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Questions And Answers: Reading Edition

I grouped questions together and answered them accordingly. This was originally going to be a spin off of Truth or Truth, but clearly that didn’t happen. If you want a Truth or Truth, let me know. I grant some wishes and ignore others.

Let’s not waste any more time.

Questions:

  1. What book surprised you in a good way?
  2. What book surprised you in a bad way?

Answers:

  1. I’m all for pleasant surprises. Sarah J. Maas definitely delivered with Throne of Glass.Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas
  2. Endgame #1: The Calling was a bad surprise. The ending in particular. Not because of the writing. Don’t get me wrong: I love the book. I just didn’t love my heart getting ripped apart.

Questions:

  1. What book did you love?
  2. What book did you hate?

Answers:

  1. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children was so peculiar.
  2. I didn’t like I Am Number Four. Mostly because I read some incredible books beforehand.

Questions:

  1. What’s a series you never started?
  2. What’s a series you finished?

Answers:

  1. I’ve yet to read a single Harry Potter book.
  2. Many years ago, I read The Hunger Games.

Questions:

  1. What’s a series you would reread?
  2. What’s a series you didn’t finish?

Answers:

  1. The Maze Runner. I watched the movie twice so I might as well read the books again. It’s been a while.The Maze Runner Series
  2. I read Divergent, but I’ve yet to pick up Insurgent or Allegiant. I don’t think I will anytime soon, but I might in the far future.

I want to know your answers to these questions. Are you going to grant my wish?

15 thoughts on “Questions And Answers: Reading Edition

  1. Some of these questions are tough. I try to finish every book I read, no matter how much I like or dislike it.
    Though I have read all of Harry Potter, but I’ve only read the first Hunger Games book.

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  2. Wow, no Harry Potter? I guess I understand that though. I don’t feel the desire to read The Hunger Games now that I’ve seen the movies. I mostly read Harry Potter back in the day because that’s the only way the stories continued – the movies hadn’t caught up!

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    1. Funny thing is I haven’t watched Harry Potter. The constant comparison to Hermione didn’t help matters. I liked Catching Fire the most and Mockingjay the least. I can’t speak on behalf of the movies. That’s understandable.

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