NY - Times By the Book Tag

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I would very much like to meet Roald Dahl.

Roald Dahl was one of the very first authors I started reading, and his books are literally THE reason why I started reading for the love of it. There isn't specific anything that I would like to ask him, but I would LOVE to have a good, long chat with him (possibly over tea, because it sounds posh) about his books, his characters, his amazing ideas and how he comes up with them...

On second thoughts, I'd love to know what happens after The Witches. We were left at a pretty exciting... I wouldn't say cliffhanger, but I just wanted MORE!!!

  What books might we be surprised to find on your shelves?   

I do not know... I wouldn't say there is anything that surprising. 

  How do you organize your personal library?  

On the basis of how good it looks. I happen to have a very wonky bookshelf. Some shelves are short and tall, while others are long and short (in height). So I often have to place books one on top of the other, and double stack almost all the shelves. 

I also do not like organizing my bookshelf on the basis of colour or alphabetical order because it separates books of the same series, and that is just... unforgivable.

  What book have you always meant to read and haven't gotten around to yet? Anything you feel embarrassed never to have read?  

  What book have you always meant to read and haven't gotten around to yet? Anything you feel embarrassed never to have read?  

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I read The Final Empire (the first book in the Mistborn trilogy by Brandon Sanderson) and I loved it. But I haven't gotten around to the other two books in the trilogy yet. The size doesn't intimidate me, because I'm pretty sure that once I love a book or a series, the bigger it is the better for me, but I haven't gotten around to borrowing/buying the last two yet.

There isn't any book that I feel guilty for not reading (as of now).

  Disappointing, overrated, just not good: what book did you feel you were supposed to like but didn't? Do you remember the last book you put down without finishing?  

I was SO sure I was going to LOVE Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes when I first read the synopsis and saw the cover that at first, I considered buying all the books that had been released in the series at that time

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I was SO sure I was going to LOVE Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes when I first read the synopsis and saw the cover that at first, I considered buying all the books that had been released in the series at that time. But I don't usually do that, and thus I was saved the worry.

I get why some, nay, a LOT of people like the series. It's slowly gaining popularity on BookTube, and trust me, I CAN SEE WHY. I just had so many expectations from the book, and sadly, they weren't met. It's not a bad book by any means, I just didn't like it that much.

Very rarely do I put down a book without finishing it, no matter how much I'm disliking the book

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Very rarely do I put down a book without finishing it, no matter how much I'm disliking the book. But I just could NOT go beyond page one hundred in A Clash Of Kings. I really want to jump onto the GoT bandwagon, but I cannot seem to get through the books at all, and watching the TV series before reading the books just goes against my moral code as a bookworm.

  What kinds of stories are you drawn to? Any you stay clear of?  

Fantasy, fantasy and more fantasy. I stay clear of the Romance and Paranormal Romance genres.

  If you could require the president to read one book, what would it be?   

What an interesting question...

^ so that the current president can be a good one, and ensure that cruel things like the Hunger Games would never happen because those are just terrifying

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^ so that the current president can be a good one, and ensure that cruel things like the Hunger Games would never happen because those are just terrifying.

  What do you plan to read next?

Whichever book I get my hands on. :D

But I do want to read The Last Star by Rick Yancey - the third book in the 5th Wave trilogy.

I have heard so many MIXED things about this book, and I just really want to know what I think of it

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I have heard so many MIXED things about this book, and I just really want to know what I think of it. I thought the first book was quite alright, and I really liked the second one, so I was pretty much pumped up for this one. But now that the reviews are out, I'm not quite sure what I feel anymore. But I do want to read and see what I feel after the last page.


And those were all the questions. I hope you guys enjoyed the tag and damn! this new Wattpad feature (which I knew about when it came out but used for the first time only now) is really making making book tags a lot more fun because now I can show all of you the covers to all the books I mention which should make things a lot more fun for you!

Anyway, see you all soon! Bye!!!

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