Welcome to the Estellosaurus Reads Book Tag!

The rules are:

  1. Copy and paste the rules and sentence above. Answer the questions. Duh.
  2. Thank the person who tagged you, don’t forget to link to their original post/answers
  3. Tag 2 new people to take part
  4. Use #EstellosaurusReads if you share your post anywhere!
  5. Have a nice cup of tea

Estellosaurus Reads Book Tag

Q1) What are you reading at the moment, if you aren’t reading, what have you just finished?

Q2) What book does everyone love that you just don’t get?

Q3) What book or book series deserves its very own Netflix (other streaming sites are available) series?

Q4) Is there a book that you just could not finish? Why?

Q5) What book is your go to recommendation when someone asks you to suggest a good read?

Q6) Is there a book that you’ve read multiple times? Why do you keep going back to it?

Q7) What was that one book that you had to study at school that you would definitely never, ever read again?

Q8) Is there a book that stirs a memory for you of a point in your life?

Q9) Who is that one literary character you’d like to punch in the face?

Q10) If you could re-write the ending of a book, which book would you pick and how would you change it?

I’d like to tag RaiinMonkeyRaiinMonkey and The Bookworm GirlThe Bookworm Girl to take part!

2 thoughts on “The Estellosaurus Book Tag

  1. (Hello from the S&S Besties group!)

    I don’t have a blog, but I’ll do the tag here!

    1) Last night, I finished Trick Mirror by Jia Tolentino – a collection of essays on feminism, pop culture, etc. Not my fave but some good points, gave it 3/5 stars. Next I’ll be starting Liesl and Po by Lauren Oliver, a middle grade fantasy

    2) I don’t know if *everyone* loves it, but Lord of the Flies. It was an assigned book in my freshman year of high school and I LOATHED IT.

    3) I’d love to see Laini Taylor’s Daughter of Smoke and Bone series adapted!!

    4) I don’t DNF often, but one that I had to give up on was The Obelisk Gate by NK Jemisin, the second book in the Broken Earth trilogy. It was just too much for me – I could hardly understand what was happening most of the time.

    5) Depends on the person of course, but one that I have recommended a lot to a variety of people is The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey. It’s just a lovely, magical, beautifully written book that I think could appeal to lots of different kinds of readers.

    6) I don’t reread much at all – too many new books!! But I did reread Pride and Prejudice last year (only my second reading) because I wanted to revisit it to see if I still loved it as much as before, which of course I did

    7) Haha, well, see answer #2 – you’d have to pay me a lot of money to get me to read that one again!

    8) Okay, this is a little corny, but the Bedtime Book of Two-Minute Stories always reminds me of being 5 or 6 years old and having my Dad read to me before bed (usually the same few stories over and over because I loved them so much – Mickey Monkey’s Tricks, Candystripe’s Cousin, and Elizabeth’s Magic Rocking-Horse)

    9) LOLOL probably Holden Caulfield

    10) The “reveal” in I See You by Clare Macintosh, because I was really enjoying the book a lot, and then that twist ending was so damn cliché and felt like such a cheap way to end the story. No spoilers, of course, but it was something that’s been done so many times and is so problematic. I was bummed she went that way!

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