Thank you to The Bookworm Drinketh for tagging me last month (see her answers to this book tag here)! 🙂 I like to do just one book tag a month, but depending on if I find a good romantic book tag for February, I might do two, especially since this one is quite short. We’ll see. Also, I’m currently really into gifs (or more so than usual), so I’ve sprinkled some in below. Anyway, here are my answers to the Books I’ll Probably Never Read Tag.
A Really Hyped Book
Hillbilly Elegy by J.D. Vance. From what I know about this book, I can draw many parallels to my own hometown, and I already have to deal with those connections and my gripes with them so I don’t want to live that twice over by reading this book.
A Series You Won’t Start Or Won’t Be Finishing
The Hunger Games trilogy. I couldn’t really get into the first book, and I just don’t have any interest in picking up this series and trying again now.
A Classic Novel
There are very few (if any) classics I’m not interested in, so I’m going to name classics that I’ve read but could have happily gone my entire life not reading: The Old Man and the Sea (or really anything by Ernest Hemingway) and Moby-Dick by Herman Melville.
I don’t know if it has a specific name, but anything to do with political analysis or political science (not political biographies or memoirs; most, anyway).
A Book From Your Shelves
Not That Kind of Girl by Lena Dunham. I’m actually in the process of removing this book from my shelves (learn more about that here).
If you have any thoughts about my answers or if you fill this out yourself, be sure to leave a comment!