Keeping up with #TheReadingQuest has been harder than I had expected. Mostly because not only have I been reading books for this challenge, but also for book club, to review, and just for fun.
As of now I have completed 3 books and started my next one for this challenge. I think I will be able to complete the Mages journey for this quest by the due date, but I probably won't be able to start another journey.
I have managed to complete the following three challenges:
A Book That Contains Magic
The Diviners by Libba Bray
Loved it! It was dark and sometimes a bit scary, but it was a fun journey. I loved the theme and think the characters are pretty cool.
A Book Set in a Different World
Catlantis by Anna Starobinets
The drawings were cute, this is definitely a children's story, full of magic and simple to follow.
The First Book of a Series
The Sandman Vol 1 Preludes and Noctures by Neil Gaiman
Wow! I know I'm predisposed to liking Neil Gaiman's work, just cause I think he is super cool, but this comic is pretty kickass. I also know I'm late to The Sandman party, but I'm sure I'm not the only one and everybody should know the art is chaotic and amazing. Not everybody's cup of tea, but I liked it.
I have A Book Based on Mythology and A Book With a One Word Title left to complete my journey. I have begun reading Labyrinth Lost for the Mythology challenge.