#TomeTopple TBR

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Hey, everyone! Today I’ll be sharing with you guys my Tome Topple TBR which I am really excited about because I’ll be starting a new book series that has been on my shelf for three years now. I’ve seen and watched a lot of participants’ videos and Instagram posts in the previous rounds. Seeing and watching them read their tomes made me feel giddy and challenged to read the tomes from my shelf too.  It’s Tome Topple Readathon’s 12th round already and I think Sam’s planning on hosting another one around November, so if this works, I’ll probably participate again then.

For those who do not know yet, the Tome Topple Readathon is a readathon where the main goal is to read as much books over 500 pages in two weeks! This readathon will run from August 8th to 21st (in your timezone). This readathon is founded by Sam from @thoughtsontomes and co-hosted by other bookish people in the book community.

Anyway, I’m not sure if I will be able to tick off something from the prompts that Sam provided as I will only be reading two books for this readathon and they are:

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  1. Flyte (Septimus Heap, #2) by Angie Sage
  2. Beautiful Creatures (Caster Chronicles, #1) by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl

Flyte is actually a carry-over from last month, so I planned on continuing it for the readathon instead since I will be participating in another readathon and need to read other books this month too.

While the latter, which is the first book in the Caster Chronicles series, Beautiful Creatures, is a book that I have been wanting to pick up for a really long time now. I’ve bought the whole series three years ago but still haven’t gotten into it. I checked and it’s over 500 pages, so it’s perfect for the readathon. I’m excited that I will finally be picking it up as I’ve heard so many good things about this series and it has been recommended by my friends many times already.

Check out the following pages as well to see my progress:

How about you? Are you participating in a readathon this month, too? Which one? If not, what are your planned reads this month?

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