Readathon in the past years when I did it. But with the author of the series that inspired the readathon being hugely transphobic, G has recreated this readathon with a brand new world of her own creation. I’m in awe of the amount of time and effort that it must have taken to think up and plan and organize everything for this. You can check out G’s announcement video with all of the details and stuff you need to know here!
Above is the ‘Novice Path’ which is the path I must take if I want to make it to Orilium and attend the academy there. To successfully venture on the Novice Path, I must complete two prompts, but I’m going to go for all seven. Each prompt must have their own book. So, here are the books I’m planning to read to complete the Novice Path and make it to Orilium.
The Novice Path Entrance: read a book with a map
The Crown of Gilded Bones by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Ashthorn Tree: a book that keeps tempting you (or the book on top of your TBR)
Dial A For Aunties by Jesse Q. Sutanto
The Mist of Solitude: read a standalone
The Twin Paradox by Charles Wachter
Ruin of the Skye: read a book featuring ghosts/haunted house, or other supernatural elements
Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas
Obsidian Falls: read a thriller or mystery book
Holdout by Jeffery Kluger
Tower of Rumination: read a five star prediction
Gods of Jade and Shadow by Silvia Moreno-Garcia
Orilium Academy Arc: a book with a school setting
How We Fall Apart by Katie Zhao
There are also a few prompts that have to so with creating my character (which I plan to use in future rounds of this readathon) so, I am planning to attempt these prompts as well this month.
Wildling: read a book largely set in a forest/outside
The Lovely and the Lost by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
Irtheria: read a book that features fae or elven characters
Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas
Earthling: read a book with elemental magic or an element work in the book/series title (air, fire, earth, or water)
The Nature of Witches by Rachel Griffin
So, these are all of the prompts that I am hoping to complete this month (if you read my TBR jar post, you may have noticed that I definitely borrowed from that list too. What are you reading this September?
Keep on reading lovelies, Amanda.