Trope-ical Readathon Update

Last month I participated in my third round of Trope-ical Readathon. In case you missed it, here are the books I picked for the various challenges. This is the best I’ve ever done for a Trope-ical Readathon. Even though it felt chaotic, I read 9 books this time around. I also switched out some books from my original plan as the month went on and my reading preferences changed. So here’s my Trope-ical Readathon update from March 2023.

Trope-ical Readathon March 2023 final

I also completed one Team Challenge by reading THE PRINCESS DIARIST by Carrie Fisher. I still haven’t learned to tally up my reading page totals or points as I go along. So I don’t have those today. Next round I’ll try to do that so I can share those stats.

Here is the final table of completed challenges.

Absent/dead parentsA book with more than one authorHeart of Glass by Brittany Holland [DONE]
Love triangleFollowers/friends choose between two booksWe Who Hunt the Hollow by Kate Murray
Boarding schoolA group/buddy readA Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas [DONE]
Dark academiaA borrowed bookLawn Boy by Jonathan Evison [DONE]
HolidayTakes place in another countryThe Dancing Tree by Kiran Millwood Hargrave* [DONE]
Blast from the pastA book published before 2000The Subtle Knife by Philip Pullman [DONE]
Mixed mediaAn audiobook or ebookThe Fairy Bargains of Prospect Hill by Rowenna Miller*
Post apocalyptic/dystopiaA book with over 500 pagesPestilence by Laura Thalassa [DONE]
Found familyA book in a seriesSome Desperate Glory by Emily Tesh* [DONE]
Coming-of-ageAn indie or self-published bookLibertie by Kaitlyn Greenidge
Multiple POVMultiple POC charactersThe Atlas Paradox by Olive Blake
Bookish themesA book with a pun in the titleThe Midnight Library by Matt Haig
RetellingA book with a TV or movie adaptationGilded Cage by Dani Wyatt [DONE]

Did you participated in Trope-icale Readathon for this round? If so, what’s your Trope-cal Readathon update?

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I’ve never done this readathon but it seems like fun, I mean who doesn’t love a good trope? Congrats on doing so well!

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