Today I would like to do to another tag for you. This time it's 'The song title book tag'.
You have 10 songs by different artists and in different genres and match them with a book.
1 - Guns N' Roses - November Rain - Pick a book with a sad/tragic ending.
I think this one will be picked by a lot of people, but I'm going to choose it anyway: The Fault in Our Stars.
2 - Queen - Another One Bites the Dust - Pick a book which a lot of killing in it.
For this song I'm going to go with Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers. This story is about a handmaiden of Death, so it's pretty normal that a lot of characters die.
3 - Britney Spears - Oops!... I did it again - Pick a book you read more than twice.
I've reread the first four Harry Potter books multiple times for a paper I wrote for my English class and my dissertation. I have reread books 5 and 6 twice but I've only read the last book once. I really want to reread the entire series soon :-)
4 - Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here - Your currently most anticipated book.
For this I'm going with three books:
And last but not least: Nowhere But Here
5 - Florence + the Machine - No light, no light - Pick a book that was just so bad you'd like to lock it away in a dark corner and never look at it ever again.
I didn't have to think very hard on this one: Dreaming Anastasia by Joy Preble. Actually, I'm going with the whole series. That's why I got rid of them in my unhaul. I kind of enjoyed the first two books, but I really didn't like the third one and it's affecting the whole series.
6 - Skylar Grey - Final Warning - Pick a book with a kick ass protagonist you'd not want to piss off.
I think a lot of people are going to say this, but I'm picking Throne of Glass. I wouldn't want to piss off Calaena.
Come to think of it, I might also add Ismae from Grave Mercy because she is handmaiden of Death, so I think I would want to stay in her good books :-)
7 - My Chemical Romance - I'm not Okay - Pick a book that deals with a hard topic like loss or bullying.
I read Wonder for the Anti-Bully Readathon hosted by Sarah Churchill. This book is about a young boy who was born with a facial deformity. Since he is only just starting school, he has to deal with bullying because of his appearance.
8 - Linkin Park - Breaking the Habit - Pick a book you read which was outside of your usual comfort zone yet you still enjoyed reading.
I'm not going to choose a specific book for this one, but rather a genre. I only started reading (YA) contemporary last year, because I always thought that contemporary stories were fluffy love stories. But I have to admit this isn't the case at all - or I should say: all the time.
9 - Troye Sivan - Happy little Pill - Pick a book that makes you happy.
Welcome to Rosie Hopkins' Sweetshop of Dreams. I've always been kind of a sweet tooth and when I saw this book I immediately felt intrigued by the storyline. It's so nice to read about the different sweets and how they intertwine with the story - both in the present and the past. I really enjoyed this book and it made me happy. (I have to admit that I didn't know all the sweets that are mentioned in this book and I still need to look them up.)
10 - Ladyhawk - Dusk Till Dawn - Pick a book you read in one night/sitting.
Eleanor and Park. I started reading this book at 7.30 a.m. and finished it at around 1 p.m. This book was so good and captivating, I just couldn't put it down.
Let me know in the comments if you've read any of these books or what your most anticipated release is.
Bye for now