Part of Your World:
What book world would you change yourself for so you could be a part of that world?
Hahahahaha, I read a lot of dystopians, so this might not be a question that I can answer, but let’s see… I suppose the most accessible and with the least amount of problems–ish–would be the world of Harry Potter. Though, admittedly, I’m not obsessed with this world, I do feel like it’s one that would be worth giving up something for. I mean, magic, in so many ways would be wonderful to have. And there’s already something specific we have to give up anyway; technology.
Let It Go:
What book did you not want to finish because you loved it so much?
Most recently, his was The Last Magician by Lisa Maxwell. I was utterly blown away by the characters and the story. And while I love where it ended, it also left me kind of annoyed that there wasn’t more. So, you know, I ordered that sequel pretty quickly.
Beauty and the Beast:
What book do you think is/will be timeless?
I really wanted to give an answer that wasn’t Harry Potter for this one…but, really, it’s Harry Potter.
So This is Love:
What book were you hesitant to read at first but ended up loving?
I feel like you could insert any hyped-up book that I rated 5 stars here and pretty much have it. However, the number one book that belongs in this spot for me is Cinder by Marissa Meyer. You might not know it considering how much I rave about my love for Meyer and everything she wrote within The Lunar Chronicles, but I was very hesitant to read the first book in this series initially. I was certain, for some reason, that since the cover looked very kid-ish to me, the books would be terrible. I’ve never been more happy to have been proven wrong.
Friend Like Me:
Which character would you like to be your best friend?
Carswell, Carswell, Carswell Thorne! I just love him so much. And also, Cinder. But partially because she reminds me of a friend I already have.
What book really made you think/changed the way you viewed things?
This was a long time ago, but I was really influenced by Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer. Christopher McCandless’ story really struck a chord with me. So much to the point that I ended up writing my college application essay on him (which, admittedly, is somewhat ironic when you consider the fact that the guy dropped out of college to travel).