The 48 Hour Book Challenge Hour 35

UPDATE
BOOKS READ: 2
TOTAL BOOKS READ: 5
HOURS READ: 2
TOTAL HOURS READ: 12
NETWORKED: 30 MINUTES
PAGES READ: 165
TOTAL PAGES READ: 791

MINI REVIEW:

This was a quick read and a powerful read. It opens up with this “Would you rather know what’s going to happen? Or not know?” The book chronicles a week or so in the life of Nat. Her older sister is going to college in less then eight weeks. The live in a town where nothing happens. The most excitement they get is pool hopping (trespassing into peoples back yards to go swimming) One night on the way home they pass police blocking off a street. Its only when Nat goes home does she discovers what happened. It is something that will change her life forever.

Sadly the day didn’t go as expected. I had arranged a play date but that didn’t happen so I had Michael all afternoon. I managed to get a book finished in the two hours but nothing else got ready. I am about ready to start again and hoping to ready for another 2-3 hours maybe more. Fingers crossed.

How is everyone else doing?

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Comments

  1. I found Would You really depressing. I hope you have some happier books to read. And why don’t the children think that reading as much as they can for 48 hours is a good thing? This would solve so many of our problems. Good luck with the challenge.

  2. Wow, great job! All of your books sound so good too! You’ve accomplished so much. I need to try this sometime. I look forward to more of your reviews.

  3. Have fun with this challenge. I admire all readathon participants!

  4. You are doing awesome!

  5. Keep up the good work! 😀 😀

  6. Yeah, sometimes Life does get in the way of our reading. On the other hand, I’ve had the first totally open weekend ever, and I’m reading so slowly. So maybe it’s good to have something that breaks up the time. Rock n’ read!

  7. Your family has to come first. Just have fun with the read-a-thon.

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