I was going to do a review, but then I saw Caitlyn over at ThriceRead do this and it’s such a cute tag that I just had to. The review can wait until next time.
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I don’t think there is any book in particular that started my love for reading. I’ve loved books since before I could read and I’ve loved reading ever since I could read, which was at a fairly young age.
The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien. Many people find the books intimidating or difficult to read or even boring. But I’ve read them 3 times and I will always love them. I grew up loving the books and the films like some people grew up loving Harry Potter and it’s always going to hold a very special place in my heart.
Hmmm, I don’t really know. I don’t generally care whether a book is hyped or not as long as I like it and I like forming my own opinions. So I don’t think I have an answer for this.
I mean, this happens all the time. There are a lot of things that most YA books have in common and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Off the top of my head, I’ll say The Young Elites by Marie Lu. It reminds me of The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken. Or I suppose it’s the other way around, since I actually read The Young Elites before reading The Darkest Minds. And they remind me of one another because of the whole super-power endowing disease, because other than that, the characters and setting are really different.
Hmm… I don’t normally have a problem with this. I don’t mind big books. There are a couple of series I’m not going to start because they’re so long, but those are series I had minimal interest in anyway. Yeah, I have no answer for this. Size just doesn’t matter to me.
There are two ways to interpret this question. The Schwarzschild Radius by Gustavo Florentin kept me up at night because it just freaked me out and I was honestly afraid I would have nightmares if I slept. A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas kept me up at night because I wanted to finish it.
Feysand! I love them. I don’t think I’ve ever shipped anyone as hard as I ship them. Not even Wessa, which previous to reading ACOMAF was probably my favourite bookish couple.
I’ll say Tangled by Emma Chase. Because this book was hot. And it was a very fast read and I was really pleasantly surprised by it and it was actually like… fire-hot.
Shadowhunters. Probably Harry Potter. And Sarah J. Maas books. Honestly, as long as the plots keep being good and fresh and the world is interesting, I will never get tired of spin-offs. I mean, I love learning new worlds, but I also love exploring known worlds and getting to know more about them.
My most recent read Neanderthal Seeks Human by Penny Reid. I’m not normally into chick-lit, but this one really surprised me. I really liked it and in fact, this post is replacing the review I intended to do of it, but stay tuned for that soon.
All of Rick Riordan’s series. I’ve only read the first four books in the Percy Jackson series, but I’m really looking forward to read the rest of his series and I’m especially excited for Trials of Apollo.
I hate having the same answer twice in one tag, but this is probably the only collector’s edition I REALLY wish I had. And that is The Lord of the Rings. I have a slight obsession with buying Tolkien’s books, even though I will probably never read them. And I really want a LOTR collector’s edition.
The Wrath and the Dawn by Renee Ahdieh. I know it’s been out for a while now and her second book is out already. But this was her debut and I’m excited about reading it.
Sarah J. Maas, Cassandra Clare, Tolkien and John Green.
WINDS OF WINTER CAN I PLEASE HAVE IT BEFORE I DIE?
I tag every Pokemon loving soul out there!