I was tagged by the creator of this fun booktag musingofsouls! This is such a fun tag idea that I tried to get around to it asap! Big thankyou for the tag, be sure to check out their blog, it is fantastic (as are they of course)!
Rules for the tag:
- Include the tag image in your post, please!
- Revert the audience to the original creator (aka me!) – Musing of Souls.
- Link this post to your tag content, makes it easier for me to read!
- Tag as many people you like!
- Do not alter the original questions, though, you are allowed to add more questions to it!
- Just enjoy!
Image for the tag: please include this in your post!
Questions for the tag:
Chapter 1: Let me Cry :A book you loved so much that you just didn’t wish to finish it, link a song to it if possible!
Book Review: The Starless Sea, by Erin Morgenstern and The Night Circus, by Erin Morgenstern. Something about Erin Morgenstern’s writing makes me want the book to never end! I loved both of these, so magical and atmospheric, and I certainly did not want to finish either of them !
Chapter 2: Little to biggy: A book which includes transition of age (it may have flashbacks from past, just age transformation of some sort.)
Great Expectations, by Charles Dickens. The classic bildungsroman definitely checks the box for this one! We see Pip growing upthroughout the book, from child to adult, and we get a retrospective narrative! A book I had to study, but I also enjoyed!
Chapter 3: Just move on. A book which you just wanted to finish as you did not enjoy it.
A View From The Bridge, by Arthur Miller.… So I had to study this or I would have DNF’ed. I did not like this play, I found it far too creepy, and uncomfortable. Some people loved this but I could not get on board.
Chapter 4: Keep coming back. A book which you read again and again because you love a character so much.
Pride And Prejudice, by Jane Austen (Gushing review here: Why I Love Pride And Prejudice, by Jane Austen.). My classic love, I know I know- back to blogging and already bought up P&P – BUT I LOVE and I re-read this one a lot because Elizabeth and Darcy are just brilliant! Honestly, how can you not love them???
Chapter 5: Piling up: A book which you have not opened but want to(for a long time), can be read or unread before.)
Six Of Crows, by Leigh Bardugo. So half my tbr actually fits this prompt but this particular book has been on there a while! It has been recommended to me a lot and is apparently amazing so it is one I plan to read soon!