Thank you to Jenna @ Bookmark Your Thoughts for tagging me in this one! It’s been a good two and a half months or so, but I finally did it! (Sorry it took so long.) At least it’s still summer. 🙂
- Link back to the original creator of the book tag (thebookwormdreamer).
- Start off with telling us your favourite season and why it is/isn’t summer!
- Tag five friends to take part.
My favorite season: Spring
I have no opposition to summer. I think it’s great to be able to do a ton of stuff outside and I feel like the summer vibe is usually more relaxed than the rest of the year, but the heat. I like spring because it’s when everything finally thaws from winter, the snow melts, everything starts blooming, and I can open my windows and let a nice breeze in my apartment.
a book you couldn’t stop reading
Hyperbole and a Half is a 371-page book that I read in one sitting.
You’re a Cheetah
a book you read in just one day
I think most graphic novels I’ve read would fit this prompt, so I’ll just go with one I recently finished: I love this part by Tillie Walden. Heartbreaking, but so good.
Couldn’t Let Go
a book you reread straight away
Literally none, sorry. I rarely reread, and never right away.
Calm It Down!
a book that got your heart racing
Definitely Saga. From the beginning, I had to know what would happen next.
a sequel that you read faster than the first
Don’t get me wrong, I had no opposition to Amour Amour, but Infini was really something else. I connected with this book immediately and could hardly put it down.
Books On Fire!
a series you read straight through
I haven’t done this recently, but one series I can remember marathoning was The Hunger Games. I read it over spring break in college and barely stopped to sleep.
a book that kept you up late
My classic answer for this kind of prompt is Me Before You, which kept me up until about 2am when I had to be to work the next morning by 7:30.
Please feel free to do this tag even if I didn’t specifically tag you! (And, of course, no pressure if I did tag you and you already did it or just aren’t interested.) Which book got your heart racing? What series did you read straight through? Let’s talk in the comments!