It’s been quite a long time since I’ve done a Tag Thursday, and since I haven’t been tagged by anyone particularly, I just picked a Tag I wanted to do out of those I’ve seen 😉
Also I will change my policy towards tagging, as I won’t pick people to do tags anymore, thus giving you all the choice of either getting yourself tagged, or ignoring completely. Because it’s really hard to keep a track of people you already tagged at previous memes.
So, let’s get onto this tag I picked from Beth @Reading Every Night!
Rapid Fire Book Tag
eBook or Physical Book?
Physical books all the way. Although I really like how eBooks are convenient to carry when you are, for instance, traveling, but I’m still for physicals, because it doesn’t give me a headache like sometimes my Kindle give.
Paperback or Hardback?
Ohhh, I like both, but the special feeling of holding a hardcover is irreplaceable.
Online or In-Store Book Shopping?
In-store. When I go to the bookstore, I can pick any book with an interesting blurb, open at random page and read a little bit to consider whether it compliments the blurb, or I shouldn’t waste my money on something not very promising.
Trilogies or Series?
No matter how much I love Harry Potter series, but trilogies for me. Just enough information to endure and adjust. But if the trilogy is not enough to understand the whole world going on in the book, then I’m all in for series.
Heroes or Villains?
How about both?
A Book You Want Everyone to Read?
My opinion won’t change until everyone will talk about this book:
The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov
Recommend an Underrated Book?
Just pick any Russian classics, except for War and Peace, Anna Karenina, or basically exclude everything Lev Tolstoy.
The Last Book You Finished?
A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas. Expect lots of crying soon.
The Last Book You Bought?
Newest edition of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find them by J.K. Rowling a.k.a. Newt Scamander 😀
Weirdest Thing You’ve Used as a Bookmark?
My cat? 😀
Used Books: Yes or No?
I’d rather say no than yes, but if that’s book that is hard to find in “new” condition, then I can go with used, only if it’s not falling apart, of course.
Top Three Favourite Genres?
Magical realism. Urban Fantasy. YA fantasy.
Borrow or Buy?
Buy, definitely buy.
Characters or Plot?
Plot. Although, of course, both things are very important.
Long or Short Books?
Middle length. It really depends on what you mean by long and short. Short can be 150 pages, and also can be 300 pages.
Long or Short Chapters?
Short. Handy when you read at night time, and suddenly you want to sleep.
Name the First Three Books You Think of…
Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones
A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas
Caraval by Stephanie Garber
Books that Make You Laugh or Cry?
I’d prefer cry. I need those emoooootions.
Our World or Fictional Worlds?
Fictional, of course. You think why I’m so fond of fantasy genre?
Audiobooks: Yes or No?
No. Although I somehow managed to listen to Stars Above by Marissa Meyer.
Do You Ever Judge a Book by its Cover?
Book to Movie or Book to TV Adaptations?
A Movie or TV-Show You Preferred to its Book?
Stardust movie to Stardust book by Neil Gaiman
Series or Standalones?
Series. I always need MOAR. Especially if the world is so awesome one book is not enough to feature it all.
I hoped you enjoyed my today’s tag!
Warning for all of you guys: I finished reading ACOMAF, and a huge, huge review is coming all the way to all of you, with lots of feelings, CAPSLOCK, and probably gifs. Be ready.
See you soon!