I’m not really a fan of Marvel, but I love readathons (and the host of this one just happens to be my bestie so🤷♀️) so I’m taking part in it! It lasts from the 6th-12th August and you can read all about it here.
- Ant-Man: A book below 150 pages
- My choice: The Bookshop by Penelope Fitzgerald
- I mean, it’s 155 pages but I don’t have anything shorter that I particularly want to get to soon.
- Wasp: A book set in summertime
- My choice: The One Memory of Flora Banks – Emily Barr
- I think, judging by what she said at a panel event I was at, this takes place in the summer months as it’s in Scandinavia with endless days – so summer. I may be very, very wrong.
- Ghost: A book featuring technology – bonus points if it’s cool tech
- My choice: The Vigilante Poets of Selwyn Academy by Kate Hattemer
- This probably shouldn’t count, but it’s about a reality TV show, and one of the kids is into technology (stage lighting, gaming, computers/hacking etc) so I’m going for it. I have nothing else I can think of.😂
- Hank Pym: A book with a rehashed plot that feels new (eg friends-to-lovers, chosen-one, etc.)
- My choice: Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas
- Does this count? I’m not sure. I’m not even sure whether I should read TOG or The Assassin’s Blade first, so any advice would be welcome!
- Giant–Man: A book that you don’t know anything about
- My choice: From a Low and Quiet Sea by Donal Ryan
- I’m trying to work my way through my Netgalley list – I’m sure I knew what this book was about when I requested it, but I’ve definitely forgotten now.
- Scott Lang: A book that features family
- My choice: Bridge of Clay by Markus Zusak
- I got this on Netgalley recently and I am so excited to get to it as soon as I can!
2 thoughts on “The Marvel Readathon 2.0 TBR”
Awesome choices! And you should definitely start with Throne of Glass, and wait at least until book 2, if not book 3, before you read The Assassin’s Blade, because it contains a lot of spoilers! 🙂
Ahh fab thank you!🎉😋