Book Chick tagged me and here is her tag: Book Chick
For this tag you just list a book with the description.
I tag anyone who sees this (and put yours in the comments below)!
1. Books that kept you up all night reading
Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. I started this book after seeing the first half of season one and decided that I must know what happens next. It took me roughly 5 days to read this book. On the last day I had 150 pages left and stayed up until 2:30am to finish it and then couldn't fall asleep for half an hour because I was left thinking. I proceeded to do the same thing with book 2.
2. Books that made you scared to go to sleep
This one is tough. I don't read a lot of books that scare me. But if I had to chose I guess it would be Unbeautiful by Jessica Sorensen. I know that sounds stupid because 'it's a romance' but there is some creepy stuff going on in that book. When I only read the first half I was creeped out.
3. Books that put you to sleep
I have so many of these. If you've read them, you should understand why.
4. Books that left you tossing and turning all night in anticipation of it's release
The Retribution of Mara Dyer. I still haven't read this book, but after reading The Evolution of Mara Dyer I would just sit and look at the first two book, waiting for the next.
5. Books with your dream boyfriend
Is this serious? I have a million. But here are just a few (I apologize for all the Outlander books, but I just finished the first two books and I have a huge book hangover from them):
(Never read it, but I watch the show) Tyrion Lannister
6. Books that would be your worst nightmare to live in
Fahrenheit 451 - no books? No thank you.
7. Books that remind you of nighttime
Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Clause. I read this book at night, but it also has to do with werewolves, so it reminds me of the night.
8. Books with a nightmarish cliffhanger
Easy: The Evolution of Mara Dyer
9. Books you actually dreamed about
I don't often dream of books. TV shows? Yes. Movies? Yes. After looking through all my books, I remembered that I dreamed of The Selection by Kiera Cass. I was dreaming about running through pits of snakes and big mountains and temples to get to Maxon, but it was a TV show. It was so confusing.
10. Book monster your wouldn't want to find under your bed
I guess I would have to say the monster from 'A Monster Call' by Patrick Ness, OR any zombie from The Walking Dead by Robert Kirkman.
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