1. Please credit Princess @RoyalReader (or just Royal Reader), as the creator of this tag, and add the rules.
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3. Thank the person(s) who tagged you and let others know of their fabulous blogs.
4. Tag as many people as you want, be it 1 or 20, it’s entirely up to you!
The lovely Zuky @BookBum tagged me and I loved the idea so much that of course I had to do it. She loves mysteries, thrillers, and horror and what I first liked about her blog was that she’s incredibly honest about she enjoys or not (like trashy erotica novels, haha).
The Zombie Apocalypse: A book you would save when civilization ends?
What a classic! I’d save this one because I think it’s perfection. And it’s also about people dying, so… it’s fitting.
The Vampire: A book you would stake through the heart?
Okay, so Flowers in the Attic is kind of a guilty pleasure, but this book was truly awful. I don’t know how I even finished it…
The Haunted House: A book that still haunts you?
A Head Full Of Ghosts
One of those I still think about and ask myself what really happened. A truly haunting read. And so underrated!
The Psychological Thriller: A book with a twist you did not see coming?
Never. In. A. Million. Years. I gasped so loud my boyfriend asked me what was going on. And then I had to go back and read that part again, because wow.
The Creepy Doll: A book that seems innocent but isn’t?
I thought it would be similar to Kate Morton’s books, and it kind of was… But it was also so much darker and disturbing than I could ever imagine. Still remember that ending.
The Monster: A book you could barely tackle/defeat?
This was just not for me. I skipped soooooo many parts, I couldn’t deal with all those violent sex scenes and I didn’t find it romantic at all (quite the opposite, to be honest).
The Comedy-Horror: A book with mixed genres that worked (or didn’t)?
This book was so funny and disturbing at the same time I wasn’t sure how I should feel. It’s like a really dark comedy… kind of like American Psycho?
The (Cliched) Teen Horror: A book you found super cliched/stereotypical?
I think I might’ve enjoyed this years ago, but I read it too late and thought it didn’t include anything remotely unique. I might be the only one, though. I’m just not into this kind of stories anymore.
The Demonic Possession: A book so gripping you needed an exorcist to escape it?
I was on my vacation and literally couldn’t stop reading. I always get sick in the car but I still couldn’t let this one go, I needed to know more! And it was a long book, believe me.
The Science Fiction: A precious book you would permanently sacrifice to aliens for the good of mankind?
This was so good that, even though I would miss it, I think it would be a great book to save us all. After all, it’s about learning to let go. A wonderful and unique novel that deserves more attention.
Amazing tag. One of my favorites so far!