I had not been tagged to do this, but I’m a badass rebel, so I thought I’d do it anyway. LMAO.
So, let us get to it.
Croissant: Name one book or series, which everyone, including you loves.
My instinct is to choose Harry Potter, but for the sake of something different, I’d choose The Fault in our Stars.
Macron: Name a book that was hard to get through, but worth it in the end.
Vol-Au-vent (I don’t know what that is. Most of these stuff aren’t popular where I’m from) -A book which you thought would be amazing, but fell flat.
I’m sorry if you loved this book. I just couldn’t figure out what was so amszing about it.
Pain Au Chocolat: Name a book that you thought would be one thing, but turned out to be something else.
I thought this would be a fast paced YA book with a kickass female lead, but i turned out to be a slow, romantic retelling, with religious themes. I still liked it, though.
Profiterole: Name a book or a series that doesn’t get enough attention.
The Fire Sermon by Francesca Haig is pone of my favorite YA dystopian books of all time. I thought it was amazing, and I really don’t know why there aren’t more people talking about it.
Croquembouche: Name a book or a series that is extremely complex.
A song of ice and fire series by George R.R Martin!
Napoleon: Name a movie or a TV show based on a book you liked better than the book.
Sorry, Tolkien fans, but I found the LoTR books extremely difficult to get through, and I was glad when it finally got over. I loved the movies, though.
Kolompeh: Name a book or a series that takes place in a location other than your home country.
Um, like every book I read? For this, I’ll choose a book that takes place in a country I don’t often read about. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak, which takes place in Germany.
Pate a choux: Name a food from a a book or a series,which you’d like to try.
Some of the delicacies mentioned in the Night Circus. Yum!