I Should Have Read That Book Tag: #BookTagTuesday

Hello, everyone!! Wazup? Reading any good books?

So for today’s tag, though I wasn’t technically tagged for it again, I thought I’d do it anyway.

I saw this tag at Julie’s blog One Book More.


A Book That a Certain Friend is Always Telling You to Read

I’m always being told to read Harry Potter…but, I know enough to know that I wouldn’t enjoy it!

A Book That’s Been on Your TBR Forever and Yet You Still Haven’t Read It

Probably A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas.

A Book in a Series You’ve Started, But Haven’t
Gotten Around to Finishing

The Bark of the Bog Owl series by Jonathan Rogers.

A Classic You’ve Always Liked the Sound of, But Have Never Actually Read

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain and Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte.

A Popular Book That it Seems Everyone But You Has Read

These Violent Delights by Chloe Gong and Fable by Adrienne Young.

A Book That Inspired a Film/TV Adaptation That You Really Love, But Just Haven’t Picked Up Yet

Hunger Games! It is only a matter of time people….

A Book You See All Over Instagram But Haven’t Picked Up Yet

These Violent Delights and Fable again. 😉


Well, that’s all for this tag! Hope you y’all enjoyed it! If you wish to do it, feel free!

What is a classic that you are eager to read? Feel free to leave a comment down below. Thanks for reading, everyone. God bless!

Ciao.

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28 thoughts on “I Should Have Read That Book Tag: #BookTagTuesday”

    1. No…and I don’t plan to…well, I might read the first book….but, I’ve heard enough to know I won’t like them. The fandom is cool…but the rest seems kinda dumb…not to mention how bad the movies are! *blech* Although you probs don’t agree with any of this…;)
      I can’t wait to read Tom Sawyer, though!! Thanks for reading, D!! xoxo

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      1. Oh, I started with the last book actually 😂, compared to that, I didn’t really like the first book either. I do agree the movies were terrible but the series is just so wholesome and lovely. I hope you give it a try soon!
        My pleasure!

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      2. What?! Haha! I can understand why some people like it…but I’d say “wholesome” is NOT the best word to describe it. A dark lord putting his spirit into a little girl in a “children’s book” is straight witchcraft.
        …I’m still confused as to why you started with the first book?! Haha!

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      3. That’s just a part in one book. The whole series is about good triumphing over evil, strength of family, friendship, love and sacrifice. And I read it when I was 12, everything seemed very interesting then😂
        It was the only one I had at home. I read the entire series backwards 😂

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    1. Many a reason….I’ll probably read the first book at some point, though…just to say that I’ve read it…but I’ve heard and observed enough about it to know that I wouldn’t like it that much. I have a huge argument that is always reading to be said on this subject…but, I doubt you have that kinda time. 😉 Thanks for reading, Nehal! xoxo

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