Me and other book blogger created questions for each other and here are her answer.
What’s your favourite childhood book?
- The big book of tashi
Thinking back about this book I don’t have any bad memories. I was always entranced with the many adventures and I would try and read the bind up in one sitting when possible. It is a book I would really like to go back to and read again.
A cover that has your favourite colour on it?
- Harry Potter and the Philosophers stone – Slytherin edition
I really like green and the shade in combination with this book is magnifique
Your favourite bookmark?
Your favourite best friend in a book?
- Armin from Attack on Titan
He isn’t anyone’s favourite character but he would be an amazing friend. He is such a massive book nerd. And his strategic abilities is beyond compare
A book that you loved in 2017?
- Shoot Down the Wendy Bird A collection of Flash Fiction and Poetry by Julie Zantopolis
This book is different to anything I had ever read prior to 2017. I couldn’t put it down and the author was able to make me attached to the characters so quickly that I cried when anything bad happened
A book that you read from your least favourite genre?
- Six Stories by Matt Wesolowski
I am a massive baby, I can’t handle horror or thriller. I am that person that has to watch things like barbie after a movie that not everyone would consider scary to begin with. This book had me on edge and I had to know what happened, urging me on to keep reading regardless of how scared I was
A diverse book?
- Binti by Nnedi Okorafor
This novella is extremely impactful even though it is so short. It follows Binit, a person of colour and the first Himba person to ever be accepted into Oomza University. This book was full of twist and turns that I could not anticipate
A book that you thought you won’t like but you enjoyed?
- The fault in our stars by John Green
I am a fantasy lover through and through, so when I was presented with the option to read a contemporary, well I didn’t have high expectations. It turned out after reading this book that I was in love with the characters and I couldn’t help but feeling a wide range of emotions. I even ended up bawling my eyes out at the end
A book that you hated but loved its main character?
- The Right Moves by Emma Hart
Now I hated this book because of it’s portrayal of mental health and its appalling use of it as a plot device. However Abbi Jenkins shows promise and character development in this very cheesy romance novel. I can’t say that I loved her completely but she was the only character that fit this questions. I honestly don’t recommend this installment in the series.
A book that is written in your country?
- My Place by Sally Morgan
This book is written by an Australian and is set in Australia. This biography details the authors life growing up and discovering many new things about her and her family. This is a moving story that details Australian history.
A book that you can’t stop talking about?
- The book thief by Markus Zusak
I will admit that I am due for a reread of this book. But I absolutely loved it and I recommend it to as many people as I can. I know it’s not for everyone, but I hope people at least try it out