A Little Less Lonely Tag

I found this book tag on Misty Prose, but I don’t actually know who created it. It seems fun, so I wanted to give it a go.

A Classic that Got You: A Classic Book, Modern or Not, Where You Identified with the Main Character, or Any Character, on a Deeper Level.

Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier. I identified with the unnamed protagonist because she is constantly in a state of doubt. When she goes from being a poor single woman to the wife of a rich man, she suffers from imposter syndrome, doubting his love and comparing herself to his dead wife. I feel like I’m always in a flux of doubt–I can’t be a real writer, a real adult, a real whatever because I’m not good enough. And just like the main character, it is my own anxieties holding me back.

A Surprise: A Book that Affected You With How Much it Surprised You

I’m very rarely surprised but I suppose I’ll say the Cursebreakers series by Brigid Kemmerer. The first one was just okay, so I was surprised by how much I loved the next two. Does that count as a surprise? Haha

A Book You Read Just at the Right Time:

Paper Towns by John Green. These characters were getting ready to graduate and say goodbye to their childhood and I read the book right when I was about to graduate high school.

A Book That Inspires You:

I just finished The Midnight Library by Matt Haig and though I only gave it three stars, it really did inspire me to appreciate life and to know that even my small decisions can affect people.

A Book That Calms You:

I guess my comfort series is the Harry Potter series for the nostalgia. I’d say those books calm me, if any do.

That’s the tag! Hope you guys enjoy!

By myadventure2017

Writer, Reader, Bookstagrammer, Booktoker, Blogger

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