Morning my lovelies! How are you doing? Today’s post is the final update for the House Cup Reading Challenge. I haven’t included the second part of the reviews for this post because I just wanted to get it posted quickly, but keep and eye out towards the end of the week for them. If you’d like to read the review for the books I read in the first half of the challenge, you can find them here.
So here it is, the books that I read during the month-long House Cup Reading Challenge! A total of 15 books! Probably one of my better reading months in a long long time!
Main Challenges (Years 1-7)
Year One : Origin by Dan Brown
Year Two : Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race by Renni Eddo-Lodge
Year Three : A Study in Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro
Year Four : Search Party: A Collection of Poems by George The Poet
Year Five : Uncommon Type: Some Stories by Tom Hanks
Year Six : The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur
Year Seven : Ballad for a Mad Girl by Vikki Wakefield
Gryffindor : Read a book with an epic hero/heroine : Moxie – Jennifer Mathieu
Hufflepuff : Read a book that contains a strong friendship : One by Sarah Crossan
Time Turner: Read a book set in the future or the past : The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Fantastic Beasts: Read a spin-off to a beloved series : Heartless by Marissa Meyer
Platform 9 3/4: Read a book that features travel : The Girl of Ink and Stars by Kiran Millwood Hargrave
Dumbledore’s Army: Buddy-read a book with a friend or group : Wonder Woman Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo
Care of Magical Creatures: Read a book that features an animal or magical / mythical creature : This Savage Song – V.E Schwab
Time Turner: Read a book set in the future or past : Thornhill – Pam Smy
And there we have it! I’ve had a pretty epic reading months as the weather has been so bad and I’ve been pretty unwell. I wonder if I could read 15 books next month too?! Have you read any of the books I’ve mentioned? Did you enjoy them? Let’s have a chat in the comments below!
Peace and pages