I haven’t been tagged for this, but I have decided to do this anyway.
I saw it on booktube of course, in the channel of bookables
It looked like a lot of fun, and I thought it would be an alternation to all my review posts :)
There are questions asked suitable for different tastes of ice cream. It sounds like a lot of fun, so I will do that now :)
1. Peanut Butter
A Long Book Series you want to read but won’t:
Probably “A wizard of earthsea” series by Ursula K. Le Guin, because I once had to read a book from her for a seminar at university, namely “The Left Hand of Darkness”, and I absolutely disliked the book after the first 50 pages or so. I just couldn’t get along with her writing style. It was sooo boring and it felt so clumsy to me. So I will definitely not read any series by her, even if the books are quite short. NO. NEVER.
A book you can read over and over again:
Definitely each and every book in the Harry Potter Series :)
A book with a green cover:
A book with the cutest romance:
Hmmm, that’s hard. The taste really fits to the question, but I had to look through my goodreads shelves because I seldom read romance novels :D But it’s probably Hunting and Gatherin by Anna Gavalda. That book was also quite sad, but it had a cute side to it as well :)
A book with a sour ending:
Definitely Mockingjay. I HATED that ending, and I also didn’t like the book itself. It was a huge disappointment, especially when compared with its two forerunners.
A children’s book you like:
The Chronicles of Narnia. Definitely the best children’s book which is not a comic. For me, the series is such a beautiful masterpiece in itself, that whole world that Lewis created has influenced so many later children’s works. This series is also one of those that I wish to own.
Your favourite classic:
Oh, this is sooo hard! Since I am an english student, I have to read a lot of classics for seminars. Amongst my favourites are Pride and Prejudice, Lolita, 1984, and Brave New World. But I think the book that appealed to me the most was The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
8. Whipped Cream
A very long book you read fast:
Probably Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix which I read in 3 days. Also the first two books of 1Q84 by Haruki Murakami (over 1000 pages) which I also read in only 3 or 4 days.
This is already the end of the Ice Cream Book Tag. I had a lot of fun, and I hope that you also enjoyed reading this post. If you want to share your books, just leave a comment or copy the post and do it yourself as well :)
Thanks for reading!