Qotd: What’re you currently reading?
I’m still on First Past The Post by S. J Garland and I’m almost done. Next up will be The Housemaid by Sarah Denzil InshaAllah.
In other news, I stumbled upon this amazing tag from Kristen’s page two months ago and I decided to have a go at it. Check out her page! Anyone is welcome to try it too!
The Last Book I Gave Up On
First Past The Post by S. J Garland. I didn’t like the horseracing stuff which is the main theme of the book. The characters and dialogue were amazing so I just had to skim read the explanation parts. I almost gave up on it but, well, normally even when a book doesn’t vibe with me, I must finish it no matter what.
Last Book I Re-read
The Virtuous Woman by Zaynab Alkali. Oh how I love this book. I have read it a couple of times and most recently, I read it again. Everytime I read this book, I feel as if I’m reading it for the first time. It is just so interesting and makes me feel nostalgic every single time. It makes me remember the first time I read it, many years ago.
Last Book I Bought
Girls Of Riyadh by Rajaa Alsanea. Bought it at the airport and it was a really good read. Didn’t disappoint.
Last Book I Said I Read But Actually Didn’t
Nope. I’ve never done this. Thank God!
Last Book I Wrote in the Margins Of
I think I did a long time ago. And it was in A Farewell To Arms by Ernest Hemingway. I was so young, I can’t believe I did that!
Last Book That I Had Signed
Nah. I don’t have any signed book.
The Last Book I Lost
I lost a bunch of book at the airport years ago and it still hurts. They were some of my favourite books, which I really adored. I still believe I’ll get them back one day InshaAllah.
The Last Book I Had to Replace
A couple of books. But mainly because they were battered from reading over and over again.
The Last Book I Argued Over
Purple Hibiscus by Chimamanda Adichie. I argued with my aunt over Kambili’s dad. I believe what her mom did to the dad was of course, not good, but I understand why she did what she did. But my aunt doesn’t! We still argue about it sometimes.
The Last Book You Couldn’t Find
Sons and Daughters by J. C. De Graft. It was one of the books I lost and I searched for it everywhere but unfortunately couldn’t find it.
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