ReReadathon 2.0

I have decided to sign up for the ReReadathon which runs for two weeks from 7th September and is hosted by An Armchair By The Sea.

I’m going to use the ReReadathon to return to an old favourite series. The Power of Five by Anthony Horowitz was one of my favourite series as a teenager but there was such a gap between book four and the final book in the series that I don’t know how it ends. The first book was released in 2005 and one book a year was released until 2008 when the fourth book was released, then there was the big wait till 2012 for the fifth and final book! Needless to say when that book came out I couldn’t remember much about the series at all and of course there was the obligatory cover change since there was such a gap in the series (WHY?!). My memory of the series is that it features five kids that discover they have powers or that they are reincarnated and together they can stop these old gods. At least that’s what I think the series entails.

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So I hope to read at least two of the books from the series during the ReReadathon. I won’t necessarily focus all my reading during the two weeks on the challenge but I do want to re-read a couple and see if I still like the series enough to continue and to see how it finally ends – I hope I do.

Let me know if you’ve read The Power of Five series and what you think of it – I’m intrigued to see how it all ends and if it’s as good as I remember.

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One comment

  1. So excited you’re joining us! I loved Anthony Horowitz’s Alex Rider series but I’ve not read this one yet,might have to check it out:-)

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