Most sequels are disappointing, but this one blew me away: Scarlet by Marissa Meyer.
Best Sequel Ever:
I always read several books as the same time, but the leader of the books is Amy Plum – If I should die.
Water or water with lemonade from Karvan Cevitam. My favorite is apple-berry. I actually don’t drink anything else.
Drink of Choice While Reading:
If I need to pick between them: physical books without any doubt. I love the feeling of books in my hand and the look of them on my shelves. But I don’t think I can live without my e-reader either. It’s so handy when it comes to traveling.
E-reader or Physical Book?
Difficult, because most characters I like are a bit older (Chaol from ToG, Duval from Grave Mercy) So I think I’m going for Augustus from The fault in our stars, because he is such a sweetheart.
Fictional Character You Probably Would Have Actually Dated In High School:
I wasn’t such a fan of Sci-Fi books, but Cinder from Marissa Meyer opened my eyes. I’m also not a huge contemporary reader, but The fault in our stars, Pretty girl thirteen and If you find me made me realize that I can enjoy it.
Glad You Gave This Book A Chance:
A.C Gaughen – Scarlet, I really don’t understand why this book is so unknown. It’s a great retelling about Robin Hood. Fairytales have been popular lately and this one is going to be a series, so I’m hoping for more attention.
Hidden Gem Book:
The first book I picked up when I was very young, because that was the moment my love for reading started. The day I gave Harry Potter a chance. The first time I read The book thief. Discovering Goodreads. Buying my first e-reader and now my Kobo. My whole reading life is made up out of important and special moments, that’s why I’m such a passionate reader.
Important Moment in your Reading Life:
Jenni James – Hansel and Gretel.
I have a feeling I’m open for a lot of new things, but I won’t be reading New Adult books and erotica. That’s just not my type of thing. There is nothing wrong with sex in books, but I don’t want the focus there.
Kinds of Books You Won’t Read:
I believe The passage from Justin Cronin with 994 pages.
Longest Book You’ve Read:
I’m going to have to agree with Judith: still Harry Potter.
Major book hangover because of:
Well, that depends on how you count. I have one huge bookcase that covers my entire wall and it’s made out of different pieces (I believe a Billy from Ikea) I have 4 big ones with 4 smaller ones on top of it. My desk and clothing closet are from now on also bookcases, because I have piles there – they don’t fit anymore, haha.
Number of Bookcases You Own:
One Book You Have Read Multiple Times:I am a re-reader and there are several books I re-read often. The book thief from Markus Zusak, the books from Juliet Marillier and Harry Potter from J.K Rowling.
In bed. I have many pillows and I throw them all in one corner.
Preferred Place To Read:
Hmmm, difficult. I collect quotes and I think almost every book has at least one beautiful sentence. For now, I’m going to stick with Tiger Lily from Jodi Lynn Anderson, because this book was one of the first last year that made me cry. And since I’m very much in love with my boyfriend, I’ll pick one that describes love:
Quote that inspires you/gives you all the feels from a book you’ve read:
“To love someone was not what she had expected. It was like falling from somewhere high up and breaking in half, and only one person having the secret to the puzzle of putting her back together.”