#Hamilthon Readathon TBR

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I’m literally packed with a lot of posts this week. I got half of it done, but the monthly wrap-up which will be up soon, than a topic I really want to write about, it’s a nightmare.

I know I’m a few days late when this started, but I don’t even know what compelled me in doing this besides that it really looked like fun, and an excuse to read books, as long as I focus on my English homework, and all that. I’m good.

The Readathon is hosted by Foxes and Fairy Tales and runs throughout the whole month.

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I’m going to reach to Angelica’s character, and just finish up the rest of the prompts.

Angelica’s Character:

Alexander Hamilton — Read a book with a name in the title

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The Reynolds Pamphlet — Read something short (novella, graphic novel etc.)

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Take a Break — Finish a book in a day.

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The Schuyler Sisters — Read a book that’s part of a trilogy.

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Satisfied — Read the last book in a series.

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What’d I Miss? — Read a book 5+ years old.

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Wait For it — Read a book you’ve been waiting for (a new release, a library hold, or just one you’ve been excited to read).

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My Shot — Read a standalone book.

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Burn — Read a book with a fire-related title or cover.

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Washington on Your Side — A book featuring a devious plot or cunning scheme.

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Your Obedient Servant — Read a book with more than one POV.

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Helpless — Read a a book featuring a romance or a marriage.

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The Election of 1800 — Read a book set in the past.

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The World Was Wide Enough — Read a book set in a country (or originally written in a language) not your own.

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Who Tells Your Story — Read a book written by a marginalised author.

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