Campfire Book Tag

Hello lovelies. How are you? Today’s blog post is all about my answers of the campfire book tag. This tag was originally created by Jaded Reader. Please leave me a comment down below letting me know what your answers are to the questions. Hope you have a great day.

1.  Build the tent: a book you had to read that ended up being a drag. 

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A book that I had to read that ended up being a drag is Lord of the Flies. I had to read this book in Grade 10 English and I did not like the book. Especially the ending. 

2. Build a fire: A book you were proud of finishing

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A book that I was proud of finishing is The End by Lemony Snicket. This is the thirteenth and final book to the Series of Unfortunate Events. I just remember being so proud of myself finishing a thirteen book long series. 

3. Roasted marshmallow: a mushy sweet book you couldn’t help but devour

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A mushy sweet book that I couldn’t help but devour is To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Hann. This book is so cute and quirky. 

4. Gone fishing: a book that had you hooked by the first chapter

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A book that had me hooked by the first chapter is the Neighbors by Hannah Mary McKinnon. This book was so gripping and fast paced. 

5. Skipping rocks: a book or series you DNF’d

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A book I DNF’d is Something Borrowed by Emily Giffin. I just you’d not get passed the main character sleeping with her best friend’s boyfriend.

 6. Camp fire songs: a book so good you are always found singing it’s praise

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A book so good that I am always found singing it’s praises is I am the Messenger. I read this book for pleasure in high school and I still to this day think about this book. It is so impactful.  

7. The night sky: a book that made you think deeply about an aspect in the world

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A book that made me think deeply about an aspect in the world is Here by Richard McGuire. This is a graphic novel all about what has happened throughout history in one spot in the world. It goes forward and backward in time and it is fascinating. 

8. The tear down: a book that’s ending was bitter sweet. 

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A book that’s ending was bittersweet was the Outsider’s. The story of these band of brothers was so sweet, but the ending was so sad. I still think about this ending. 

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