Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Fairy Tale Readathon Wrap-Up

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All in all, I finished six novels in the six days of the readathon, which was exactly my target.



I also read Rapunzel's Revenge and Calamity Jack as an extra treat at the very end of the readathon. I love these books and it was the perfect end to the readathon.


I didn't end up reading any more of my Tales from Grimm and Andersen book, which I had kind of expected but hoped I'd be wrong about. I think it's time to put it away for now. I read most of it, and I have been working through the stories since last August. I'm willing to say I got through it.

I also did not read The Near Witch, because I chose to read In a Glass Grimmly instead, since it was based on fairy tales rather than just having a fairy tale-esque feel.

Additionally, I wrote a discussion post on Fairy Tales and Disney, about how the Disney versions of classic fairy tale characters are now many people's only versions of those characters.

I didn't keep track of the hours I spent reading, but I read a total of 2,106 pages. The shortest books were Rapunzel's Revenge and Calamity Jack, each 144 pages. The shortest novel-length book was In A Glass Grimmly, at 252 pages, and the longest was Sun and Moon, Ice and Snow, at 336 pages.

I tried to comment on the blogs of everyone else participating in the readathon,  to cheer them on, but even if I missed your blog (whoops), Congratulations!

Happy reading to everyone,


4 comments:

Mel - Thedailyprophecy. said...

Oh, what a great list! You read some amazing books :)

Debz said...

You read so many awesome books. Congrats on reaching your goal! And thanks once again for your great discussion post. Hope you had fun!

Aleksandra said...

Wow, you did amazing, and congrats on reaching your goal!

How was In A Glass Grimmly, was it as great as A Tale Dark & Grimm?

Pica said...

Thanks everyone for your support. I had lots of fun during the readathon and loved every book I read.

In A Glass Grimmly was really good. I liked the narrator's comments better in In A Glass Grimmly, but I preferred A Tale Dark and Grimm overall. I would definitely give it a try if you liked A Tale Dark and Grimm though!

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