Today I have a lovely, fun book tag for you! The equally lovely Amy from Read.Dream.Live tagged me in this a while ago and I am only shamefully getting to it now … but what IS time in lockdown anyway?!?
Would you rather have to read the last chapter of every new book first, or never read the last chapter?
Definitely read the last chapter first. Imagine never knowing how a book would end?! That sounds like torture.
Would you rather have someone ruin the ending of a book for you or never finish a book you were reading?
Again, ruin the ending. I suppose it’s a left over benefit from studying Literature, but I often ended up reading a book knowing full well what was going to happen, and it’s never been an issue for me. There’s still little bits, moments, and nuances which will take you by suprise.
Would you rather lose your place or get a paper cut every time you read a book?
I am so squeamish which would mean I have to go with losing my place.
Would you rather be friends with Hermione Granger or Matilda?
Hermione Granger, easily. Can I admit that I have always found Matilda completely annoying *hides*.
Would you rather wait five years for the final installment in a series or get it now, but must read every spoiler before you can start reading it?
Oooh, this is a tricky one. I think wait the five years. I feel like I’m quite accustomed to having to wait now, and there’s nothing to say you can’t reread the series when you inevitably forget everything that happens.
Would you rather reread your least favorite book monthly or never be able to read your favorite book again?
Probably never read by favourite book again. I don’t often reread books, even favourites, but I cannot stand reading a book I hate.
Would you rather read in an isolated cabin that was infested with spiders or in a noisy coffee shop with bad music?
Noisy coffe shop with bad music. Always go with coffee.
Would you rather have the ability to read minds, but never be able to read another book or live as you are now and keep reading?
Live as you are now and keep reading. I feel like I’m much to anxious, paranoid, and insecure to have the ability to read minds. That actually sounds terrifying.
Would you rather read a novel based on a true story of someone you know or a fictional novel where a character is based on you?
Again, I don’t think I could deal with a book based on me. I would end up reading into everything too much!
Would you rather have a book where anything you write in it becomes true or have a book that contains all the knowledge in the universe?
Ooooh! I think I’d like all the knowledge of the universe. I’m not sure I could be trusted with the power of the first option. Plus, who doesn’t want to know everything?!
Would you rather read a great book FULL of typos or a terrible book?
As a teacher, I am absolutely fine with Typos. In fact, reading past terrible spelling and awful syntax I think is now a super power of mine. Plus, if a book is terrible, why would you want to read it?