๐Ÿ“šThe opposite book tag!๐Ÿ“š

Hello friends, I’m here again this time with the opposite book tag! I can’t remember where I saw this so if you do know the original creator please let me know so I can tag their blog.

Q – First in my collection and last book I brought.

The first book in my collection is my Chronicles of Narnia series and the last book I brought was If I can’t Have You by Charlotte Levin.

Q – A cheap book and an expensive book.

The cheapest book is one of my charity shop ones, it’s Crescendo by Becca Fitzpatrick and it was 50p. And the most expensive book on my shelf is my hardback copy of Midnight Sun.

Q – A book with a male protagonist and one with a female protagonist.

Male – Thirteen by Steve Cavanagh. Female – The End of Mr Y by Scarlett Thomas.

Q – A book you read fast and one that took you long to read.

One that I read fast is Percy Jackson and the Lightning thief and one that took me forever to read was The Final Empire by Brandon Sanderson. (Absolutely no hate on that book, I loved it I just took soooo long to get into it haha).

Q – Pretty cover and ugly cover.

Pretty cover is Landline by Rainbow Rowell and ugly cover is The Canal Boat Cafe at Christmas by Cressida McLaughlin.

I don’t really have any books with ugly covers so I’ve just picked one that is my least favourite instead. I love the colours of Landline they’re so simple and work really well!

Q – A national book and an international book.

I don’t really think I have any to include for this one!

Q – A thin book and a thick book.

A thin book is my copy of Psycho by Robert Bloch and a thick book is IT by Stephen King.

Q – Fiction book and a non-fiction book.

The Chain by Adrian McKinty (fiction) and Very British Problems by Rob Temple (non-fiction). I picked these 2 because they are both red so I wanted to have matchy matchy ones!

Q – Very (way too) romantic book and action book.

Taken: Captive Romance by Esme Devlin. (I don’t read many action books so I picked this one instead) It Came From The Multiplex: 80s Midnight Chillers by various authors.

Q – A book that made you happy and one that made you sad.

One that made me happy is The Scam List by Kurt Dinan and one that made me sad is New Moon by Stephenie Meyer.

As always if you want to take part consider yourself tagged and be sure to let me know if you do so I can check out your post!

Until next time, Em xxx

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