EIRD: THE WEIRDEST THING YOU HAVE READ
I think maybe ‘Story of the Eye by George Bastille.’ I read and reviewed this a few weeks ago but honestly the story is the oddest I think I have ever come across – it’s a very intense and disturbing erotic book – definitely eye opening to say the least.
MAZING: THE MOST AMAZING BOOK THAT YOU CAN’T FIND ANY OTHER WAY TO DESCRIBE
I wrote a review of Sugar and Snails by Anne Goodwin recently and the book really was a brilliant read but it was really difficult to get into words why it was so great without giving everything away – I tried my best Anne I really did.
RAZY: A KIND OF INSANE CHARACTER
I think I’m going to go with Jess from The Morning After Memoirs. She has a Bridget Jones style feel and isn’t afraid to get her mixed-up in all kinds of outrageous situations. She’s a wonderfully, insanely, crazy kind of Lady.
ICK BUTT – YOUR FAVOURITE STRONG SIDE CHARACTER
Ron Weasley is the one I’m going to go for – he puts up with Harry and his often selfish and very dangerous plans/adventures/ideas and yet they still stay best friends? How I ask – how? Ron is straight up brilliant.
ING-YANG – TWO BOOKS THAT ARE DIFFERENT, BUT CONNECTED SOMEHOW
This is a difficult one – I’m going to go with The Stieg Larsson trilogy and Across the Nightingale Floor by Lian Hearn which is a fantastic book if you’re yet to read it. They are both complex and written beautifully but they flow and are written simply it’s masterful how great they both are.
OOKS – THE NUMBER OF BOOKS YOU HAVE READ SO FAR THIS YEAR
I think well over 100 now – it’s been the craziest reading year so far for me.
OVE AT FIRST SIGHT – YOUR OTP
I think it might have to be Luna and Neville from Harry Potter – they remind me a little of me and T.
RIGINAL – THE MOST ORIGINAL BOOK BLOGGER OR BOOKTUBER YOU READ/WATCH
I couldn’t pick just one – that’s a little mean.
IDDY – A BOOK THAT MAKES YOU EXTREMELY HAPPY
I stilllllll haven’t finished 1Q84 but that book is goddamn brilliant – as soon as I sit down to read it I just feel a sense of calm and tranqility. Murakami just has a way with words that I rarely see.
I recently read How to Build a girl by one of my idols Caitlin Moran and I seriously devoured it in two train journeys. It was THAT good although very similar to the previous book she wrote but still a really great read.
BRACADABRA – YOUR FAVOURITE BOOK THAT HAS MAGIC
If we take out Harry Potter – because I think it will/has be/been picked by lots of other blogger, I’m going to go with Katie Cross’s Miss Mabel’s School for girls (and the books that follow.) I’m not a big fantasy reader, but these books I thought were beautifully written.
ECKO – THE MOST RANDOM BLOGGER/YOUTUBER YOU READ/WATCH
I’m going to actually tag Tasha for this one although random is the wrong word. I think diverse would be a better word – she has lots of different features and they create this beautifully varied blog that always has new posts to read – it really is a blog to follow.
Who Do You Tag?
As I haven’t seen this tag before I’m going to tag anyone that fancies taking part but make sure to comment me a link or tag me on twitter @littlebookblog1. Have a wonderful weekend lovely readers.