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Unforgettable Bookish Memories Tag!

I love doing book tags because, quite often it is how I find some hidden book gems. So, when I saw the unforgettable bookish memories tag I wanted to give it a go. I found this one on ZeZee with Books. It seems like it is a fun book tag. Here is the unforgettable bookish memories tag!

The first book you ever read (or was read to you)

The first book I ever read on my own was Matilda by Roald Dahl. It is for that reason that it holds a special place in my heart. Since then I have read it over and over again.

The first book you ever bought with your own money

It was Twenty Boy Summer by Sarah Ockler and I remember exactly where I bought it. I pick it up with pocket money I had been saving for weeks, at the Waterstones in Manchester Arndale. I took it home, read it straight away and loved it.

A book you stayed up all night reading

I have not done this for ages and I do not know why. The last book I stayed up all night reading was The Loneliest Girl in the Universe by Lauren James. I remember not being about stop thinking about it even though I was extremely tired. So, I stayed up and finished the whole thing.

A book you frequently think about

This would have to be The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid. It is easily my favourite book of all time and I frequently find myself thinking about it and how much I want to re-read it. I’m always recommending it to people and I do not think I’ll ever stop.

An unforgettable character

Peter Kavinsky from To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han. I’ve read that book series so many times that I know I will never forget Peter Kavinsky. I adore his character even years after first reading the book for so many reasons and I think I always will.

A random bookish memory

I’m going to say when I fell out of my chair in shock whilst reading a book. It was during the first lockdown and I was sat in a camping chair in the back garden. The chairs are really easy to fall out of, as I found out. I was reading Hold Back the Tide by Melinda Salisbury and a plot twist shocked me so much that I fell backwards out of my chair!

There you have it, the unforgettable bookish memories tag. What would you answers be to these ones? Let me know in the comments!

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