My week has been incredibly boring, hence the book tag rather than a Sunday Post. This is one of the tags that I’ve had the questions written down for a couple of months but forgot to note who’s blog I found it on. Anyway, here goes!
1. A book that kept you up all night.
I devoured both ACOTAR and ACOMAF; I read them both when I was still back at uni when I had lectures the next morning at 9am so I had to force myself to go to sleep at about 4am.
2. A book that made you too scared to sleep.
The Shining was hands down the scariest book I’ve ever read! I’d definitely recommend it though, Stephen King is fantastic.
3. A book that made you go to sleep.
People dislike me for this but I found these books to be so incredibly boring. I understand how they appeal to other people but they’re not for me.
4. A book that left you tossing and turning all night in anticipation of its release.
I absolutely adore this series and I was very eagerly anticipating the release of the final book; I love it when books/series have a good ending and for me, this book was perfect.
5. A book that has your dream boy/girlfriend ship of two separate books.
I honestly have absolutely no idea what to write for this one! I had a look in the blogosphere and found that Cait @ Paper Fury had some great answers!
6. A book that would be your worst nightmare to live in.
Everything about this book is absolute chaos and while I love it as a book, it would be my worst nightmare to live in.
7. A book that reminds you of night time.
Everything that goes on in this book belongs at night time, all the sneaking around is easier when you have the darkness to hide behind!
8. A book that had a nightmare cliffhanger.
I read and reviewed this one a short while ago (review here) and was left needing to know how everything plays out!
9. A book you actually dreamed about.
I dream about Harry Potter all the time, as I’m sure everyone else does. However, my most recent book-related dream was last night and it was about The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern (review here), much like the book it was weird and wonderful.
10. A book monster you wouldn’t want to find under your bed.
Aragog. Spiders are a big no-no, if I woke up and found him under my bed I would run for the high bloody hills.
And that’s all for today’s post! I tag anyone and everyone who wants to do this post, if you’ve already done it then post a link in the comments, I’d love to have a look!