Hellouu people, long time no see! I don't want to bother you with excuses so let's immediately start with the book tag.
I found this tag on Wattpad and it was created, I assume, by DarkChickie on Wattpad. Here is her post.
Basically, you're given a list of diseases and you have to answer bookish questions related to them.
1. Diabetes - a book too sweet, like really sweet.
For this one, I choose Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. I am one of the few poeple who actually liked the Baz and Simon parts in this book. I loved their romance and I thought that this book was a sweet and cute experience! I am sorry that I don't have a REALLY sweet book. I promise I'll read one. Someday. Maybe..
2. Chicken Pox - a book you've read once, and never will pick up again.
The thing is I don't reread books, except for Harry Potter, but I have a book that I hated. I've never hated a book before but this one took the cake. I am talking about Bully by Penelope Douglas. I love love-hate relationship but even I could recognize that it was abuse. No, never gain, nope.
3. Influenza - a contagious book that spread like a virus.
For this one, I'll have to go with A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas. I pretty sure that most people thought that ACOTAR was an okay book or worse but then ACOMAF came and the series spread like wildfire. Because it was so damn good. I still think it's the best book in the series even though I read ACOWAR.
4. The Cycle - a book you read every month, year, etc.
Harry Potter because I plan to read it in German next. Can't wait for that! :D
5. Insomnia - a book that kept you up all night.
Right now I can't remember any book that fits into this category. But I'll go with Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn. I can imagine that it kept some poeple up all night. I mean the whole intrigue was spectacular. Also, I'll probably read Lord of Shadows all night when it comes out.
6. Amnesia - a book that is forgotten and failed to leave an impression on you.
I had to search in the depths of my goodreads "read" shelf to find a book that I've tottaly forgotten. And I found The Case of the Murdered Players by Robert Newman. Honestly, I had forgotten so much (the plot, the characters, the story!!!) that I had to stop and remind myself what it was about.
7. Asthma - a book that took your breath away
The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss. Everything about this book is brilliant. Everything just everything. It's difficult to explain to someone who hasn't read it but trust me, it's good.
8. Malnutrition - a book that lacked food for thought
Olive Kitteridge byElizabeth Strout. I am pretty sure it has some depth but I simply couldn't find it. Maybe when I am older I will understand it.
9. Travel Sickness - a book that took you on a journey through time and space
So that was the Sick Book Tag. I hope you enjoyed reading about my choices. Whoever comments on this post is tagged :D