48 Hour Reading Challenge

This is the first time I've done the 48 Hour Book Challenge (I've done the 24-hour read-a-thon a few times).  And of course it's not the best weekend for me to spend reading non-stop, so I have low goals ~16 hours is what I'm shooting for.  I'm starting it off by bringing my book to a doctor's appointment - that should give me plenty of time to read, right?  

I have lots of books I need to read soon, so that kind of decided my choices.  Right now, I'm starting with The Lost Conspiracy by Frances Hardinge - it is huge.  I've also got The Eternal Ones by Kirsten Miller for an ARC tour.  My Name is Memory by Ann Brashares, Son of the Shadows by Juliet Marillier (also enormous), and Secret Speakers by K.S.R. Kingworth are all in the queue as well.  

Update 1:
Thus far I haven't done too well, but considering the many distractions, not too poorly.
Time read: 5 hrs 50 min
Time blogged/read blogs: 1 hr

Update 2:
I've done a bit better, finishing my first book, We the Children by Andrew Clements (I figured I needed a short book for a break)
Time read: 2 hrs 30 min
Total time read: 8 hrs 20 min
Time blogged/read blogs: 20 min
Total time blogged/read blogs: 1 hr 20 min

Update 3:
I'm not very good at staying up late and reading.  However, I am up past my regular bed time, so that's pretty good for me.  I'm still in the middle of The Lost Conspiracy and My Name is Memory.  Hopefully I'll finish them tomorrow.
Time read: 2 hrs 10 min
Total time read: 10 hrs 30 min
Time blogged/read blogs: 5 min
Total time blogged/read blogs: 1 hr 25 min

So, enough talk, let's read!

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