I’m not really a fan of Marvel, but I love readathons (and the host of this one just happens to be my bestie so🤷♀️) so I’m taking part in it! It lasts from the 6th-12th August and you can read all about it here.
- Ant-Man: A book below 150 pages
- My choice: The Bookshop by Penelope Fitzgerald
- I mean, it’s 155 pages but I don’t have anything shorter that I particularly want to get to soon.
- Wasp: A book set in summertime
- My choice: The One Memory of Flora Banks – Emily Barr
- I think, judging by what she said at a panel event I was at, this takes place in the summer months as it’s in Scandinavia with endless days – so summer. I may be very, very wrong.
- Ghost: A book featuring technology – bonus points if it’s cool tech
- My choice: The Vigilante Poets of Selwyn Academy by Kate Hattemer
- This probably shouldn’t count, but it’s about a reality TV show, and one of the kids is into technology (stage lighting, gaming, computers/hacking etc) so I’m going for it. I have nothing else I can think of.😂
- Hank Pym: A book with a rehashed plot that feels new (eg friends-to-lovers, chosen-one, etc.)
- My choice: Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas
- Does this count? I’m not sure. I’m not even sure whether I should read TOG or The Assassin’s Blade first, so any advice would be welcome!
- Giant–Man: A book that you don’t know anything about
- My choice: From a Low and Quiet Sea by Donal Ryan
- I’m trying to work my way through my Netgalley list – I’m sure I knew what this book was about when I requested it, but I’ve definitely forgotten now.
- Scott Lang: A book that features family
- My choice: Bridge of Clay by Markus Zusak
- I got this on Netgalley recently and I am so excited to get to it as soon as I can!