So I’ve finally gotten some free time to myself (after, like, forever…), and I wanted to post something here (after exactly a month. One. whole. month. How sad is that? 😦 ). And since I was (am) feeling reeeeal sleepy, this tag came to mind. I was tagged to do this book tag by the wonderful Tasha @ Head in the Clouds, Heart in the Books and Erika @ Erika in Bookventureland. They’re both awesome people with awesome blogs, so you should totally go give them a visit!
Let’s move on with the tag now, shall we? 😀
1. A Book That Kept You Up All Night Reading
I actually read far more at night than during the day, so most of the books I’ve read will actually fit into this category. But one book comes to my mind that literally did not allow me to sleep, even after I’d finished it. I was tossing around in my bed, trying desperately not to reach for the sequel that was lying just beside me. Can anyone guess which book this was?
Well, the book was…
Kind of expected, no? 😉
2. A Book That Made You Scared To Sleep
Ha! I’ve grown up reading horror, so there’s rarely a book that gets me that scared. However, there is one book that seriously got me scared. Like, scared to go to sleep, scared to walk around in the daylight, scared to even step outside the safety of my home…
Yes, I am aware that I am mentioning this book for probably the fifty-seventh time on my blog, but Living Dead Girl by Elizabeth Scott seriously gave me the chills. Go on, give it a read… but you have been warned.
3. A Book That Made You Go To Sleep
No offence, but I honestly felt that Allegiant had a lot of unnecessary things going on in it. It was like Veronica Roth had written the book just for the sake of writing it, not to bring out a story that was interesting enough to read. After Divergent, I just had very high expectations for the remaining two books; sadly, they seemed to go downhill from there. While Insurgent was still okay, Allegiant was just meh.
4. A Book That Left You Tossing and Turning All Night in Anticipation of its Release
I remember I had SO many theories for this one book (one theory actually involved Sirius coming back to life… why, oh why, could that not happen? 😥 )
On a different note, HAS ANYONE SEEN THE NEW HP COVERS??!! They’re gorgeous!!!! ❤
(Seriously, when I saw them at the bookstore, I became a super-excited fangirl trying to jump around like a kangaroo. Even with my hands clamped tightly on my mouth, the squeals were loud enough that everyone in my vicinity turned around to give me odd stares. Except an old gentleman who was browsing through the non-fiction section. He just smiled and shook his head at me. I guess he understood my state of mind at that moment. 😛 )
5. A Book That Has Your Dream Boyfriend
Will Herondale, I’m all yours. ❤
6. A Book That Would Be Your Worst Nightmare to Live In
Fighting in the Hunger Games for two consecutive years, and then (if I even survive, that is. Chances are about minus five.) fighting a war of that intensity… I can’t imagine anything that could possibly be scarier than that.
7. A Book That Reminds You of Night-time
Night-time, did you say? 😀
8. A Book That Had a Nightmarish Cliffhanger
Let’s just say that Rick Riordan takes ‘cliffhangers’ way too literally…
9. A Book That You Actually Dreamed About
I don’t remember what exactly the dream was about, but I do remember that it had Jace in it. (*does an mental swoon*)
10. A Book Monster that You Would Not Want to Find Under Your Bed
The Basilisk, without a doubt. Or Medusa. I mean, all I’d have to do is look… and I’d be dead.
So that’s the bedtime book-tag, guys. Like I said, I’m waaay too sleepy to tag anyone right now, but feel free to have a go at it if you like! Don’t forget to link back, coz I’d definitely be checking out all your answers!
For now, wish me sweet dreams, okay? 😛