The Reader’s Playlist (Tag A)

Hey pixels!! Last week I saw this amazing tag at my friend’s blog Hannah reads, and I thought: Wow, I want to do this!! So, thank you, Hannah, for your wonderful idea!!

I’m going to make the tag in 3 parts: a, b and c. This is the first part, a, dedicated to books. As you may know, my happy pixels, I love reading. And listening to music, too. This tag is perfect for me!

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So, during the next weeks I’m going to answer all the tag’s questions. I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I’m enjoying answering. And you can do the tag, too! It’s open to everybody!! I can’t wait to read your answers, my happy and lovely pixels!!

THE RULES 

  • Answer as many or as few questions that you like. I suggest if you want to attempt them all that you turn it into a few daily/weekly posts, probably organised as I have. Make sure you have fun with it!
  • Thank the person who nominated you and leave a link to their post.
  • Leave a link to my post so that others can see all of the questions!🙂
  • Tag the post with the tagline ‘The Reader’s Playlist Tag’ so that I can see all of your lovely posts!❤
  • Use the logo as above in your post if you want! However, I ask that you don’t modify it, please!
  • Tag a few friends to take part in the tag at the bottom of your post!😀
  • Feel free to leave a link in my comments to your own responses. I look forward to reading them!

THE READER’S PLAYLIST (TAG)

PART A: BOOKS

1. Cassette = A classic that you love to read

Pride and prejudice (Jane Austen); I also enjoyed with The Count of Monte Cristo (Alexandre Dumas).

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2. Rewind = Most shocking moment in a book

The end of The Name of the Rose (Umberto Eco), when the two main charachters discover who is the murderer. I found the reason why he is murdering so shocking.

3. Vinyl Record = A book that had you in a spin, through sheer confusion!

Once I tried to read a book with very good reviews, but I found it so disgusting that I could not finish reading it. It was La sal de la vida (Françoise Heritier).

4. Repeat = A book/series you read over and over again

Usually I read a book just one time. Sometimes, I read a special one twice, but after a long time. A book I’ve read twice is, for example, Animal Farm (George Orwell).

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5. Stop = A book/series that made you stop and think

I love when a book make me think. To name one, The Elegance of the Hedgehog (Muriel Barbery).

6. Broken Record  = A book that you have tried and tried to finish but just cannot

Ulisses, from James Joyce. I’m sorry, but I found it so boring… I just couldn’t keep reading… impossible. Maybe one day I’ll try again….

7. Shuffle = Books in a series/companion novels that you DIDN’T read in chronological order😮

The books from Camilla Läckberg; when I started the first I read, I didn’t know it was a series of books. Now I’ve started reading them from the first one.

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8. Sheet Music = Books with endings that didn’t quite seem finished and require a (currently non-existent!) sequel 

Honestly, I can’t remember any book of this category now.

9. Play = Currently Reading

La isla de Alice, written by Daniel Sanchez Arevalo

10. CD Case = Favourite Book Blurb

Jo confesso , written by Jaume Cabré. I love this book. Another good one is Gegants de gel , by Joan Benesiu.

11. Artist Bio = Autobiography that you have read or want to read

I don’t read autobiographys. But maybe one day I’ll read about Salvador Dali.

12. Pop Music = A book that you loved that (deservedly) had a big hype around it

Any good book deserves it. I read Someday this pain will be useful to you (Peter Cameron)and I found it great, for example. If someday I write a book, I hope it will be good enough for having a big hype around it. 😉

13. Add To Queue = Your TBR 

Tons of books, I would like to have more time for just reading. To name just one: The haunted Bookshop , by Christopher Morley.

Are you going to make this tag, my happy pixels? Do you like reading? Are you reading now something interesting? Please, let me know in the comments below.

(Photos source: Unsplash and the beautiful logo disegned by Hannah).

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