Medieval-A-Thon TBR


A theme of this year seems to be me finding out about readathons super last minute then decided it sounds fun and posting a TBR. And my friends, today is no different. I’m here to share my TBR for the Medieval-A-Thon.

Medieval-A-Thon is a month long reading challenge hosted by Booktuber Holly from Holly Heats Books. It starts on the 1st of July and wraps up on 31st of July.

The goal is to read book to increase your nobility and, by completing the prompts, assembling your armour and weapons.

On to the books!


These are the nobility ranks for the challenge. My goal is to complete 6 books and become Queen 👑👑👑
I will also note that, for some unknown reason, I decided to add in an extra challenge for this readathon and the books I’ll be reading this month with all have a medieval setting.

Build your Armour


A book where the character fight for the throne: Queen of the North by Anne O’Brien


A book with a dragon on the cover: Winterhued by E.H. Alger

Brest Plate

 A shiny book: Kingmaker: Divided Souls by Toby Clements


Read a thick paperback: Tower of Dawn by Sarah J. Maas


A book that has yellowed over time: When Christs and His Saints Slept by Sharon Penman 


A book with red on the dust jacket: Bright We Burn by Kiersten White

Choose your Weapons


A book with something pointy on the cover:  A Prince to be Fear by Mary Lancaster


A book with assassins: Circle of Shadows by Evelyn Skye


A book with Elves: An Enchantment of Ravens by Margaret Rogerson

All the illustrations have been created by Holly Hearts Books.


That’s all for me. Comment down below and let me know if you’re taking part in the Medieval-A-Thon and which books you’ll be reading.

Until next time, happy reading!


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