#TheReadingQuest: Week 2

My summary for the second week of #theReadingQuest by Read at Midnight.

nimonaI did a side quest this week and finished a graphic novel, Nimona by Noelle Stevenson. It was alright but nothing more. Nimona was a bit annoying but I liked Lord Blackheart as well as Lord Goldenloin and their interactions. I am not a huge fan of graphic novels in general and will probably not pick up another one for a while.

I couldn’t stick with one book after that and started all 3 of my remaining books for the challenge.

I read 3 of the short stories in Sword of Destiny by Andrzej Sapkowski but am not a big fan of the book so far. Especially story 2 annoyed me as it was about two guys fighting over a dumb witch. That’s not what I signed up for! I want Geralt on the road meeting monsters and men and being awesome^^ I still have hopes for it and will continue.

Then there’s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by Joanne K. Rowling, always a favourite of mine and I have never read the English version, only the German one! So this is in a way a first for me πŸ™‚

I wanted to read another book for ‘First book of a series’ but then I sneaked into Promise of Blood by Brian McClellan on my Kindle and got stuck! It’s just great so far, I love how captivating the story is and how likeable the characters are. It’s all so very exciting! There’s this big mystery and everyone is totally on edge because they are about to execute the King and Tamas IS COLD AS ICE! Love it, hope it stays great.

Summary so far:

Path: Mage

A Book with a one word title (Coraline – read 1st week)

A book that contains magic (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire – currently reading) (+ 15 HP)

A book based on mythology (Norse Mythology – read 1st week)

A book set in a different world (Sword of Destiny – currently reading) (+ 14 HP)

The first book of a series (Promise of Blood – currently reading) (+ 6 HP)


Mini game (Nimona – read 2nd week) (+ 10 EXP, + 13 HP)

Instagram posts: 2 –> + 2 HP


EXP: 35 (30 + 5)

HP: 114 (64 + 50)


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