November TBR (#Mythothon)

The lovely Louise over at the blog Foxes And Fairtales has made a readathon for this month featured around Greek mythology. You can find out more information here. There is 25 prompts so here we go!

Zeus, King of the Gods. God if the sky. Read a book at least 400 pages long.

  • Words Of Raidence by Brandon Sanderson (1080 pages but I am currently on page 430)

Hera. Queen of the Gods. Goddess of marriage, mothers and families. Read a book about royalty.

  • The Invasion Of The Tearling by Erica Johansen

Hebe. Goddess of eternal youth. Read a middle grade or young adult book.

  • The Lady’s Guide To Petticoats And Piracy by Makenzi Lee

Possidon. God of the sea. Read a book which features the sea-mermaids, pirates, surfers etc.

  • Deep Blue by Jennifer Donnelly

Hermes. God of travelers and thrives. Read a book set in a country not your own.

  • Yotsuba&! Volume 6 by Kiyohiko Azuma

Aphrodite. Goddess of love and beauty. Read about with a beautiful cover.

  • Second Glance by Jodi Picoult

The Hydra. Multiheaded serpent. Read a book with more than one POV.

  • Lone Wolf by Jodi Picoult

Iris. Goddess of the rainbow. Read a book with your favorite color on the cover or in the title.

  • Rocky Mountain Legacy by Lois Richer

Ancient Greece. Read a book set in the past.

  • The Book Theif by Markus Zusak

Hestia. Goddess of the hearth. Read the first book in a series.

  • The Red Pyramid by Rick Riordan

Dionysus. God of wine. Celebrate this year by reading a 2018 release.

  • A Spark of Light by Jodi Picoult

Archilles and Patrocius. Read a book with a LGBT+ protagonist.

  • Simon Vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

Free choice.

  • Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng

Homer. Read a retelling (of a myth, fairy tale, classic novel etc.)

  • Hunting Prince Dracula by Kerri Maniscalco

Hephaestus. God of fire and smiths. Read a book with a disabled character.

  • Life Without Limits by Nick Vujicic

Ares. God of war. Read a book with a compelling antagonist or a book written from a villains point of view.

  • Vicious by VE Schwab

Echidna. Mother of monsters. Read a book about monsters-dragons, zombies, serial killers etc.

  • Talon by Julie Kagawa

Heracles. Read a popular book (define ‘popular’ as you wish).

  • The Martian by Andy Weir

Gaia. Primordial earth goddess. Read a book which was published at least 5 years ago.

  • Perfect Match by Jodi Picoult

Artemis. Goddess of the moon and the hunt. Read a book with an animal on the cover or in the title.

  • A World Without Princes (School for Good and Evil book 2) by Soman Chainani

Athena. Goddess of wisdom, strategy, and crafts. Read a book that is not the first in a series.

  • Edgedancer by Brandon Sanderson

Persephone. Goddess of the underworld and springtime. Read a book which is less than 200 pages.

  • Heaven is real by Todd Burpo

Apollo. God of prophesy, plague and poetry. Read a collection of poetry or short stories.

  • Chicken Soup for the Soul Greving and Recovery by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, Amy Newmark

Hades. God of the underworld and riches. Read about which you got for free (library, from a friend, arc, kindle offer etc.).

  • (Don’t) Call Me Crazy edited by Kelly Jensen

Demeter. Goddess of agriculture. Read a book with a nature word in the title- e.g. Leaf, wind, flower etc.

  • The Darkest Part Of The Forrest by Holly Black

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