A BOOK THAT KEPT YOU UP ALL NIGHT
What Light by Jay Asher. Boy was I determined to finish that book! I started it around 7 pm, and I didn’t expect to finish it. But what I didn’t realize was how short it was (250 pages). So I decided I was gonna finish it then and there, and ended up staying up until 1 am. The only other book I can think of is Mockingjay, but I didn’t stay up quite as late.
I honestly don’t have an answer😳 I don’t read books that scare me. Definitely not a horror fan AT ALL.
I’m gonna be completely honest, Watership Down by Richard Adams. It was an okay book, but it took me FOREVER, and the writing seriously bogged me down.
Gah there’s so many! My main one is probably Wayfarer by Alexandra Bracken. I liked Passenger, didn’t love it, but I can’t help he super excited for the next one! My second most anticipated is probably The Continent by Kiera Drake. There’s so much crap going around about this book, but I’m still sooooo excited! And have you seen that cover???
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. I LOVE PEETA SO MUCH😍😍😍😍he’s my #1 Book BAE. I just can’t even— akajduzjns! His personality would match mine perfectly, he’s sooo kind and caring and considerate—I could go on and on and on.
Is it cheating to use the same book in a row? Oh well💁 My for sure choice would be The Hunger Games society. The 13 districts would scare me half to death. Violence in real life scares the living daylights out of me. I couldn’t deal living in a world where I’m in constant fear for my life. I like peace, thank you very much.
The Glass Castle by Trisha Preibe. The cliffhanger was so killer. It wasn’t a scary one, but it was almost like the end of a chapter. I just needed more!
Hands down— The BFG by Roald Dahl. The whole beginning of the book took place at nighttime, because that’s when the giants would go out. I used to love this book as a kid, and I still do to this day.
Gotta be honest, I have no idea. I don’t actually remember dreaming about a book. I kinda wish I could say Harry Potter, because i think about it every day.
A DEMENTOR! That would be the scariest experience of my life— one that I probably wouldn’t survive.