The Bedtime Book Tag

We got tagged by Kyra and Nikki from book allure.  Thank you so much. Check out their amazing blog!

This is going to be fun!

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1. A Book That Kept You Up All Night Reading

Frodo: Lord of the Rings, just to mention the most important one. There’s a lot of books that kept me up all night. It would be a loooooong list.

LOTR Buch

© Harper Collins Publ. UK

Sam: Any good book qualifies. The Hunger Games, Harry Potter, The Mortal Instruments, The Infernal Devices… And that’s just the Fantasy novels. There’s so many great books that you just can’t put down! And who needs sleep when you have a good book? Totally overrated if you ask me.

Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Buch

©Bloomsbury

2. A Book That Made You Scared To Sleep

Frodo: I don’t remember it’s name because I read it a while ago (like 7 years ago), but I remember that it was bloody, scary and crazy stuff kept happening in it.

Sam: Die for me by Karen Rose. She’s just dropping bodies left and right. And the killer is a guy who murders people by using medival torture devices to record their screams for a video game. Nasty stuff.

Die For Me Buch

© Headline

3. A Book That Made You Go To Sleep

Frodo: Effi Briest by Theodor Fontane.

Effie Priest Buch

©Reclam

Sam: Les Confessions by Rousseau. Dear God, that was the worst and most boring book I have ever had to read for school, hands down.

Les Confessions Buch

© Librairie generale francaise

4. A Book That Left You Tossing and Turning All Night in Anticipation of its Release

Frodo: Vampire Academy: Last Sacrifice, I read the first 5 books in German but for the last one I couldn’t wait that long.

Vampire Academy Last Sacrifice Buch

©Penguin

Sam: The Mortal Instruments: City Of Heavenly Fire. I read the first five in about a week in New Zealand, and only afterward realized that the sixth one wasn’t released for weeks!

City Of Heavanly Fire Buch

© Margaret K. McElderry

5. A Book That Has Your Dream Boyfriend

Frodo: The Infernal Devices. Because of the same reason every girl would pick it.

Clockwork Angel Buch

© Margaret K. McElderry

Sam: The Infernal Devices. Will Herondale and Jem Carstairs in one book? Yes please.

Clockwork Prince Buch

© Margaret K. McElderry

6. A Book That Would Be Your Worst Nightmare to Live In

Frodo: The Hunger Games… killing other people to survive? And the whole world going to hell? No thank you.

The Hunger Games 1 Buch

© Scholastic UK Ltd

Sam: The Hunger Games. I cannot imagine the fear of having to be reaped for the Games – or even worse, watching someone you love get reaped and not being able to do anything about it.

The Hunger Games Buch

© Scholastic UK Ltd

7. A Book That Reminds You of Nighttime

Frodo: Nachtlilien because, well the title translates to “Nightlilies.”

Nachtlilien Buch

©Piper

Sam: Vampire Academy. Their days are actual nights and their nights, days. Pretty much everything takes place at night.

Vampire Academy Buch

©Penguin

8. A Book That Had a Nightmarish Cliffhanger

Frodo: Catching Fire. I finished this book while I was sitting in the waiting room at the doctor’s. I had just lent Mockingjay to one of my best friends, so I had to wait like an entire week before I could read it.

Catching Fire Buch

© Scholastic UK Ltd

Sam: The Maze Runner. Holy sh*t that ending just left me gasping for air – and I have never been so glad to have the sequel at hand.

The Maze Runner Buch

© Delacorte Press

9. A Book That You Actually Dreamed About

Frodo Lord of the Rings… I wish I could live in my own hobbit hole.

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Sam: Pretty much every Harry Potter book. I’ve dreamed about Hogwarts more times than I would care to admit…

10. A Book Monster that You Would Not Want to Find Under Your Bed

Frodo: Shelob & Aragog. Big murderous spiders in my room? That are even bigger than my room? No, no, no.

Sam: Aragog & Shelob. I don’t care much about having small spiders in my room – but a giant one that wants to eat me or feed me to its relatives? Hell, no. [And because we don’t want ugly huge *ss spiders on this beautiful blog of ours, there’s no pictures. You’re welcome 😀 ]

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