#TheReadingQuest Wrap-Up Post

Posted September 11, 2017 by Both in Features, Join the Dance // Events, Tags & Challenges / 0 Comments


We’re officially wrapping up #TheReadingQuest today. The Reading Quest was a video game-based reading challenge created by Aentee @ Read At Midnight and designed by CW @ Read, Think, Ponder. The aim was to choose a character class (Rogue, Mage, Bard, Knight) and to read as many books as you could for that class.

Here is how we did!


Book with partially obscured face // epic crush of genie lo

Banned book // handmaid’s tale

<500 ratings // tea dragon society

Small press // dreadnought

One-word title // nevernight

A book that contains magic // prophecy of shadows

Open world // Read whatever // born a crime

Mini game // Read a graphic novel // wires and nerve

Animal companion // Book referencing an animal in the title // spice and wolf

I got to Level 4 with 170 EXP and 235 HP. Not too bad. I wish I had more time to go through the Mage route but oh well.

I loved this challenge, though. It was such a great idea!


A book with a one-word title // Sovereign by April Daniels


A book set in a different world // Mask of Shadows by Linsey Miller

The first book of a series // The Tiger’s Watch by Julia Ember

Open world – read whatever you want // To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han

I actually had to forfeit #TheReadingQuest after reading these books. I was also doing #ARCAugust and am still in a Hunger Games themed reading challenge, and it was all becoming a bit much for me. I felt so stressed, and these challenges are supposed to be fun! I was really looking forward to this so I’m sad that I had to quit, but I made the right call, and I’m glad to have read four books at least.

How did you fare in #TheReadingQuest?


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