The Book Interview Tag

I was tagged by the wonderful Destiny at Howling Libraries to do this tag and I couldn’t be more excited!



Fantasy; Science Fiction and Adventure

Rick Riordan and John August

Sarah J. Maas, J.K. Rowling and Seanan McGuire

Absolutely love these books and they are ones I will always reread!

‘Artemis’ By Andy Weir

I definitely didn’t find it as easy to read as ‘The martian’ but I still really enjoyed it.

I don’t want to be that person… but I love a good cover. I’ll still read a book regardless of a cover, but I love a good cover. When it comes to the writing I love a book that really immerses me in the world and had great world building.

I generally prefer to collect the hardcover editions of books. But aside from that I would only say the Harry Potter series is one I actually collect.

It depends on the situation.
For day to day I always carry a physical book – hardcover usually that I read when I’m on the train.
I like audiobooks – when they have a good narrator- for when I’m going for a walk, doing something around the house or even walking from the train to work and vice versa.
eBooks is a new one for me, but after ending up with 2.5kg of books on my last international trip I’ve been converted specifically for travel! It’s so much easier.

I used to keep them, but I’m being more brutal now and getting rid of anything I didn’t enjoy.

That’s a tough question to answer. I’d love to say someone badass, but that’s just not me. If I had to choose I’d say someone like Bella from ‘Twilight’ or Lara Jean from ‘To all the Boys I’ve Loved Before’.

The Sibling Book Tag

I don’t remember where I saw this Tag but if you’ve been following for a while you know I love a good Tag! So why not complete one I’ve had sitting around for a while!

I absolutely adore this book! I am genuinely sad that there isn’t a sequel but thats because I’m selfish and I love the world and the writing style.

The story is wrapped up really well and the characters have depth, considering its such a small book, that was unexpected.

But I will always love this standalone.

I’m going to be the most predictable person ever and say ‘Harry Potter’. This is probably one of my all time favourite series that I reread – and by reread I mean listen to because Stephen Fry is the best narrator ever – constantly!

‘A Court of Mist and Fury’ By Sarah J. Maas.

I really liked the first book, but I feel like shit got real in the second book and i just couldn’t stop reading!

Ok, I don’t know what this question means so I’m going to say the last book you read and that was ‘Assassin’s Blade’ By Sarah J. Maas.

‘The Confectioner’s Guild’ By Claire Luana.

I don’t know why, but this book took me a month to finish. Definitely for reasons not based on the book (like being the end of the school year).

At this stage I haven’t really picked up any Duologies that come to mind. I am excited to get to the ‘Strange the Dreamer‘ Duology as well as ‘The Last Namsara’ and the ‘Six of Crows‘ Duology.

‘The Woman in White’By Wilkie Collins. This was one I had to read in year 11 English Literature Class. I don’t know if the thing that annoyed me was the book itself or my teachers rants about the themes. Either way, I will never forget reading that book, even 11 years later…

I Tag everyone and anyone! What was the most recent read that you absolutely loved?