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Rapid Fire Book Tag

A book tag that has been doing the rounds on YouTube is the Rapid Fire Book Tag which was created by Kate at GirlReading and it is one that I really enjoy watching so wanted to answer the questions myself. Without further ado, let's get started...


- E-Book or Physical Book? 

Physical Book. But I like E-Books because I tend to read them quicker than paperbacks. 


- Paperback or Hardback?


Paperback because they are just easier to read than a hardback. 


- Online or In-Store Book Shopping?


Both because you can get cheap books online and in store. 


- Trilogies or Series?


Trilogies because I am really terrible at completing series in general so series are just too long. 


- Heroes or Villains?


Heroes because I have never been a fan of villains they are evil for a reason.


- A book you want everyone to read?


The Opposite of Loneliness: Essays and StoriesThe Opposite of Loneliness by Marina Keegan because it is a great book but not many people have read it. 














- Recommend an underrated book?

Radio SilenceRadio Silence by Alice Oseman. Just a great diverse book.















- The last book you finished?


The Memory BookThe Memory Book by Lara Avery which is a really good but heartbreaking book already out in America but not in the UK until 2017.












- The Last Book You Bought? 

BlameBlame by Simon Mayo? I don't know it has been a while since I brought a book as I have been on a book buying ban. 














- Weirdest Thing You've Used as a Bookmark?

I often use my own arm as a bookmark so probably that.



- Used Books: Yes or No?


YES! Not all of us can buy books full price. 


- Top Three Favourite Genres?


Contemporary, Fantasy, Dystopia 


- Borrow or Buy?


Buy. I used to have a great library near me but I tried to go to my local library and it is not that good...


- Characters or Plot?

I often feel like characters make a bad plot better so characters.


- Long or Short Books?

Short books because they are fast to read and often get you out of a book slump. 

- Long or Short Chapters?

Short Chapters because they make me feel like I am reading faster and I just like them. 

- Name The First Three Books You Think Of...

The Maze Runner, Am I Normal Yet?, Twilight

- Books That Makes You Laugh or Cry?

Books That Make Me Laugh as a book has never made me cry.

- Our World or Fictional Worlds?

Books with fictional worlds set in our world.

- Audiobooks: Yes or No?

I have not really tried to listen to audiobooks so No I guess. 

- Do You Ever Judge a Book by its Cover?

I want to say No but I guess we all do from time to time!

- Book to Movie or Book to TV Adaptations? 

Book To Movie because out of the two they just tend to be better.

- A Movie or TV-Show You Preferred to its Book? 

The Spectacular Now

- Series or Standalone's? 

Standalones as like previously said I am terrible at series.

So that was the Rapid Fire Book Tag. If you want to do this tag, then I tag you to do. 

See you soon, 

Amy

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