This week is a freebie, so I decided to talk about the ten books I'd recommend you read during a Read- a - thon ( as I'm typing this on Sunday and I'm starting a Read-a-thon on Monday)
1. Delirium by Lauren Oliver
I read this one during my first Read-a-thon and it's my new favorite book. I know that the one thing some people didn't like about it was the slow pace in the beginning and I figured you wouldn't mind that as much when you don't do anything but reading anyway - you probably get through the slow parts faster. Also, with 400 pages Delirium can bring you forward quite a bit if you don't count books but pages read.
2. Pretty Little Liars
These books are meant to be one- sitting reads. They are so creepy you won't want to put them down until you're finished. Also, they are very fast reads.
3. Deadly Cool
I always mention this book but it is just a fun and quick read (I also read this one during my very first Read-thon) and it is so entertaining!
4. Beautiful Creatures
This book is quite thick so I'd recommend it for the end of your Read-a-thon or for an all nighter or something like that. You will definitely get absorbed in the world, though, so that you probably couldn't find your way back even if you really had to.
5. Shadow and Bone
This is just another book you won't be able to put down - and it is quite different from your mainstream YA novel.
6. The Selection
Even though I don't find this book absolutely amazing, it certainly does melt in your hands. By which I mean that it just disappears into nothing and suddenly you find that you have already read the whole thing!
7. If I Stay
This book is so heartbreaking. I seriously don't know if I'd be able to just devour it and go on with the next one but I guess that's why it'd be a great last book of a Read-a-thon. It definitely leaves you thinking.
8. The Airhead Trilogy
I actually haven't read a whole series or trilogy in a Reada-thon but I think it'd be fun to get lost in only one world for quite a few days. What is more, I think the different events are clearer in your head when you read all the books at once.
9. The Hunger Games trilogy
See above. This trilogy is so fast paced and suspenseful that you will probably want to read all of the installments together.
I read it during my last Read-a-thon, too and I think it was a great Paranormal Romance that I enjoyed but after reading it it was easy to immediately jump into the next story.