Mary and the Words is where I found this tag. There is a chance I may not have found the cover in. There really wasn’t really rules in this tag. It was pretty much just answering the questions. Let’s see what I can come up with. I will add one rules: tag 5+ people.
first book in your collection | last book you bought
Of the books on my shelf, most likely belonging to the Percy Jackson: The Olympians. I had those books since middle school.
Last book I bought: what I can think of belongs to the first two Nevermoor books.
a book with a male protagonist | a book with a female protagonist
I automatically thought of the Shades of Magic series- Kell is our male main character.
With Female main character- I thought of the Spinning Silver character. The main character is Miryem- I loved her a lot.
cheap book | an expensive book—–this is tough.
Cheap book- going with Nicholas Nickleby. I bought it at at an used bookstore. Expensive book- while I didn’t buy it, I believe A Christmas Treasury was expensive.
book you read fast | a book that took you a long time to read– this is quickly.
Tom Sawyer is a book I read quickly. It took me about four months to read Nicholas Nickleby
pretty cover | ugly cover—–well I have read of books with a pretty cover, but barely with with an ugly cover. Turns out my Nicholas Nickleby cover is an ugly cover
a national book | an international book——-well mostly read books outside of the US.
At least I found something.
a thin book | a thick book—–
Well, one of the thinnest book I own is “The Day World Came to Town”. Those who know the Come From Away story would know that book. This is the book that musical is based off. A thick book would be Les Misérables.The only way to include this belongs to the musical.
romantic book | action book—this is a struggle
Romantic book- this is a struggle. Barley read romantic books and struggle with noticing romance in books. Actually, I can think of one that I love, which is The Princess Bride
It is a book you will always love. Romance, Miracles, Action, Memorable Lines, etc…..Believe it or not, the movie is very faithful to the book. T
Action book- what came to mind first was the Lord of the Rings Trilogy.That is especially true in the last two films.
a fiction book | a nonfiction book———-I read a lot of fiction.
a book that made you happy | a book that made you sad——-lots of books made me happy. Yes, I had to use a picture from of the musical of Les Mis to explain this.