30 Day Book Challenge was started by The Chronicles of Radiya. Every day I answer something about a book (it usually ends up about two books). I thought it would be an awesome way for everyone to get to know me.
Day 6: A Book That Broke Your Heart
I know that everyone loved this book, everyone found it inspiring, blah blah blah. TFiOS is all of those things, yes, but also so much more. I love this book. LOVE IT. It tore my heart out and danced on top of it. Not a joke. The emotions that the charters show seem so real. Anytime they were in pain, I felt it. I felt their confusion, their anger, I understood it all too. TFiOS is a mixture of happy and oh-dear-god-what-are-these-feels tears. Mainly the later. You will cry. You will laugh. You will carry this book in your heart forever. Mainly because the feels were so overwhelming it caused your heart to scar. I’m just kidding… not really.
“Sometimes people don’t understand
the promises they’re making when they make them…”
“It would be a privilege to have my heart broken by you, Hazel Grace.”
30 Day Book Challenge is by The Chronicles of Radiya. Each day I’m asked something about a book and I have to answer. It sounded like a lot of fun and it gives me chance to tell you guys a little but more about myself. I apologize for yesterday. Something happened to a very close friend of my family. I wasn’t thinking about updating at the time. I’m sorry once again.
Day 4: Favourite Film Adaptation of a Book
I really don’t know what book to choose. Not many of the books I’ve read have been turned into movies. City of Bones comes out next week, Divergent in 2014 along with The Fault in Our Stars. Bright Star is about John Keats… After I post this I’m definitely going to remember a movie. So today I’m going with The Hobbit. The movie may not have been like the book, but I still love them both.
I just found this and decided to give it a try. 30 Day Book Challenge is by The Chronicles of Radiya. Each day I’m asked something about a book and I have to answer. And it sounded like a lot of fun.
Day 1: A Book You Wish You Could Live In
Asking a book reader if they would want to live in their favorite book is like asking a Whovian if they want to be the Doctor’s Companion. They will probably have an emotional breakdown, but in a good way… I guess.
I actually had a lot of trouble with this question. I read it and thought,”Pfft, easy. One of my fantasy novels.” And then I thought better of it. I would never survive. So then it got me thinking. I’m pretty sure I choose the right one:
Kids who are the best con-arists around, lot of robbing, running from the cops, the cool names for a certain way to pull a heist. *sigh* I don’t know what this says about me, probably that I love stealing (which I don’t), but I won’t change it. Besides the fact that they DO steal, Kat steals to help. She takes from the bad people and helps the good. Sort of a female Robin Hood in a way. I choose this also because of how close everyone is. Blood may make people related, but it’s the bonds that are formed that are much stronger than anything. And yeah, the con part of it too. I would totally live in this book. Hale would be plus.