#TBRTakeDown summary

As I mentioned in my last double review, I've joined the #TBRTakeDown read-a-thon set up by Shannon. There were five challenges to fulfil and I set out to do three since I knew I had to read two ARC's this week.

So the 5 books I wanted to read were:

Conversion by Katherine Howe

Mindwalker by A.J. Steiger

Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas (challenge: a sequel of a series you've already started)

The Luxe by Anna Godbersen(challenge: start a new series)

Fair Stood the Wind for France by H.E. Bates (challenge: a book from my latest bookhaul)

How did I do? Not as all as planned. 

I finished Conversion & Mindwalker by Wednesday, which tallies up to 700 pages, and then it all kinda went downhill from there. I started Crown of Midnight and read 40 pages of it so far. It's not that I don't like it, I just wasn't in the mood for it. Then I read 20 more pages of Fair Stood the Wind for France but again, I just didn't really get into it even though this is one of the most well written books I've read so far.

Then I got home on Saturday evening and decided to spend the whole evening reading The Son of Neptune from The Heroes of Olympus series. Technically a book I didn't pick out, but it is a sequel of a series I started so it still kinda counts.

In total, I was having a slow reading week and did too much other stuff (hello Gone with the Wind movie) to really focus on this read-a-thon, but surprisingly I still read about a 1010 pages and I can't wait to do it again!

Did you enter? How did you do?