I really like the idea behind this book tag. I love Pokemon and have been working through Pokemon: Yellow Version lately so this came to me at just the right time. It’s originally created by readatmidnight.com, but I found it from The Bibliophile Girl (she has collected a lot of fun tags so you’ll be seeing more from her). So without further ado, here we GO!
I’ve mentioned this series before, but in particular the first book Into the Land of the Unicorns, is my first, full, memory of staying up late and reading a book, and then getting yelled at for it from my mother.
I don’t know if there are any classics that I love, but Little Women has become a favorite of mine. It is a little longer than most books I like, so it’s unique in that. I love that it follows all four women into their adulthood, to see how four sisters can be so diverse.
I think this is main reason I’ve never read the Twilight series, or the the Fifty Shades series. I have watched the Twilight movies, but I’ve never watched any of the Fifty Shades movies. So I guess the true answer is Fifty Shades, the rumors about it don’t help any either.
I think this would apply to most of the Harlequin romance novels I have. They all seem similar to each other now that I’ve read several of them. Some of them are even a bit unbelievable with their plot lines, but I still like reading them anyway.
This might be why I haven’t read the Game of Thrones series. Though this also why I haven’t continued The Wheel of Time series. I have quite a few of the books, but not the whole series, and it’s been so long since I have read the last book that I would have to reread from the beginning!
Most recently it was Dark Promises by Christine Feehan, but the first one I’ve already mentioned was Into the Land of the Unicorns by Bruce Coville.
Oh boy. Well, if I could it would be Lightfoot and Cara(Into the Land of the Unicorns), but I think they’re related somehow(?) so that would be weird. I also like the idea of Molly Grue and Schmendrick (The Last Unicorn) having a strong platonic relationship.
This could be true of most the books I’ve read in the Dark series by Christine Feehan, and it could also be true of books I’ve read in the past in 2 days. But I think it would have to go to the very first Dark series book I read: Dark Guardian.
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. Hands down. It’s so goofy and relateable and I have yet to meet a remake, spin-off, continuation, that I haven’t liked for some reason or another.
The Second Sons trilogy was something that did come as a surprise to me. I’d never heard of the author or the books before I started reading them. Very soon I owned the whole trilogy and devoured each of the books.
This is going to sound a little silly, but I have still yet to read the entire Harry Potter series. I think I’ve maybe read the first four books and none of the screenplays that have come afterwards. So…yeah.
I really like the Barnes & Noble collectible classic editions they put out. I’m still waiting for another book sale to collect a few more. I’m always looking to add a few more to my collection.
I really don’t follow new releases that closely, and have no idea even what debut novels are coming into the market. I’ve more books than I know what to do with right now so there’s no reason for me to look for new ones!
I have quite a few of these now: Stephen King, Terry Pratchett, Christine Feehan, and Kathleen E. Woodiwiss.
This is probably the same answer from a previous question, but I don’t follow new book releases very well. The only one I really watch and it’s only kind of, is the Alphabet mysteries by Sue Grafton, and that’s only so I can get a new one for Mom’s birthday or Christmas.
And that’s that! All 15 questions answered to the best of my abilities. Please feel free to do this book tag yourself and link back in the comments so I can see your answers!