N.E.W.T.s Read-a-thon Wrap Up

Nastily Exhausting Wizarding Test

Aaaaannnndddd the end of November marks the end of the N.E.W.T.s read-a-thon! Time to shake out the old eyeballs from all of that reading. Phew. What a ride! With the weather being so dreary and all of the holidays sprinkled in, it was hard to keep the motivation up to keep reading, but I made it!

I made it past my goal of just getting the minimum to pass (an O in 1 subject and an A in another) and managed to get books read in every subject I had available to me! Woohoo!

I will slowly be posting reviews of each of the books and updating the links below. I LOVED most of the books I chose to read, but some weren’t as good as I was hoping. But I supposed that’s what happens when you read so many books.

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Arithmancy

A: Book of at least 300 pages – The Girl in the Tower

girl in tower

 

E: Book that ends on an even numbered page – The Grownup

grownup

 

Charms

A: Read a book with magic in it – The Emperor’s Soul

emperor

E: A book with a cover that charmed you – Lips Touch: Three Times

lips

 

O: A book that you think will leave a mark – Men Without Women

men

 

History of Magic

A: Book that you think would fit right in at the Hogwarts Library – The Poisoner’s Handbook

poison

E: Read a book published at least 5 years ago – Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep

androids electric sheep

 

O: A book that’s at least 400 pages long – 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle

7.5

 

Muggle Studies

A: Read a book written by one of your favourite authors – South of the Border, West of the Sun

south

 

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I also need to make a huge shout-out to the other wonderful, amazing, super productive and supportive ladies who participated in this read-a-thon with me, who excelled this month (and every month!): Sophie and Steph. Check them out, they are seriously fantastic. I cannot thank you girls enough for doing this with me!

Overall N.E.W.T.s Stats:
Books read: 9
Pages read: 2322
Arithmancy: E
Charms: O
History of Magic: O
Muggle Studies: A

Here’s to December!

2 comments

    • Thanks! I don’t even know it happened. I just looked over at my stack of books to return to the library and it was so tall!! If only I could be this productive in all of the other aspects of my life XD

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