I should have Read that Book Tag

As seen on Way Too Fantasy πŸ™‚

-The Rules-

-The Questions-

A book that a certain friend is always telling you to read

red rising

One of my colleagues at work loves the series and tells me to read it at least once a week πŸ˜€ I honestly wouldn’t consider it normally, but she’s very convincing so I will give it a try at some point^^

A book that’s been on your TBR forever and yet you still haven’t picked it up

desperation

For a couple of years now. I actually started it already but put it back. Never picked it up again but still feel like trying again. I will probably give it one more year. If it’s still unread then I will get rid of it.

A book in a series you’ve started, but haven’t gotten around to finishing yet

cavern

It’s a Re-Read though so I’m not really counting it. I will finish eventually and then continue with the series!

 

A classic you’ve always liked the sound of, but never actually read

catcher

On my radar for ages, like a lot of classics honestly. I just don’t read them very often. Maybe one or two a year.

A popular book that seems everyone but you has read

the hate you give

Sooo many! This one is just one of them. Also, anything by Holly Black or Leigh Bardugo or the Divergent books or Cassandra Clare. It’s just not my jam so I’m not interested, even if people are raving.

A book that inspired a film/TV adaptation that you really love, but you just haven’t read yet

stardust

And I will never ever read it because that movie is perfection in my eyes πŸ™‚

A book you see all over Instagram but haven’t picked up

Gideon

It’s been everywhere it seems. I even looked it up! But it doesn’t sound like I’d enjoy it, so I will leave it be.

Please feel tagged, if you follow me and enjoyed this tag! I’d love to see your answers πŸ™‚ Especially about the popular books you don’t plan to read, I always find that interesting!

5 comments

  1. Red Rising is an amazing book!!! 😍 I am not a sci-fi fan usually, and dystopia is not my cup of tea, so I am quite hard to please, but… I loved that book! (and the others in the series!)

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  2. If you think the movie Stardust is perfection, you are correct in your assessment that you don’t need to read the book. I know a lot of people love the book, but I didn’t feel it told the same story as the movie. And (in my eyes) the movie was SO MUCH BETTER.

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