Happy Sunday people 🙂
Today I’m bringing you something I haven’t done in a while: a tag!!
I was tagged by Ana @Nerdy Bookworm so THANK YOU SO MUCH ❤
Basically, this is a book battle where you choose from my wining book and the books I picked up the one you prefer or are curios about. It sounds kind of complicated but when you start reading my post, you’ll get the hang of it. Also, any questions, feel free to ask 😉
Here are the rules:
- Mention the blog who tagged you in the beginning of your post;
- The first book is the book that won the battle of the person who tagged you;
- You have to follow the order of the book’s list the other person has gave you, explain why you chose the book;
- Once you have your wining book, you chose 7 books for the people you tag.
Okay, let’s see how this goes:
The Girl on the Train vs. The Longest Ride
The Girl on the Train vs. The Casual Vacancy
I pick The Casual Vacancy for this one because it’s a J.K. Rowling book and I actually started it once but had to put it aside because I still had Harry Potter as the ultimate Rowling’s writing style. And I want to be able to say that I’ve read something different by J.K. Rowling 🙂
The Casual Vacancy vs. City of Glass
Well, this isn’t fair but I’ll go with City of Glass! Not only because I really liked it, I’m currently trying to finish The Mortal Instruments series and because of MALEC!!!! Enough said xD
City of Glass vs. Everland
Even though Peter Pan is one of my favourite classics, I have to choose City of Glass again!! Everland sounds pretty interesting but it doesn’t have MALEC!!!!
City of Glass vs. Death with Interruptions
Oh boy!! Again, City of Glass. My experience with José Saramago wasn’t the best one and even though this book sounds amazing – my sister actually owns a copy of Death with Interruptions and even started reading it and enjoyed what she read so far – I’m not emotionally ready to try Saramago again :S
City of Glass vs. Socrates in Love
Again, City of Glass!! I admit that I’ve never heard of Socrates in Love before so that might be to blame :S
7th & Final Round:
City of Glass vs. Paper Towns
Damn!! City of Glass again! I’m not very keen on trying John Green anytime soon because contemporary isn’t my favourite genre and between urban fantasy and contemporary, fantasy will always win!
Winner: City of Glass
- Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas;
- These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner;
- The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Steven Chbosky;
- The Witch Hunter by Virginia Boecker;
- Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare;
- Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë;
- Twilight by Stephenie Meyer;
Have fun everyone 🙂