The Bibliophiles Night Out Tag

a night outI’m not a partier. I’d much rather stay home, curled up on the couch reading or watching something. Though, getting together with some friends is fun, I’m really not one to head out to the bars and clubs.

Maybe I’m lame, but I’ve never really experienced anything in this tag. But it looked fun, I loved Beth’s answers, and it’s different from other tags I’ve done. I found Beth’s post over on BooksNest while looking for tags to do when I’ve done too many reviews. I’ve linked her post, so make sure you check it out and see what books she answered with!


Rules:

Thank the person who tagged you and link back to their post
Link to the creator’s blog (booksnest.co.uk) in your post
Answer the questions below
Tag 5 bloggers to take part
ENJOY THE TAG!


Prompts:

Pre-drinks | A prequel/novella you’ve read

Becoming the Dark Prince…I need the whole series from Thomas Cresswell’s point of view. I mean, we were robbed.

The taxi to town | A book about travel

Again, but Better. This book was so good, so much fun and instantly a new favorite. I felt like I was transported back to London. I highly recommend if you’re into contemporary books that feature a little bit of fate and magic.

Trying to find a table | A book you didn’t like to start with, but then ended up loving

The Obsidian Tower – not liking is a bit harsh, but I was definitely uncertain in the beginning and ended up being blown away. It’s one of those books that the longer you think about it after finishing it, the more you realize just how good and amazing it was.

First round of drinks | A first book in a series

Wait for You, simply because I just finished reading it and forgot how enjoyable it is. JLA knows how to write addicting books. I totally forgot the plot of this book, and really only remembered the tortoise…

 The dance floor | A book that makes you want to jump up and down with excitement

More than we can tell, this is such an amazing book. I’ve read it so many times and I just fall in love with it over and over. But if we’re talking upcoming releases…well, there are really too many for me to list. But I’m dying for all of them.

The toilets | A book you wouldn’t touch with a barge pole

The Red Queen and subsequent books. I was less than impressed with that book and never bothered to continue the series. I’m so glad I never actually spent money on the series, and just used a free Audible credit to listen to it.

The firs to bail | The last book you DNF’d

Journeys Through Faladon. Yuck. It was a mess and one of the authors or someone affiliated treated me like shit, so no thank you. 10/10 do not recommend.

The journey home | A book you can’t really remember the plot of anymore

Lol, basically every book after two weeks. But I really remember nothing of The Goddess Test. It’s been too long. I need some more Greek Mythology in my life.

The morning after | A comfort read

Basically, anything JLA. I legit mean anything. Plop one of her books in my hand and I’m guaranteed to enjoy it. They’re the books that get me out of reading slumps.


I’m not going to tag anyone specific, so feel free to do this tag if you want! I’d love to see your answers, so let me know in the comments if you do, do it!

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