Magical Readathon: Orilium – The Novice Path TBR

Hi all!

So, it’s that time of the year again for the Magical Readathon and this year, the creator, Book Roast, has developed her own world and it looks incredible! Check out the video below.

So the first part of the readathon begins September 1 to 30, where you have to read books to cross The Novice’s Path to enter Orilium, a magical school. The second part of the readathon starts in April, where you have to create your own character.


TBR

The Novice Path Entrance: Read a book with a mapThe Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien

Ashtorn Tree: Read a book that keeps tempting youThe Watchmaker of Filigree St by Natasha Pulley

The Mist of Solitude: Read a standaloneFight Club by Chuck Palahniuk

Ruin of the Skye: Read a book with supernatural elementsBeowulf by Unknown

Obsidian Falls: Read a mystery bookThe Persistence of Memory by Jordan Castillo Price

Tower of Rumination: Read a five star prediction – Peter Cabot Gets Lost by Cat Sebastian

Orilium Academy Arc: Read a book with a school settingA Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett


Character creation

There’s also three more prompts to read books for, but you don’t need to complete these until April 2022. So I’ll be sharing my TBR for these prompts, but don’t think I’ll get the chance to read the books with the September readathon. I will be reading them all before April next year though!

But here’s my TBR for those books that I’ll eventually get to.

Urban: read a book set in a city or townKim Jiyoung, Born 1982 by Cho Nam-Joo

Kerador: read a book from an ongoing seriesThe Missing Page by Cat Sebastian

Human: read a contemporary/non-fiction bookThe Long Game by Rachel Reid

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Are you joining the Magical Readathon? What books are on your TBR? Let me know!

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