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Friday, November 3, 2017

FrightFall Read-a-Thon: Wrap-up Post #FrightFall @truebookaddict

This is my Wrap-up Post for the 
FrightFall Read-a-Thon!

I finished nine books 
(seven audiobooks and two paperbacks from my dusty bookshelf):

4 stars
Afraid to Die
(To Die, Book #4)
by Lisa Jackson

3 stars
by Stephen King
[on my iPod]

by Stephanie Perkins
[on my iPod]

5 stars
In a Dark, Dark Wood
by Ruth Ware
[on my iPod]

4 stars
Slade House
by David Mitchell

3 stars
The Turn of the Screw
by Henry James

4 stars
(The Resurgam Trilogy, Book #1)
by Joan Frances Turner

Two Nights
by Kathy Reichs
[on my iPod]

Burnt Offerings
by Robert Marasco
[on my iPod]

Still Reading:

(The Shining, Book #1)
by Stephen King
[on my iPod]

by Nick Cutter

I never did get to any of the short series that Michelle was featuring at Castle Macabre for Season of the Witch, nor did I get to her read-a-long for The Mummy. After listening to It for three weeks of September and nine days in October (about four weeks of listening to this tome at 45 hrs long!), I really just wanted to read what I felt like.

Books finished = 9
Pages read = 937
Listening time = 62 hours, 39 minutes

If I go by the page numbers for the printed editions of the audiobooks I listened to, that's a total of 2,935 pages read so I'm very impressed with that! I had a great month of reading, and I actually finished a total of ten books (I read Beauty and the Beast aloud to my daughter, but I didn't count it because it didn't exactly fit as a "frightful" read). I think it's because there was a lot of outdoor chores like raking leaves where I could listen while I worked.

Thanks again to Michelle at Seasons of Reading for hosting! I'm looking forward to digging out my Christmas books next!!

1 comment:

  1. Don't worry...I failed miserably at my Season of the Witch stories. I'm going to pair those events back next year. I may just do September and October and title it Gothic Fall, but I need to pair back on the read-alongs. I still haven't finished IT nor The Mummy. Ugh.

    Anyway, thanks for joining in on FrightFall. You got some great reading in. I read Dust years ago and really enjoyed it.

    Looking forward to seeing you for the Christmas doings!


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