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March/Emojiathon Wrap Up 2018

So this month I participated in the Emojiathon. I usually participate in readathons to help me pick my TBR and to push myself to read more. I prefer longer readathon's spanning at least a month because I work full time and cannot read 7 books in a week. I'm lucky to finish one book haha.




But I have to say, I am very happy with my efforts for the Emojiathon. I managed to complete 12 challenges out of 25. And while this may not seem like a lot I am very satisfied and proud of my reading.

1. The Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater ★★★
I gave this 3.75 stars. Unfortunately I'm just not feeling this series like everyone else seems to. But I did enjoy this book more than the first. There was a lot going on in this instalment but I like that in the end things were starting to connect. So what might seem like a fractured story with lots of things going on everything is slowly coming together.
My favourite aspect of this story is the setting. Henritta is a town I would definitely lik…

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