Hopefully, you guys enjoyed my first Bookish Book Tag as it took a while for me to answer those very random, but detailed questions. Here are the final 30 questions to the original 50 question book tag. Enjoy!
21.) Who is your favourite character in a book series?
Juliette Ferrars (Aka Ella Sommers) or Aelin Galathynius
22.) Has a book ever transported you somewhere else?
Yes! Almost all novels I have read have taken me there if I am in the flow, but that can be easily disrupted.
23.) Which book do you wish had a sequel?
‘Burning‘ by Danielle Rollins; ‘Land‘ by Alex Campbell: & ‘Nightfall‘ by Jake Halpern and Peter Kuawinski
24.) Which book do you wish DIDN’T have a sequel?
I am not actually sure. If I believe the novel ended perfectly on the first one, I won’t seek out the second. So I am entirely unsure of a novel to name for this question.
25.) How long does it take you to read a book?
It depends on the type of mood and the type of novel. If I am in a really good mood with an enticing novel, I can smash out a novel in a few hours to a day (Average length 350-450 words). However, if these variables are not present then it can take up to weeks or months for me to complete a novel.
26.) Do you like when books become movies?
I do actually, I get quite excited when I see a novel I love being represented on screen- the characters and scenes coming to life. However, I hate when they change key parts of the novel- or even characters entirely! (Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children).
27.) Which book was ruined by its movie adaptation?
I am not sure actually, I get really tentative to watch novel adapted movies and it has even the slightest negative rating.
28.) Which movie has done a book justice?
The Girl with All the Gifts by Gemma Arterton. I believe it was such a beautifully adapted movie, with scenes directly from the novel.
29.) Do you read newspapers?
No, definitely not.
30.) Do you read magazines?
Not really, actually. No.
31.) Do you prefer newspapers or magazines?
Out of both of them, it would have to be magazines.
32.) Do you read while in bed?
Yes! Of course, it is my favourite place to read.
33.) Do you read while on the toilet?
Disgusting! I cannot fathom bringing a beloved book into a disgusted, germ-ridden environment.
34.) Do you read while in the car?
No, I get wickedly sick!
35.) Do you read while in the bath?
Sadly I am unable to use our bath, so no, I do not.
36.) Are you a fast reader?
I believe I can be!
37.) Are you a slow reader?
38.) Where is your favourite place to read?
On the porch swing outside!
39.) Is it hard for you to concentrate when you read?
No, it isn’t hard for me to concentrate unless I have a significant amount of stimuli around me. Then it is quite difficult. Otherwise, no.
40.) Do you need a room to be silent while you read?
No, I don’t, but it is quite preferable.
41.) Who gave you your love for reading?
My mother! She loves to read (When she gets the chance or motivation) and has raised me with the love for it too.
42.) What book is next on your list to read?
‘Fated‘ by Alex Verus and ‘The Last Balfour‘ by Cait Duggan
43.) When did you start to read chapter books?
In primary school, when we were in our reading session time and were required to read a novel, every other child would gather the most interesting but tiny novels, meanwhile, I would find the largest.
44.) Who is your favourite children’s book author?
J.K Rowling for her Harry Potter Novels
45.) Which author would you most want to interview?
Definitely Lynette Noni; Sarah J. Maas; or Tahereh Mafi
46.) Which author do you think you would be friends with?
I am unsure, to be honest. I would love to be friends with Lynette Noni or Sarah J. Maas
47.) What book have you reread the most?
I personally don’t like re-reading novels. I prefer to keep my initial reaction my only reaction, so I don’t ruin my first impression of the novel. Is that weird? Probably, but it works for me.
48.) Which books do you consider “classics?”
Novels such as ‘To Kill a Mocking Bird‘, ‘The Great Gatsby‘ or ‘The HandMaids Tale‘.
49.) Which books do you think should be taught in every school?
I am unsure, as I did not have a proper schooling environment so I wouldn’t know what type of books schools are looking for. I did, however, read ‘Wonder‘ in my school, and if it wasn’t taught in every school, it should be.
50.) Which books should be banned from all schools?
I can’t actually think of any novel that should be banned. I suppose any novel that has inappropriate content within, but on the other hand, it does open up the school to discuss these matters. So I am very conflicted.
Thank you for reading the final segment of this 50 Question Bookish Booktag! Hopefully, you found some of these questions interesting, and if you’d like me to answer some more- go comment down below or head to my Instagram and comment away!