My TBR for Pixarathon

Hello! Today I am coming at you with a readathon post! I am going to be taking part in Pixarathon which is hosted by the lovely Lily at Literary Lily and is a readathon dedicated to all things Pixar! As someone who loves Pixar movies, I am incredibly excited to be taking part! The readathon takes place from 1st – 31st August and if you want any more information check out Lily’s announcement video .

During the readathon you can choose to go down certain routes, which feature a variety of Pixar films. You then follow the prompts listed for those certain films. After much deliberation I have decided to go down the Monsters route!

The films featured in this route are Monsters Inc, Monsters University, Luca and Onward.

Pixarathon TBR

Monsters Route: Your route prompt is to read anything but contemporary or non-fiction


For this prompt I have chosen Fireborn by Aisling Fowler. This a debut MG fantasy, that is released in September. I was lucky enough to receive an arc and I am rather excited to get into it.

Monsters Inc: Read a book that will make you laugh

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Simon James Green is my favourite author of YA Comedy and I am itching to get stuck into his latest book You’re The One That I Want. It sounds like the perfect summer read, and knowing this author I know I’m going to be laughing my socks off!

Monsters University: Read a book set at university or school 

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I cannot wait to get stuck into Ace of Spades! I’ve heard many good things from fellow readers, and it sounds just up my street! I love a good YA Thriller and this sounds perfect.

Onward: Read a book involving a puzzle or mystery 

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As Good As Dead is the third book in the Good Girls Guide to Murder series and is one of my most anticipated releases of the year. I am buzzing to start reading, what I already know is going to be an incredible mystery!

Luca: Read a book set on or near the sea

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Malamander has been on my TBR for nearly two years, and I just keep forgetting to pick it up! It sounds like a mysterious, enthralling middle grade read and I’m looking forward to finally picking it up.

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