#AvengersReadathon19: Sign-Up + My TBR!


WHAT? I’m signing up for another readathon?? Well… I’m not sure what’s gotten into me either because this isn’t like me at all. Although I love seeing readathons hosted all year round, I’m really not one to join in on the excitement because I’m a big mood reader and the pressure of the challenges can be a bit much for me. However, this one sounds too good to pass up so I decided, to hell with my inhibitions, this is gonna be so much fun!


Hosted by the lovely Noura at The Perks of Being Noura, this readathon was created in line with the upcoming Marvel movie titled Avengers: Endgame. Although I’m not totally caught up yet, I’m hoping to finish the rest of MCU movies before the release of Endgame.

So, the rules of this challenge is fairly simple which appealed me to join. There are 18 different Avengers profiles and each of them have challenges/assignments than need to be accomplished. The goal of this readathon is for participants to choose two Avengers profiles at most and complete their corresponding assignments in the duration of the readathon. Participants are allowed to skip only two assignments at most for their chosen profile/s. This runs from April 14 until May 14, a whole month. Oh, and also, this doesn’t limit you to a certain format which means any are accepted (eBooks, physical books, audiobooks, graphic novels, etc.) as long as it complies with the assignments.

I feel like I didn’t explain the mechanics well so click here to find out more about the Avengers Readathon 2019!

Now, on to the exciting bit! I decided to select only one profile since I don’t think I can finish two profiles’ challenges in one month. And I chose… Scarlet Witch! She’s one of my favorite characters in the Avengers.


There are a total of 6 prompts for Scarlet Witch and I opted to skip out 2 of them for the time being. Who knows, maybe if I have more time left in this readathon, I can finish them all. But for now, here are the books I plan to read!

book with twins

Skipped this one as I don’t think I currently have a book with twins at the moment.

character with red hair or book with a red cover


1833. After young Lord James Ellerby witnesses a near-fatal carriage accident on the outskirts of his estate, he doesn’t think twice about bringing the young woman injured in the wreck to his family’s manor to recuperate. But then she finally regains consciousness only to find that she has no memory of who she is or where she belongs.

Beth, as she takes to calling herself, is an enigma even to herself. She has the rough hands of a servant, but the bearing and apparent education of a lady. Her only clue to her identity is a gruesome recurring nightmare about a hummingbird dripping blood from its steel beak.

With the help of James and his sister, Caroline, Beth slowly begins to unravel the mystery behind her identity and the sinister circumstances that brought her to their door. But the dangerous secrets they discover in doing so could have deadly ramifications reaching the highest tiers of London society.

book featuring powers


For some the tower of shells was folly. For Tansy McCoy it was destiny.

By day, Tansy McCoy is a florist making charmed bouquets for the citizens of Junonia, capital of the Kingdom of Terranmar. By night, she’s an assassin and the keeper of the Dangerous Garden where deadly blooms grow. Together with the town tailor, butcher, baker, and metalsmith (just don’t call her a candlestick maker), she is part of the Guild, a secret group of spell-wielding thieves and mercenaries. Their task: consolidate all that remains of the realm’s fading magic under the ruthless King Zeno’s control.

Impetuous loner Tansy chafes under her Guild demands. She longs to quit her town and trade and head for the hills. Unfortunately, King Zeno has other plans. He wants to marry off his daughter to Terranmar’s famously reclusive wizard, Rune Hallows, and he’s willing to have the Guild kidnap him to make it happen. Fail to deliver the wizard and the consequences will be swift and deadly.

Reluctant but determined, Tansy sets out on the long journey to faraway Wentletrap and Rune’s desolate tower by the sea. To get there she must cross a swamp full of sinister surprises, battle a werewolf, and outrace a bloodthirsty band of revenants, while she wrestles with her own magical powers that seem to be expanding in unpredictable ways.

But reaching Rune’s tower is only the beginning. When Tansy learns the real reason behind the king’s contest, she’ll need to decide whether to give in to the growing forces of magic ready to reclaim Terranmar or embrace her newfound powers to save the kingdom.

paranormal or horror

Skipped this one as well. I’m not in the mood for the genre at the moment.

Choose 1 of Black Widow’s assignments
spies and heists


DIVERGENT meets OCEAN’S EIGHT in this urban fantasy heist!

On my seventeenth birthday, I wake up in the hospital to find I just survived a sketchy-but-terrible accident. My perfect-looking parents say I live an ideal life inside the Boston dome. And although my swoon-worthy guard, Thorne, looks totally familiar, he says we don’t have a history.

What a bunch of crap.

I don’t remember anything—not even my real name—but I can still tell when someone’s lying. From what I figure out, my dystopian overlords wiped my memory, leaving only my super science skills behind. Now, instead of expecting me to scream for revenge, the government demands that I build new tech that will launch an apocalypse against anyone who isn’t perfect.

So I nod. Say yes. And scheme to blow the whole thing up.

My memory may be gone, but my sass remains intact. I round up a team of teenage scientists to take down the nasty-ass government without getting ourselves killed. Only trouble is, I must accomplish all this while avoiding my growing attraction to Thorne, who may or may not be an alien. Something tells me that protecting my heart from my hottie guard might be the most dangerous adventure of all…

Choose 1 more assignment from either Ant-Man, Spider-Man or Dr. Strange
young adult book


As everyone at her Brooklyn high school announces their summer adventures, Olivia harbors a dirty secret: Her plan is to binge-watch horror movies and chat with her online friend, Elm. Olivia and Elm have never shared personal details, apart from their ages and the fact that Elm’s aunt is a low-budget horror filmmaker. Then Elm pushes Olivia to share her identity and sends her a selfie of his own. Olivia is shocked by how cute he is! In a moment of panic, assuming she and Elm will never meet in real life, she sends a photo of her gorgeous friend Katie. But things are about to get even more complicated when Olivia’s parents send her to the Catskills, and she runs into the one person she never thought she would see. This sweet and funny summertime romance is perfect for fans of Love and Gelato and The Unexpected Everything.

There we go! Hopefully I can finish all those books in this readathon. I think this would be challenging since I still have a lot of catching up to do with the MCU movies as well.

Have you joined in #AvengersReadathon19 as well? Drop your links in the comments, I would love to see whom you’ve chosen and what your TBR includes!

Blog Tour: Last Girl Lied To by L.E. Flynn [REVIEW + GIVEAWAY]



Book Title: Last Girl Lied To
Author: Laurie Elizabeth Flynn
Published by: Imprint
Publication Date: April 16th 2019
Genres: Contemporary, Young Adult
My Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

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Something made him angry that night.
Something made her cry.
Something made Trixie disappear.
What if it was all the same thing? 

Fiona claims she doesn’t remember anything about the night her best friend left a party early and walked into the ocean. But the truth is, she wishes she could forget.

Trixie’s disappearance is ruled a suicide, but Fiona starts to believe that Trixie isn’t really dead. Piecing together the trail of a girl who doesn’t want to be found leads her to Jasper, Trixie’s former friend with benefits, and Beau—the boy who turned Fiona down, who loved someone else, who might be happy Trixie is gone.

The closer Fiona gets to finding out what happened, and the closer she gets to Jasper and Beau, the more she realizes that the girl she knew better than anyone may have been a carefully constructed lie—and she might have been waiting to disappear the entire time.

Told in alternating chapters between the past and the present, Last Girl Lied To is a gripping emotional thriller.

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review as part of the blog tour hosted by Fantastic Flying Book Club.


It’s been quite a long time since I’ve read a contemporary YA thriller so I was really excited when I started reading this one. From the sound of the synopsis, I find it really promising and in the end, I liked the story.

Last Girl Lied To started out full of intrigue which hooked me from the very beginning. The book focuses on Fiona’s journey in unearthing the mystery about her best friend’s enigmatic suicide. Although the book’s concept isn’t new in the genre, I found myself liking the book still. Peppered with a few twists and surprises in the plot, the mystery really tied itself up well.

Unfortunately, I failed to connect with the main character, Fiona, no matter how hard I’ve tried to. I just didn’t see much development in her which disappointed me, thus, factoring in to my indifference to her. The book’s pace was also a little bit too slow for my liking which put me off a tad bit. But the ending was quite good and I think it wraps everything quite good.

Overall, despite having a bit of issues with this one, I still found myself enjoying Last Girl Lied To for its great mystery and suspense!


k1250025.jpgLaurie Elizabeth (L.E.) Flynn is the author of Firsts and the upcoming psychological thriller Last Girl Lied To, along with an untitled thriller to follow in 2020. She is also the author of Wattpad featured series The Boys Tell All. Her other short fiction has been named a finalist for the John Kenneth Gailbraith Literary Award.

Flynn is a former model who worked in Tokyo, Athens, and Paris. She now lives in London, Ontario, with her husband, daughter, and the world’s most spoiled Chihuahua. When she’s not writing about unlikable girls, you can likely find her hiking in the woods with her family, perusing thrift stores for vintage dresses, or binging reality TV.


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