August TBR: Trope-ical Readathon

It’s time for a new round of Trope-ical Readathon this August and I am very excited to participate again. I have realized that I keep falling into reading slumps very frequently these days and the idea of readathons is helping me read the many ARCs I have as well as the books I can’t stop buying. So I am back here to talk about this super fun month long tropey readathon and tell you all about the books I am planning to read.

If you wanna know about this readathon, you can checkout the official twitter thread here or Jen’s blogpost here. I am as expected joining Team Fantasy again.

There have been slight changes in the common challenge tropes this time, so I was quite interested to see how difficult it would be find books for them.

It took me a while to find books that satisfy these challenges from among my many many ARCs and other books I own. But it’s still a very ambitious TBR and I don’t know how many I will be able to actually complete. I am also glad that this time, I was able to find books for the tropes and alternate prompts in a balanced manner.

I think except Every Heart a Doorway, Heated Rivalry, and Isn’t it Bromantic?, all the others are my advance copies from Netgalley and if I do end up reading most of them, my percentage will go up quite well and who knows, maybe I will touch the mythical 90%.

I also have picked the below books for Team Fantasy challenges but these are big books, and I will try to finish the common challenges first before going for these.

I also don’t have much interest in reading The Extraordinaries despite having the audiobook, so I’ll probably just listen to She Who Became the Sun again. That will not be a hardship at all because it’s such an impactful story and beautifully narrated.

That’s it for my August reading plans…!!! What about you? Are you participating in this or any other readathons? Feel free to share your recommendations or TBR posts… maybe I’ll also find something to read from your lists.

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