This is not This or That Tag. From what I understood, this tag was originally written in Portuguese, then translated into English.
Louise @geniereads tagged everyone to do this tag, and I wanted to give it a try. Make sure to check out her awesome blog!
The rules – are a little bit confusing at first, so bare with me.
- Thank the blog who tagged you and link back to the
- Your first book is the last book of the person who tagged you
- You have to follow the list of books that the person who tagged you gave you, and then you’re going to do something like “book 1 vs book 2”- m.n. the list will be at the end of this post!
- As soon as you have a winner, you choose seven more books and blogs to answer to this tag
Marta @thebookmermaid also gave an exmplanation. So I’ll post hers here:
I got really confused with it at first, but then I understood when I saw Ana’s answers. She gave me a list of seven books, and the only one I’ve read from there was The Girl on the Train, so she told me that when it came to a book that I haven’t read, I’d have to choose based on what I prefer: the first book, that I have read, or the second book, that I haven’t read yet, but really want to, for example? I’m not sure if I made myself clear, but I hope you understand with my answers
Let’s do this…
- All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven
- The Young Elites by Marie Lu
- Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon
- The Selection by Kiera Cass
- Carry On by Rainbow Rowell
- Cinder by Marissa Meyer
- The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
Louis’s final book was To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han, a book I haven’t read yet. Truth be told, I haven’t read All The Bright Places either, but based on their blurbs, All The Bright Places is higher on my TBR, so I’ll go with it.
The Young Elites, hands down. I haven’t read it yet, but it’s been on my radar for a while. Can’t wait to read it. The blurb is so interesting.
Everything Everything does not attract me. I’ve read a few reviews and I don’t think it’s for me. Therefore, I’ll go with The Young Elites.
Both are interesting, but I’ll go with Selection.
Carry On :D. I don’t think I’ll read Cinder. Again, not a fan of the genre, and the reviews I’ve read does not make it appealing to me.
Carry On, of course. The Fault In Our Stars is also pretty good, thou.
And the winner is:
~ My List ~
(link to Goodreads so you can read the blurb in case you haven’t read/heard about one of the books)
Well, this was a fun little tag. I added a couple of new book on my TBR 🙂
As always, if you don’t want to do this tag, or you’re not into tags at all, just ignore this. No hard feelings.
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