Opposite Book Tag

Yes, you guys. I’m giving you two posts today.

If you were unsatisfied by my playlist for A Madness So Discreet, you can check out my picks for the opposites book tag.

Let me know what you think!

We found this book tag over at Dreamland  Book Blog.

First book in your collection/Last book you bought:

By first book in my collection are we referring to the first book on my bookshelf? Because that would be Viola in Reel Life. If by first book in my collection that I ever bought then honestly I have no idea. Last book I bought was Through the DarkSomething Strange and Deadly and The Lovely Reckless.

A cheap book/An expensive book:

A cheap book? I think I got the hardcover of Cinder for like $3 at BAM. Expensive? I believe that was Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

A book with a male protagonist/One with a female protagonist:

For male protagonist I’m going Steelheart and for female let’s go with A Court of Thorns and Roses.

A book you read fast/One that took you long to read:

I read The Wrath and the Dawn in like three hours. On the other end, I still have finished The Rose and the Dagger.

Pretty cover/Ugly cover:

Pretty cover 100 percent goes to The Queen of the Tearling hardcover. Ugliest is going to the Bloodline series. Like, Richelle Mead is a huge author, why are we sticking her with these awful covers?

A national book/An international book: 

A Study in Charlotte for national. For international I’m going with Passenger by Alexandra Bracken.

A thin book/A thick book:

I don’t like this question. Literally any book because they all come in different sizes. Lets go with Rebel of the Sands for thin and Lady Midnight for thick.

Fiction book/Non-fiction book:

Literally just grabbing this from the two books sitting together on my book shelf. Fiction is One More Thing by B.J. Novak and non-fiction is Head Ball Coach by Steve Spurrier.

Very (way too) romantic book/Action book:

This is actually hard because I’m not into romance so not many of my book are super into romance, but we’ll go with Lady Midnight again because there was too much teen love going on for my taste. Action will go to Crooked Kingdoms.

A book that made you happy/One that made you sad:

Morning Star made me really happy at the end. And definitely Harry Potter and the Order of the Pheonix because Sirius dying was the worst thing to happen to me as a 12 year old child.

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