Thank you Untamed Shrews for nominating me to do this Book Tag. I LOVE doing tags! 😀
Please feel free to follow them, I highly suggest that you do! Two heads are better than one – fo sho!
Apparently, the only rule for this tag is that you don’t use HP books as your answers, which is a solid rule, since I answer all questions with HP references. Leh go!
A book where you found the theme interesting , but you’d like to rewrite it.
Okay, so I literally just read a book that I have these feelings about and while I just need to give you ONE example there are actually two that I feel that way about. BUT, since this say *A* book, I’ll say Breakwater by Catherine Jones Payne. An interesting concept but to me it just wasn’t executed in the best way or the most enrapturing way.
The first book in a series that got you hooked.
Oh, wow. You know, surprisingly this is easier than I thought it would be. In December I read, Stolen Songbird and I loved it. Have I read the second book yet? No, but I loved the world and the complex characters so much in the first book and it left at such a devastating place at the end that I HAD to buy the rest of the series – yes it was that good.
A book you wish you could have right now.
Umm, because of Brooding Ya Hero! And also, I really enjoyed Frostblood.
A killer book. Both senses. Take it as you like.
Argh. I don’t really read suspense or thriller books, or mystery for that matter and all I can think of right now is Autumn Bones which is a supernatural [mystery maybe…more like detective urban paranormal?!]
A book that you found really confusing.
Roseblood was a book I highly anticipated, but when I sat down and opened it I found myself staring at lengthy history about the phantom, very little to do with the main character and then suddenly there is song-vampires or something…
Your spirit animal book.
Well, some of these are becoming quite difficult! Honestly. I don’t read many non-fantasy books, so there is always going to be some kind of fantasy genre thrown into these… my spirit book though? I think it would have to be Splintered. I can relate to Alyssa Gardner on a few levels and I’m only mildly
severely obsessed with all things Wonderland.
A dark, twisted book.
Dark and Twisted? yeah, well, I’ve read plenty of those! Here are a few that I’ve read that have left me with goosebumps or WTF’ing everything.
A book that surprised you in a great way, reveals to be more than it is.
Honestly, the book I’m going to pick surprised me. I was told about this book and grudgingly read it. When I read it I found the idea highly unique and I loved the writing as well as the characters in the stories.
Now for the nominations!