The Social media book tag

This tag was created by faultydevices here is the original video

All you have to do is answer these bookish questions based on social media sites!

Twitter- You’re favourite shortest book

The Tales of Beedle the Bard by J.K Rowling 200px-Tales_of_Beedle_the_Bard

I loved this book, even as reading them just as stories they were very fun. My favourite of the stories in the book were- ‘The fountain of fair fortune’ and ‘The tale of the three brothers’.

Facebook- A book everybody pressured you to read

The Fault in our Stars by John Green


I think I read this just as it was being announced that it was being made into a movie. The hype of this book was unreal, so I decided to give in and just read it.

Tumblr- A book you read before it was cool

Harry Potter series by J.K Rowling


I am not saying I was here from the beginning but I read them when it was more uncool to read Harry Potter. I am pretty sure it was the first proper book I ever read.

MySpace- A book you don’t remember whether you liked it or not

Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins


I remember loving the series, its one of my favourites. But after hearing so many bad things about Mockingjay my own opinions kind of got lost. I cant remember if I was disappointed by the ending or if I liked it. I really need to re-read the book.

Instagram- A book that was so beautiful you had to instagram it

My life next door by Huntley Fitzpatrick

my life next door

This was the last book I put on instagram due to the prettiness of the cover. SO SUMMERY!

Youtube- A book you wish could be turned into a movie

The selection by Kiera Cass 


I think the first book could be adapted into a great movie. I don’t know about the rest of the series but I think the first one would be so good.

Goodreads- A book you would recommend to everyone

Vicious by V.E Schwab


I wasn’t expecting to like this book as much as I did. I think everyone should give this book a shot even though its adult I think really anyone could read it.

Skype- A book with characters you wish you could talk to instead of just reading about

Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead

Vampire academy

Wow I haven’t mentioned this book yet. I would love to talk to these characters (especially Adrian) although I would probably have to do it at night.

Now for tagging people:

Sorry if you have already done this tag before!





A-Z Bookish Survey tag


I first this tag on-

Author you’ve read the most books from:

Cassandra Clare, I’ve read 8 books by her, The mortal instruments series and the Infernal devices trilogy

Best Sequel Ever:

Catching fire- that book…that book. It was FULL of action and the awesomest character was introduced in that book *Finnick Odair*

Currently Reading:

Nothing at the minute…still in a reading slump since COHF

Drink of Choice While Reading:

Water or Ribena

E-reader or Physical Book?

Physical book of course what kind of person doesnt like a physical copy *strokes all the books*

Fictional Character You Probably Would Have Actually Dated In High School:

Simon Lewis from the mortal instruments series- probably pre-vampire days

Glad You Gave This Book A Chance:

Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell- the hype put my off a little while but when I finally read it I absolutely loved it

Hidden Gem Book:

The Winners curse by Marie Rutkoski

Important Moment in your Reading Life:

When I read the hunger games trilogy within a week and I realised how much I loved reading

Just Finished:


Kinds of Books You Won’t Read:

I know this is ver specific but the Vampire Diaries, only because I know the charcters and plot are so different to the TV show and I think the TV show is perfect, I just dont want anything ruining it.

Longest Book You’ve Read:

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by J.K Rowling, close second is city of heavenly fire though

Major book hangover because of:

City of heavenly fire (i know most of my answers are this) I can’t pick a book to read because it will never be as good as this

Number of Bookcases You Own:

None 😦 I have to use my wardrobe shelf thing- I have to say it does look very pretty though

One Book You Have Read Multiple Times:

The Fault in our stars by John Green

Preferred Place To Read:

My Bed!!! Or in a car so there is no internet to distract me

Quote that inspires you/gives you all the feels from a book you’ve read:

‘I drag myself out of nightmares each morning and find there’s no relief in waking’ Finnick Odair, Mockingjay. This quote broke me

Reading Regret:

An abundance of Katherines by John Green, it put me off his books so much :\

Series You Started And Need To Finish(all books are out in series):

None I’m all caught up, although I do need to start the heroes of olympus series as I finished Percy Jackson and the olympians this year

Three of your All-Time Favourite Books:

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Clockwork Princess and Fangirl

Unapologetic Fangirl For:

The Mortal instruments. SHADOWHUNTERS WOOP!

Very Excited For This Release More Than All The Others:

Magisterium: the Iron trial

Worst Bookish Habit:

Readig like 10 books in a week and then being in a reading slump for ages

X Marks The Spot: Start at the top left of your shelf and pick the 27th book:

Harry Potter and the chamber of secrets by J.K Rowling

Your latest book purchase:

City of heavenly fire but I will make another order soon

ZZZ-snatcher book (last book that kept you up WAY late):

City of heavenly fire, Just this needs no explanation I swear I was up until 2am reading this

Catching fire review

Catching fire review


“The film begins as Katniss Everdeen has returned home safe after winning the 74th Annual Hunger Games along with fellow tribute Peeta Mellark. Winning means that they must turn around and leave their family and close friends, embarking on a “Victor’s Tour” of the districts. Along the way Katniss senses that a rebellion is simmering, but the Capitol is still very much in control as President Snow prepares the 75th Annual Hunger Games (The Quarter Quell) – a competition that could change Panem forever.”

The second instalment of the Hunger Games series is a definite improvement on the previous film, which is impossible to believe seeing the already well adapted amazing first movie. This is darker yet much more exciting than the Hunger Games an adaptation of the trilogy written by Suzanne Collins.

Francis Lawrence who took over directing the film franchise from Gary Ross, made many changes between the two films, one of the main filming differences is that he decided to use IMAX mostly for the scenes with the most action when Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) and the other victors are in the Arena, this makes Official-Catching-Fire-Image-Katniss-Finnick-Training-Centerthe whole experience of watching the film more realistic.

The beginning of the movie had an exciting start and gave us more of an incite to Katniss and Gales relationship (Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth) who previously had not much of a major role in the first film. The beginning also showed off the completely new and original scenes which were not in the book which was a nice surprising for fans of the books.

This movie had a mixture of emotional moving scenes and many humours scenes (usually involving new comer to the cast Jena Malone who plays Johanna Mason a previous victor who gets picked to take part in the quarter quell)

All actors and actresses represented the characters perfectly and all new comers fit into the world perfectly, although wary of many for example Finnick Odair a fan favourite, when first announced that Sam Claflin had got the part many were disappointed and did not set there hopes to high for him, however after seeing his acting and appearance in the film, he looked and sounded the exact Finnick in the books and showed off his funny charisma perfectly. However the most impressive performance by far was that of Josh Hutcherson who played one of the love interests in the film Peeta Mellark, he delivers a role of emotional intelligence and subtle understanding that I hadn’t believed him capable of and I had underestimated his acting skill.

The film had an exciting beginning, middle and end filled with beautiful scenery from New Jersey to Hawaii, with incredible acting all the way through. Now one of the best book to movie adaptations ever made.

10 stars