The Racing To Read Book Tag!

Hello, Bookworms! I am back with another tag post. I saw this tag at Whispering Stories, check out Riddhi’s blog, it’s fantastic! I am very excited to do this tag, as for the past few months, I have fallen in love with Formula1. So I have been watching races and boosting my serotonin! Let’s get into the tag!

Warm Up: A book that stretches your mind.

Ace Of Spades kept me on the edge of the seat the whole time. The writing style is different in such a way that it gave me anxiety for the characters. I highly recommend this one.

Start Line: What’s a book that you started but never finished?

Lets be real. Many. I get so excited in the moment for a book, that I will read 50 pages of it and not finish it. So, I wont mention one because there are so many books that I have left 😦

Sprint: A book you read really quickly

It took me 4-5 hours to finish this book and it was so enjoyable to read!

Marathon: What’s your favorite long book?

I absolutely loved this book! Its 670 pages long, but every page was worth the read! Cassandra Clare has the magic to do that.

Hurdles: What’s a book that had ups and downs?

This book is filled with ups and downs. It gets slow and then a plot twist comes in.

Finish Line: A book you were proud to finish

I felt so happy and proud of myself when I finished this book as it is the first book I read that started my reading journey ❤

Gold Medal: Best book you’ve read during a readathon

Unfortunately I have never participated in a readathon.

Participation Ribbon: An underrated book you wish got more attention

This book is so underrated. It was a very surprising read and I enjoyed the friendship element with horror setting.

I tag:

  1. @Leah’s Books
  2. @Book Coffee Happy
  3. @Random Reader’s Rambles
  4. @Confessions Of A YA Reader
  5. @Past Midnight
  6. You!

Let me know in the comments if you are a F1 fan!
Happy Reading!
Rabhya.

12 thoughts on “The Racing To Read Book Tag!

  1. A book that stretches your mind was Malcolm Gladwell’s Talking to Strangers.
    A book I started but never finished was Brothers Karamazov.
    A book I read really quickly was Love and Other Inconveniences by Kristin Hannah.
    My favorite long book was Cloud Cuckoo Land.
    A book that had its ups and downs was The Pink Suit by Nicole Mary Kelby. I liked it, then thought it dragged, then it would pick up again, etc.
    A book I was proud to finish was The Book Thief. It is my all-time favorite.
    I LOVE marathons and even have my own personal ones. Definitely Cloud Cuckoo Land is one I read for a marathon and it is my second all-time favorite.
    An Underrated book I wish got more attention is I Capture the Castle.
    THANKS FOR LETTING ME PARTICIPATE.

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  2. I vividly remember reading TFiOS in the Mexico City airport during a layover in 2014 ugly crying because of the book lol – love that the book started your reading journey, even though it’s a super sad book! I also LOVED Ace of Spades, such a good book.

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