48 Hour Hour Book Challenge Wrap-up

Today is a very busy day- grocery shopping, getting dressed, and then I am leaving for the TONY AWARDS!!!!

That means I am wrapping up the Challenge early this year. But I’m happy with the time I was able to devote to it this year, despite a busy weekend. Here are my final stats:

A Map Of The Known World by Lisa Ann Sandell- 273 pages

The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han- 276 pages

Moon Science, History, And Mystery by Stewart Ross- 121 pages

Boys Are Dogs by Leslie Margolis- 195 pages

Girls Acting Catty by Lesle Margolis- 158 pages

My Season with Penguins: An Antarctic Journal (Robert F. Sibert Honor Books) by Sophie Webb- 47 pages

Suite Scarlett by Maureen Johnson- 353 pages

The Princess Diaries, Volume II: Princess in the Spotlight (Princess Diaries Series) by Meg Cabot- 86 pages (audiobook while driving 1 hr roundtrip for cupcakes!)

Hate That Cat: A Novel by Sharon Creech- 148 pages

Biology: Life as We Know It! by Dan Green- 128 pages

The Clique Summer Collection #1: Massie (Clique Series) by Lisi Harrison- 127 pages

The Mother-Daughter Book Club by Heather Vogel Frederick- 90 pages

Total pages read: 2001
Total Time: 17 hours reading, 2 hours tweeting/cheering on

Total Reading Time: 19 hours!


*If I get any more reading done, I will update this post.

6 Responses

  1. Of all reasons to wrap-up early, I’d say the Tony awards ranks as one of the best. Certainly puts my book club excuse to shame. ;^)

    Thanks for playing this year!

  2. Um… HAVE FUN AT THE TONY AWARDS! How fun!! And that’s a great list of books you’ve read this weekend. Awesome.

  3. Wow, have fun! 😀

  4. I totally agree with Pam: hope you enjoyed the Tony Awards!

  5. Pretty fine set of books read, for someone who had to wrap up early. And yes, that’s quite an acceptable excuse. Hope you had an amazing time!!!

  6. What you have accomplished is impressive. Have you ever considered short stories within 48 hours instead of novels?
    The theme, plot and morals unfold much quicker and are more memorable as they the didn’t occur 200 pages ago. This doesn’t even consider the savings of your time.

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