Here are the exams I completed, fulfilling all of my requirements to become a Hogwarts Professor!
A in Charms, completed by reading The Gossamer Mage by Julie E. Czerneda
I rated it a 3 out of 5 stars, and you can read my review here if you are oh-so inclined!
A in Potions, completed by reading Second Skin: Fractures by M Damon Baker
This was actually my very first litRPG, and I loved it! If you want to hear more, my review will be up soon 🙂
E in Potions was gained by reading The Coordinate by Marc Jacobs
I gave this young romance and historical adventure story 3 stars and I will be posting my review of it soon!
I got my O in Potions after finishing East Wind by Jack Winnick
This one was a little different than my usual pick. It was a realistic fiction, all about how these two agents (a woman computer genius from the US and a Mossad warrior from Israel) work towards stopping Arab terrorists from setting off more bombs in America. I won’t share my rating since it was out of genre for me, and just let you guys decide for yourselves!
A in Defense Against the Dark Arts was granted to me after I read Brisingr by Christopher Paolini
I absolutely love Eragon’s story, and it’s one that I find myself going back to again and again. It’s just so wholesome and quick and easy for me to read, that I use it to relieve stress and allow myself a tiny escape from reality every once and a while. This one is purely for pleasure, and so I will not be posting a review, but rest assured that I would grant this entire series 5 Stars 🙂
E in Defense Against the Dark Arts was completed after reading Legend of the Stone Keepers by J.L. Trepanier
GUYS. This was probably my favorite book of the month so far! It was SOOO good! The plotline, character and world building, even the writing itself was phenomenal! I obviously rated this a 5 out of 5 stars, and you can see my review of it soon!
A in Care of Magical Creatures was quick with D.J. Cockburn’s Arctic Adagio.
This super short <100 pages Whodunit-like murder mystery was definitely intriguing and thought-provoking. I gave it a 4.5 Stars and you can read my review here!
Did you also participate in the NEWTs Magical Readathon 2019? If so, what did you read? What NEWTs have you passed? What is your career? Let me know below in the comments!