Dewey’s 24 hour read-a-thon reading wrap-up

During the Dewey’s 24 hour read-a-thon wrap-up is here! I managed to read for 8,5 hours and it was the first time I read that much! And I almost completed my tbr. It started on Sat 25th on 2pm for me and lasted for 24 hours. Anyways, here’s my wrap-up!

The community over at Instagram and Twitter was so much fun! Every time I updated on there (on my Insta stories and tweets) it just kept me going! I had also so much fun reading all of these books. The trick is also to read shorter books. In my case children’s classics as well. I can get trough them so fast and they’re easy to manage. So perfect for a read-a-thon. The book I didn’t get to was a short story collection called Create Dangerously which were two essays. That was only 50 pages long. I could have read it easily if I didn’t sleep “that much”, but I still call it a win. It has been a very long time that I’ve read this much in such a short amount of time. Heck, I read 880 pages in only 8,5 hours! These are my ratings:

Dewey's 24 hour read-a-thon reading wrap-up

This means I liked all of the books I read. A 3 star rating means for me an average 7, which means I liked it. The most surprisingly read was Charlotte’s Web. I already knew it is well-loved children’s classic, but I loved the moral of it. Check out my Goodreads for the full reviews of all of them.

I’m happy to call the Dewey’s 24 hour read-a-thon a success. The most that matters is that I had fun with it. Check out the Dewey’s 24 hour read-a-thon’s Twitter when you’d like to participate next time.

Did you participate in this challenge and if so: how did yours go?


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