The Breath of the Wild Readathon – Round #2.5: The Great Plateau – My Wrap-Up!

Hi all!

Earlier this month, I posted my TBR for The Breath of the Wild Readathon (Round 2.5) The Great Plateau. You can check that out here. It ran from May 15th – May 24th. Today I am sharing my wrap-up and how I progressed with the challenges during that week. Without further ado, let’s get into it!

Also, I have been loving Tears of the Kingdom! Thank you to my sister and brother-in-law for gifting it to me on my birthday!


*Shrine of Resurrection (Camera Trial): Share your readathon TBR list: COMPLETED 

I shared it on my TBR blog post here

*Owa Daim Shrine (Stasis Trial): Participate in a reading sprint: COMPLETED 

I completed my own sprint during that week.

*Oman Au Shrine, Magnesis Trial: Read a sequel: COMPLETED 

I am obsessed with Sandhya Menon’s books. In fact, I will be ranking her entire works next month, so stay tuned for that! I loved this unique take on the classic Frog Prince tale. It went in a pleasantly surprising, unexpected direction that made it far less predictable than I initially thought. It was full of heart and growth. Truly a feel-good story that will make you smile.

I gave it 4.5/5 stars.

Total Pages Read: 311 

*Ja Baij Shrine, Bomb Trial: Select a challenge from any previous round (Southern Mine: Read a book that you recently acquired) – COMPLETED 

This was my first Beth O’Leary novel, and it certainly won’t be the last! I will be ranking her entire works sometime in the future. The concept was fun and different to anything I’ve read before. It was such a quirky and sweet rom com that had me swooning. I am currently watching the television adaptation on Paramount+.

I gave it 5/5 stars.

Total Pages Read: 391 

*Keh Namut Shrine, Cryonis Trial: ‘FLY’ buzzword – read a book with fly (or any related word) in the title/on the book cover – COMPLETED 

This horror novella was triggering for two reasons: 1.) It featured creepy-crawlies, which are my biggest phobia and 2.) It was about a parent trying to protect their child. As a mother, it hit a little too close to home. Having said that, it was really well written, effective in scares and paced perfectly.

I gave it 4/5 stars.

Total Pages Read: 61 

Total Pages Read for Readathon: 763

I hope you enjoyed this readathon. How did you go? Let me know your wrap-up down below. Thanks for reading!

Peace & Love xoxo

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