1. Pick a number.
2. Go to your bookshelf and count that many books until you reach your number. Answer the question with that book.
3. Count the same number of books from where you left off and answer the next question.
4. Repeat until you finish the survey
If you land on a book you haven’t read yet pick the closest book to the left that you have read and then count on from there for the next question.
* So here’s my book closet. I stacked my books so there are more books behind the ones in the picture, but I don’t want to dig them up so I’m only using these ones in front. I also have books in the other door, but I haven’t read them so I don’t think they’ll serve the purpose.
The number: 8
I think this is the UK cover, and I honestly like it because it matches my copy of Attachments. It doesn’t show off much of Eleanor though.
This is an exciting and fun read with characters that have special abilities. It was truly thrilling and I loved it!
I got this from Fully Booked, our local bookstore. I bought it simple because I wanted to read the whole series because the covers were so pretty and the whole idea was so interesting. The characters are people from theatre plays, and I always enjoy watching those.
Hmmm. I think I like Tris because she’s the main character, and she grew a lot in this book, but I definitely love Four too. He’s sweet, brave, and all that. I love him as a book boyfriend.
I’m not really sure who would like this, but this is one of my favorite books of all time, and I would definitely recommend it to everyone.
I was really excited for the release of this book, but I read it about a week after its release. So that was around March this year. I read all the novellas and prior books before reading this one.
Hmmm. I read this book a really long time ago so I do not remember much. Plus it’s hard to remember when you’re living hundreds of lives. I do however remember a giant man dressed like a bunny or cupid or something. I don’t remember what it was, but it was funny for a large man. He was a friend of Norah too so he was pretty nice.
‘I spotted him the first time walking down the hallway. And then I spotted him at the drinking fountan – and I thought to myself, “Now there’s a tall drink of water…getting a drink of water.”‘
I actually searched for it myself after reading Be More Chill, which Ned Vizzini also wrote. After that, I just fell in love with him and wanted to read his other works.
Oh, I would never dare. This cover is just so perfect for me. It’s one of the main reasons I love this book. I think it’s perfect as it shows Bertie with her blue hair, and her little sidekick fairies. The story revolves around them.
Hmmm. Does the villain count? Because he was a horrible and freaky man. Plus he really scared the hell out of me.
Hmmm. This was a Sci-Fi book so something like it, I guess. I haven’t really read a lot of books that happens around space so I’m not sure. Maybe Starters by Lissa Price because they both wake up in this situation they don’t know much about and then they’re thrust into a world of trouble or something.
EVERYTHING! Because I love the book that much~ Actually, there’s nothing very special about it because it’s all text and standard format and whatnot. I do, however, really love the cover, the story, the sylphs, and the main characters.
The Seven Kingdoms. I’m not really sure if I would want to live in a place where they take advantage of other people’s special abilities. Maybe it would be okay if I had to live in Lienid, where they treat each other equally. But all the other places aren’t so nice.
“For Papa” That’s pretty much all it says~