I got tagged for this one for the second time, but it’s Harry Potter themed so who am I to say no? Thank you Sophie (Blame it on Chocolate) for tagging me^^ I promise I won’t use the same books as last time I did this. Btw, if I have a review for the book click on its name to read it.
A book you found interesting but would like to rewrite
At Water’s Edge by S. McPherson. This book could have been really good, but the writing was lacking. I had high hopes for it but sadly, no. Still, the concept is good.
A first book in a series that got you hooked
How could I possibly go with anything else than Promise of Blood by Brian McClellan? I listened to it in January and now I’m halfway through the third and last book to the trilogy. This is a masterpiece.
A book you wish you could have right now
A Court of Mist and Fury wrecked me. That book was one of my fastest reads in a long time and it just left me wanting more. Cannot wait for the release of A Court of Wings and Ruin, third (and final?) instalment!
A killer book
Decided to go for something completely different than last time I did this tag – The Sixth Extinction by Elizabeth Kolbert. It covers a very serious and relevant topic in such a good way. Basically it tells you how much humans have destroyed everything around us.
A book you found confusing
A Space Between Worlds Vol.1: Conception by J.D. Woodson is the most confusing book I’ve ever read. I still don’t understand it. The writing and the story was just… I didn’t get the story. Something about faces, dreams and some sort of reality.
Your spirit animal book
I just felt like going with the obvious one 🙂 What else to chose than Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone? This is the reason I started reading, the reason I learned how to read. This is my most re-read book and my most beloved one.
A dark, twisted book
I don’t read many books that I feel would fit this description, but I then thought of The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, which does have a really twisted society. The whole concept with the Hunger Games is twisted!
A book that surprised you in a great way, reveals to be more than it is
I’m not yet finished with this (51%), but Jaeth’s Eye by K.S. Villoso really hasn’t at all been what I was expecting. I still do not like the cover at all, and I didn’t know what to think after reading the synopsis. But I couldn’t say now when I saw the Goodreads rating (4,4) and had to pick it up. So glad I did!
If you have done this before, why not do it again? I hope to see your answers 😀