There wasn't none because I'm not hard core enough - instead of battling through 24 hours, I read very slowly, watched a movie and had 7 glorious hours of sleep. But I think that's the way for me to go, I wouldn't want to be zombie because of a reading event for the whole following week (I do feel a bit zombie now simply because I went to bed some hours later than usually).
Not naming titles, I think it doesn't matter as long as you enjoy your selections, but there is some truth in "short matters" when it comes to reading intensely for hours in a row :) Also for the later hours of the readathon one might want to consider something "lighter", maybe nothing from heavy classics or on rocket science...
Not really, it seems to be working fine.
Well, it's quite obvious - Twitter, aslo the official readathon page was very helpful with hourly updates! Great job there.
I finished one and then started another one, so I'd say 1.25 books.
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society (Mary Ann Shaffer, Annie Barrows) and Andeka kingsepa surm (Smrt talentovaneho ševce in Czech) (Vaclav Erben).
I haven't finished one yet, but I enjoyed Guernsey a great deal - it's a good pick for bookworms and those who are interested in war-time literature.
I'm not able to answer this question
I'm very likely to take part again, given that life does not get in the way. I am very low key though, so will probably remain reader.