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The Desert Island Book Tag

 This is the first time that I have been asked to do a tag for my blog and I am super excited about it. Thanks Haley (haleysprout.wordpress.com) for the tag!


 

1- Water: A Book You Can’t Live Without

Oh gosh… the book I can’t live without would have to be my very loved (and falling apart) copy of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by the Queen herself, J.K. Rowling. This book is the reason that I started seriously reading for pleasure. I don’t know what I would do without The Boy Who Lived and the rest of the characters in the series who taught me so much and are responsible for who I am today.

2- Food: A Book That is a Close Second on Your Favourites List

I really loved The Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare. I believe that this was the second series that I read after finishing the Harry Potter series. I think that I would bring with me any of the last three books. I really enjoyed the “ending” novel to the series, City of Heavenly Fire.

3- Shelter: A Book That Makes You Feel at Home and Safe

This would probably have to be anything by John Green or Nicholas Sparks. When I don’t feel like I have anything else to read these are the authors I turn to.

4- Flare Gun: A Book You Would Recommend to Someone Who Doesn’t Read

I always recommend Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone to everyone. It holds a special place in my heart always as being the book that got me into reading.

5- Fire Matches: A Book That Warms Your Heart

One of my favorite books that warms my heart is Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. I feel like Cath is similar to me in someways. The book just makes me so happy. I’m glad that I finally got the chance to read it over the summer for the first time.

6- Compass: A Book That Directed You to Your Love of Reading

I’ve already answered this with two of the other questions but Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling gets all the credit for my love of reading. I was captivated from the very first sentence of the book and I have been hooked on reading ever since. I actually used to get in trouble as a kid for staying up past my bed time reading.

I tag anyone who wishes to participate in this tag 🙂

Happy reading bookwyrms!

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