All right, so I watched a few booktubers do this (ie. 1book1review), and I thought it was really cool. However, I’m not going to put my face on camera (any of me, including my voice, actually). I refuse. So, I’m writing it! :D
AND I TAG YOU.
- Diabetes: a book that’s too sweet or really sweet.
Because, it’s adorable. I didn’t think it was TOO sweet, just the right amount of sweet. I also picked this because I didn’t want to go for something like Anna and the French Kiss or Lola and the Boy Next Door (by Stephanie Perkins), since those seem like obvious choices.
Paperback, 268 pages
Published October 2006 by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
- Chicken Pox: a book that you’ve read once, and will never pick up again.
Because I just don’t feel the needs to read it again. I don’t even really remember what happens in it, either.
Hardcover, 288 pages
Published March 19th 2009 by Viking Juvenile
- Influenza: the flu; a contagious book that spreads like a virus.
Because everyone seemed to be reading it.
Hardcover, 487 pages
Published May 3rd 2011 by Katherine Tegen Books (first published April 28th 2011)
- The cycle: a book you read every month, year, or often.
Because I always seem to go back to it. I re-read my favorite parts, most of the time, and put it back in its shelf. This also seems to happen a lot with the Percy Jackson series.
Hardcover, 383 pages
Published June 16th 2009 by Viking Juvenile (first published June 1st 2009)
- Insomnia: a book that kept you up all night.
I picked two because, honestly, this happens to me a lot. AND it just recently happened with Riordan’s book. I didn’t think it was fair to some other books if I just picked the most recent, so I added that one by Ally Carter.
Rick Riordan’s:Hardcover, 608 pages
Published October 2nd 2012 by Hyperion Book CH
Ally Carter’s: Hardcover, 294 pages
Published March 13th 2012 by Hyperion Book CH (first published January 1st 2012)
- Amnesia: a book that’s forgotten, and failed to leave a powerful impression in your memory.
Because I don’t remember any of it. I don’t even know what this book is about, and I read it.
Paperback, 284 pages
Published November 8th 2003 by Llewellyn Publications
- Asthma: a book that took your breath away.
I picked: Gone
by Michael Grant.
Because it creeped me out so much, that it left me a little breathless. Same goes for the rest of the series.
Hardcover, 558 pages
Published June 24th 2008 by Katherine Tegen Books
- Malnutrition: a book that lacked food for thought.
That’s my review
for it, and it just says everything that I thought about this book, no filtering or anything. I might’ve been a bit harsh, but I think I was just bitter. I honestly wanted to like this book so much.
- Travel sickness: a book that took you on a journey through time or space, or to a specific local on the map.
I picked: The Good Earth by Pearl S Buck. Because it was a fantastic read that made me want to witness the characters’ world first hand. And then come back. Totally. Or maybe go into the book, be in the worlds as a ghost-thing, and then come back. A close second was Persuasion by Jane Austen (with the traveling ghost option, of course).
Mass Market Paperback, (Enriched Classics), 385 pages
Published March 29th 2005 by Pocket (first published January 1st 1931)
- If you do this, let me know so that I can read what you wrote!!! Because, remember, I’m tagging you! ^.^