The opposite books tag

Tuesday, May 08, 2018, by taylorisreading

Hello everyone!

I stumbled upon this tag through Dreamland Book Blog, and I thought it would be a fun thing try out! I love doing book tags, so really an tag looks like a fun one to me.

Let me know if you do/did this tag, or if there are any tags you would like me to see in the comments down below!

Let's get started...

First book in your collection/Last book you bought.
I would say the first book I actually added to my collection, and that was a contributing factor to my reading obsession, was Twilight, and the newest book I bought is all of the books from my BookOutlet Haul, so Nevernight, And I Darken, Scythe, Truthwitch, and Roar.

A cheap book/An expensive book.
I bough the Coldest Girl in Coldtown in the holy grail that is the Books-A-Million bargain book section for $2.97, and I bought a hardcover of King's Cage for $20 when it first came out.

A book with a male protagonist/One with a female protagonist.
The Novice is the most recent book I have read with a singularly male protagonist because most books have a boy but also a girl, and I am currently reading Flame in the Mist where Mariko is our protagonist.

A book you read fast/One that took you long to read.
I read the Outsiders in one day, which is the only time I have ever marathoned a book. One that took me an especially long time to read is probably most of the books I read tbh lol. I am usually so slow at reading.

Pretty cover/Ugly cover.
And I Darken is gorgeous, but The Book Thief is... hideous. I'm sorry, but just look at it...

A national book/An international book.
The Percy Jackson series takes place in New York City, and Clockwork Angel is set in England. It was so hard to find two fantasy books that I have read that take place fully in real-world places.

A thin book/A thick book.
An Enchantment of Ravens is SUPER thin, it's like 300 pages, but Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is a beast at 759 pages.

Fiction book/Non-fiction book.
All I read is fiction... so I'll just choose Throne of Glass because it's not one of my posts without mentioning it. A non-fiction book? Harry Potter. I actually don't read non-fiction, unless textbooks for school count lol. I guess the last one I read was on Michelle Obama in middle school (she's one of my idols).

Very (way too) romantic book/Action book.
The closest I can get is Looking For Alaska, even Fangirl isn't that romantic. I guess maybe A Court of Thorns and Roses, but it's still very action-y. The Maze Runner, on the other hand, is nearly strictly action.

A book that made you happy/One that made you sad.
FANGIRL AND ALLEGIANT. Need I say any more?



Thanks for reading!

Taylor

5 comments

  1. This post looks like it would be a lot of fun! I’ll have to add it to my “posts to write” list πŸ™‚ I agree with you though, most of the fantasy books I read take place in other “worlds”. It’s going to be hard to come up with an answer for that one.

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  2. Can't wait to read your postπŸ˜‰πŸ˜

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  3. Oh I like that this tag makes you pick opposites of the categories. I really like that. I'm going to have to do this at some point. I totally agree with allegiant being a sad book. I was not expecting that outcome.

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  4. Can't wait to read your post😁😁 and neither was I😞

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  5. […] I was reading Taylor is Reading last night and decided that as soon as I woke, I would do this tag. Taylor’s post is link here : Taylor’s Tag. […]

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Hello dear readers, my name is Taylor and I'm a twenty-something who's rarely caught without a book in her hand. I fervently believe in beautiful dresses and tasty desserts and fresh bouquets. In living as if the whole world is watching. That lemonades should always be pink, and nothing should ever be saved for best.