Thursday Tag #10: Rapid Fire Book Tag

Greetings Book People!

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I was tagged by the lovely Abigail over at Abigail’s Books ❤

This tag is initially created by Kate from Girl Reading so don’t forget to check out her YouTube video on this tag! 🙂

I can’t wait to delve in the questions so let’s get started shall we?

E-books or physical books?

Physical books all the way. I want to feel the book’s cover, pages.. E-books will totally ruin my eyes!

Paperback or hardback?

Paperback! Much lighter and flimsy compared to hardcovers.

Online or in-store book shopping?

Online! I crave for discounts now, since I am only a student with no salary 😦

Trilogies or series?

Trilogies because series are much harder to keep up with!

Heroes or villains?

Heroes! I don’t fancy villains, since I don’t understand why they have to do something which not good and against the law.

A book I want everyone to read.

Harry Potter!

Recommend an underrated book.

The Shock of The Fall by Nathan Filer. Beautiful book.

The last book I finished.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.

The Last book I bought.

The Sun Is Also A Star by Nicola Yoon.

weirdest thing I’ve used as a bookmark

Receipts and my handphone.

Used books – yes or no?

Yes IF the book is in pristine condition. Otherwise, nope.

Top three favourite genres



Middle Grade

Borrow or buy?

Buy because I don’t really have friends and libraries here to borrow books with.

Characters or plot?

Both. Without good and aspiring plot line and characters, no one will ever read the book.

Long or short books?

Short! Long books make me harder to finish it, I will postpone my reading to do other things that are important.

Long or short chapters?

Short! Lengthy chapters with no progress can bore me to death!

The first three books I can think of

Wing Jones

Me Before You

Paper Towns

Books that made you laugh or cry?

Me Before You.

Our world or fictional worlds?

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, to be precise.

Audio books – yes or no?


Ever judge a book by it’s cover?

Yes, I judge Wing Jones by its cover.

Book to movie or book to TV adaptations?

Book to TV! There are much more time for the story to be told.

A movie or TV show I preferred to its book

I think Paper Towns, because the characters in the movie are more ‘alive’.

Series or stand alones?

Stand alones, because I cannot really invest my time and money for many series!

Believe it guys, I wrote this post in just 11 minutes. I already expected the time, because it would take longer to write and type than to think.

See you in another post!




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