Quick Fire Fantasy Book Tag #BookTagTuesday

Hello Peoples! I’ve been tagged/skewered!!! *haha* I’m in a mood today.πŸ˜πŸ™ƒ That’s right Millay tagged me for this fun book tag. Do you follow Millay’s blog??? Mmm. She has a fun blog. Just click on the link ~

The Quick Fire Book Tag: #BookTagTuesday – Millay’s Musings (wordpress.com)


Oh, those annoying rules, but, here there are ~

~ Thank the person who tagged you and link back to their post. Thanks Milay!!!

~ Link to the creator’s blog in your post ~

Quick Fire Fantasy Book Tag – the bookworm dreamer (wordpress.com)

~ Answer the prompts below ~ all fantasy books! I don’t read a lot of fantasy, although I do like fantasy, but I will give this tag a try!

~ Tag five others to take part.

~ Enjoy!

5 Star Read ~

And my answer is to be fantasy??? Mmm. The Return of the King by J. R. R. Tolkien. All three books in the series are 5 star, but I chose Return of the King because of the finish.

Always Going To Recommend ~

The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis

Own It But Haven’t Read It ~

The Fall of Gondolin by J. R. R. Tolkien

Edited by Christopher Tolkien

Gondolin has always fascinated me, however, I know very little about it. One day I was browsing the bookstore and I found The Fall of Gondolin. I guess I need to read it.

Would Read Again ~

Narnia, Middle Earth and The Gates of Heaven Series by C. S. Lakin

In Another World ~

Mmmm. I’m not sure.

Back On Earth ~

Middle Earth or Narnia

The Return of the King (2003)

I would live with the Elves in Rivendale.


Cozynookbks | Living in my own book world (wordpress.com)

The Project: Me by Judy | The Tools I Wish I’d Known About Sooner (wordpress.com)

Clearwater Daybook

Tessa Talks Books – No Spoiler Book Reviews & Recommendations for the Perfect Escape

themomfred | Little bits of this and that.

Have Fun!

Much love ~



6 thoughts on “Quick Fire Fantasy Book Tag #BookTagTuesday

  1. Loving all the LOTR and Narnia related answers! πŸ˜‰ Yes, definitely read The Fall of Gondolin. It is SO great!! A little convoluted because Christopher Tolkien had to make sense of his father’s ramblings….making it hard to follow along with at times. But still a great book! Thanks for doing this tag, Katie!

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