Hope you’re all keeping well and safe. I back with another tag post!! A big thank you to Michaela over at Journey into Books for tagging me back in February!!!
Don’t forget to check out Michaela’s post here and if you don’t follow her already go and do it now!!
- Link back to the original tag (this post, and Jami!).
- Complete the questions with books you want to have read but don’t want to read.
- Tag some people at the end to do the tag next.
A book that you feel you need to read because everyone talks about it
Hamnet by Maggie O’Farrell I’ve seen so many people reading and mentioning this book. I really want to know what all the hype is all about.
A book that’s really long
The Stand by Stephen King. I’ve wanted to read this book for so long but the size of it is putting me off at the moment.
A book you’ve owned / had on your TBR for too long
So, since the pandemic started I’ve been working through my owned TBR and I’ve actually managed to get through the oldest unread books I own. So, the ones I own now are the newer ones that I purchased in the last couple of years.
A book that intimidates you
Ok, the answer to this question once again is The Poppy War by R.F Kuang. I really want to read this one, it sounds so good. But the whole series is so hyped that I’m worried I might be left disappointed.
A book that you think might be slow
Captain Corelli’s Mandolin by Louis de Bernières. I actually tried reading this one a while back but never actually got past the first few pages. I managed to pick up a copy from the local library last year just before it closed for the first lockdown, so hopefully when I get around to picking it up I will have better luck this time around.
A book you need to be in the right mood for
I couldn’t narrow down to just one book, but I find that I need to be in the right mood to pick up a classic. I currently have quite a few Penguin Clothbound Classic waiting to be read.
A book you’re unsure if you will like
The Storytellers Secret by Sejal Badani. This is a book that I’ve been suggested to read by some friends, who absolutely loved it. I’m however not too sure I will but we shall see when I get around to reading it.
Ellie-Mai over at Ellie Mai Blogs
Carol over at Reading Ladies
Maisy over at Hawthorn Book Reviews
Sorry if you’ve been tagged already for this one, and no pressure to do this tag. Also if I haven’t tagged you consider yourself tagged too. Don’t forget to link back to this post so I can see your answers.