This is my first book tag! Thanks to Giovanna @Book Coma for tagging me!
I’m really excited to do this.
I started this book, raved about it, and then put it down to start this other book. I really have to get back to this one and finish it. No offence, Mr. Westerfeld, but you gotta admit that the book is a little dull.
This was definitely the best novel I’ve ever read. I don’t think this one needs any justification.
Yes. The author I would freaking love to meet is Roald Dahl. This answer can easily be predicted to those who’ve read the posts I write ranting about him.
What would I want to ask him? Hmm, let’s see. I would ask him, “Why did you freaking have to die, Mr. Dahl? Couldn’t you have waited until I was old enough to meet you in person?”
Now, if you didn’t know already, I hate, hate, HATE Colleen Hoover. This “HATE” began since the release of Ugly Love. I loved her Slammed series and have been constantly disappointed by her new releases. I surprised even myself by adding this to my shelf.
I’m away from home living in my college wards right now. It’s really impossible for me to maintain a personal library – I read on my Kindle. I have a small collection of books back at home, though. I arrange them based on the alphabetical order of the author’s name.
I’ll take this opportunity to show how I would want my dream personal library to be.
That looks beautiful, doesn’t it? Your own secret room of books where you can hide your entire life and get lost in book after book. I hope I’ll be able to make it happen in the future.
This one has been on my list for ages. Shocking, right? That I haven’t read this one yet. I gotta pick it up someday…
I have a lot of books in this list. So, sit back and relax while you go through this list.
Sorry, fellas. This one just didn’t work out for me.
Oh, no. I was super excited for this book as it came out in my I-Love-Colleen-Hoover phase.This one disappointed me like hell.
Haha. I had a good laugh thanks to this book. The kind of stuff people come up with nowadays…
More books about psychopaths and Mary Sues? No thanks.
I’ll stop with that, though this list is never-ending.
I’m drawn to..
Oh, dystopia, how much I love you.
I usually don’t stay clear of anything. But, I’ve lately taken to avoid..
I don’t know why. The recent YA novels I read didn’t work out for me. Guess I’m getting old.
I don’t know.. Require?! I think he should decide what he requires to read. I have no idea.
This one. Love the cover. Love the author. Can’t wait to start it.
Thanks again to Giovanna for tagging me. It was so much fun.
Anybody who’ve read this post. Feel free to do this tag, and do share your links!
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