Booktag Friday: Spring Cleaning Book tag

Hi all my Bookworms!

My name is Chiara and I am a Bookworm.

How are you all?

Here on Bookworms Anonymous I like to do a booktag every Friday.  I usually find they’re something different .. something that gets my mind thinking and working in different ways.

This week’s tag is the Spring Cleaning Booktag which I found over at A Little But A Lot.  I wasn’t tagged in this, like usual, but I want to give it a go.  I think it’s a fun one.

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The Struggle to Get Started: A book or series you struggled to begin because of its size

A book I struggled to start would definitely be

Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness A Discovery Of WitchesGoodreads | Review | Waterstones

I chose this one because I really did struggle with the beginning.  It was a very heavy read.

A series I struggled to get into was Throne of Glass by Sarah J Maas Throne_of_Glass_seriesGoodreads | Review of Book 1 | Waterstones

There are so many books in this series I just didn’t think I could commit to reading all of it.  I still haven’t read all of it.  But I’ve started it to I’ll probably finish it.

Cleaning Out the Closet: A book or series you want to unhaul

I have recently unhauled a lot of books.  I actually went through and spring cleaned my book collection and got rid of all the books I don’t read or wont read and a series I finally got rid of was The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins The Hunger GamesGoodreads | Waterstones

I know that everyone loves this series but I have tried so many times to read the first book but I just can’t get into it.

Opening the Window and Letting Fresh Air In: A book that was refreshing

A book that was refreshing.  This isn’t a recent read but there were two books that came to mind as soon as I looked at this question.

I Wish You All The Best by Mason Deaver I Wish You All The BestGoodreads | Review

Aristotle and Dante Discover The Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Saenz Aristotle and Dante Discover The Secrets of The UniverseGoodreads | Waterstones

Washing Out the Sheets: A scene you wish you could rewrite

I don’t know that I have a particular scene that I would re-write.  I can’t even think of a book off the top of my head that would even work for that.

Throwing Out Unnecessary Knick-Knacks: A book in a series you didn’t think was necessary

I have one answer for this Kissing Booth 2.  I really don’t think that Kissing Booth 2 was necessary at all but I am not going to re-hash that.  I wrote about it enough in my review.

Polishing Doorknobs: A book that had a clean finish

I prefer a clean finish.

I have a love/hate relationship with cliff-hangers.  I love them because I love the suspense and I hate them because I want to read the next one straight away.

But to answer the question I think that What I like About You by Marisa Kanter would probably fit that category.  What I Like About YouGoodreads | Review

The book ends and it doesn’t quite finish with and they lived happily ever after but in a sense it ends in a way that reminds me of the film Ever After.  It ends with … and the lived.

Reaching to Dust The Fan: A book that tried too hard to convey a certain message

Again, I’m not sure that I have an answer to that one.

Maybe I should be on the look out for this when I am reading books but for now I don’t think that I have answer.

The Tiring Yet Satisfying Finish: A series that was tiring but satisfying to get through

Tiring yet satisfying.

Does that not remind anyone else of Lion King?

I’m trying to think of different answers to each question but my first thought was Throne of Glass and that is the answer that I am going to go for.

Throne_of_Glass_series


I’m not going to do the formal tagging this week.

Instead … I tag you. If you want to have a go feel free to have a go and just let me know so I can check it out.

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