The Reread Book Tag: #BookTagTuesday

Hallo, everyone!! Welcome to another book tag Tuesday.

I found this tag on The Sassy Fox.

Rules:


A Childhood Favorite you Could Read a 100 Times:

Click the image to view this book in Goodreads.

Little Women by Lousia May Alcott.

A Book you DNFed but Would be Willing to Give a Second Chance:

I don’t think I’ve ever DNFed a book….

A Newer Favorite you Would Reread:

The Weaver Trilogy by Lindsay A. Franklin.

A Book you Hated and Never Want to Read Again:

Um…..Black Beach by Olivia Rana.

A Classic you Read in School but Want to Try Again:

Well, I read Pride & Prejudice in school and LOVED it, yet I want to read it again.

An Author you Would Reread Anything From:

Andrew Peterson, currently.

A Series you Want to Read for the Fun of it:

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. I know the story from the movies, yet I still want to read the books…even though I’ve heard a couple of them aren’t that good.

A Series you Want to Reread for an Adaption:

Haha! I accidentally already said in the last prompt.

A Book you’ve Read but Want to Listen to the Audio book:

I don’t like audio books…only audio dramas.


So…that was pretty fun! If any of y’all want to do this tag, feel free!

What do you think is the best book-to-movie adaption you’ve seen? Cause I’m always on the look out for good ones! Let me know in the comments.

God bless you!

Ciao.

Be who you are and say what you think because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.

Dr. Seuss

16 thoughts on “The Reread Book Tag: #BookTagTuesday”

      1. Of course! Haha, I just didn’t approve of the violence very much, I understand it made the book incredible but I wasn’t accustomed to that kind at that time😂 But Katniss is definitely one of my favourite characters!

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    1. Hey, the way I look at it is, when I don’t like a popular book, I don’t have to worry about falling into the “stereotypical” trap. Not that liking a popular book puts ya there, but I tend to feel it does at times. 😉 Thanks for reading, Meg!

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  1. Wow, you’ve never DNF’ed a book? That’s impressive! I DNF books all the time. Also, I remember reading Pride and Prejudice is high school too and it definitely reads differently now when I read it as an adult. It’s one of my favorite classics!

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    1. Mehhhhh…..:( There are some okay (ish) ones…and I know they are a time saver…but, they are just kinda cringy to me…Also, I’m kinda bad at paying attention to any sort of audio stuff…Haha! Thanks! Feel free to do it if you so wish.

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