Hello lovely readers, I read through this book tag that Sara @ The Bibliophagist posted about and it looked fun so I decided to do a post about it myself. Thanks for sharing Sara. Feel free to join in on the fun!
- Thank the person who tagged you, and link back to their post.
- Link to the creator’s blog.
This was originally created by Beth from Books Nest.
- Answer the questions below.
- Tag 10 others to take part.
A book that a certain friend always tells you to read
This one is a bit tricky for me since most of my friends aren’t big readers and I have read most of what they’ve said they liked. So, I’m going to put one down that I just read after being pestered for months about it.
The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss
I will admit I was extremely skeptical about reading this book. Why? I’m not quite sure. The summary interested me, but it seemed very much like traditional, European-based medieval fantasy. In a lot of ways that’s true, but the writing is so good that I really enjoyed it.
A book that has been on your TBR forever, and yet you still haven’t picked it up
It’s Not Like It’s a Secret by Misa Sugiura
I saw it. I feel like I could enjoy it. I haven’t gotten it. My list of unread books is piling up and I guess I just haven’t felt the pull enough to go out of my way to get this book.
A book in a series you have started, but haven’t gotten round to finishing
The Kingdom of Copper by S. A. Chakraborty
I loved The City of Brass. I pre-ordered this book I was so excited about it coming out, but I don’t know I just never have gotten around to actually reading it.
A classic you have always liked the sound of, but never actually read
War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy
I head a lot that this book is A LOT to handle, but I’m also intrigued by it. I think there’s a lot going on there that I’d be interested in reading.
The Tale of Genji by Murasaki Shikibu (maybe?)
This is the oldest novel found in Japan. I love Japanese history and I’ve really wanted to read this, but it is a beast of a book and every time I look at it I get a bit intimidated.