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A book you found the theme interesting, but you’d like to rewrite it.


I had an idea of what the book would be before I read it, and it was different from what I actually read. I still really like this book, but I’d probably like to tweak it.


The first book in a series that got you hooked.


YA: I had many series that I loved, but The Faerie Path series was the one I started out with. It was a good series at the time, although looking back, I can now critique all the cons about it.

MANGA: I was reading a few manga series before this, but Noragami sealed the deal and made me want to write reviews on manga. I found myself taking mental notes as I read, and thinking about things like plot and characters (how I think when I’m trying to review a book). I came up with a review for the series in my head and thought, “Why not review other manga series?” So I started to read manga for the fun of reviewing them.

WEBCOMICS: Miss Abbot and the Doctor was one of the earliest comics I read. I was reading them on Pinterest, not knowing that there were more comics just like it. After I discovered Webtoons, I started going crazy binge reading on all the comics I came across. However, because chapters are posted every week or so, I decided to take a break and wait until there’s enough material to binge read. I’m trying to get back, but I’m reading a lot of comics on Tapastic instead at the moment.


A book you wish you could have right now.


I still don’t have this book yet. I want to read it though!


I tried looking for this one at B&N but I couldn’t find it. I’ll try harder next time!


A killer book. Both senses. Take it as you like.


I absolutely love this book! Read it now! Please!



A book that you found really confusing.


I didn’t find this confusing, but because I had to read it for class last year, and I couldn’t get around all the multiple themes my teacher was talking about.

I’m usually okay for a reading assignment, but for this book we had to go over 5 different themes that I couldn’t originally find on my own, and that made reading this a bit tougher.

Honestly, the book wasn’t too bad, it’s just that I was trying to figure out morals, themes, symbolism, world connections, author interpretations, etc. and I couldn’t really focus on the story. I had to break it down the book chapter by chapter, and paragraph by paragraph.

However now, I’m doing very well with assigned reading; after this books it’s gotten a lot easier.


Your spirit animal book.


I didn’t even have to think about this question.


A dark twisted book.


I didn’t have to think for this one either. Good book though.


A book that surprised you in a great way, reveals to be more than it is.


I was really skeptical when I began this book, over 3 years ago. I thought I wouldn’t like it at all. However, I was actually getting into it towards the middle, and ended up liking it.


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