If you follow my blog you may notice that on occasion I will choose to describe a book in three words. This stems from my most favorite bookish thing ever: Blind Date with a Book.
Once monthly, there’s an event in town called “Blind Date with a Book.” It’s a fundraiser for the city library. What it entails: A pile of brown-paper-wrapped books (overflow/duplicates from the library) that have a sticker on the front. The sticker describes the books in a few descriptive (yet vague) words. You choose which books you want to buy for a very low cost ($10 for 3-4 I think?). And then it’s like Christmas when you open them! For me, though, the best part is walking around and trying to guess what each book is.
So I thought it’d be fun to bring that to the blog!
Here are a couple easier examples:
Book 1 Clues: Fantasy, orphan, new school, magical adventure and unexpected villain
…..okay have you thought about it?….
Answer: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
Book 2 Clues: Dystopian, gripping young adult, separate districts, and violence
Answer: The Hunger Games
Okay so do you get it? Now I’ll post the real one. Go ahead and take your guesses in the comment section below. I’ll give you guys 24-36 hours before I comment back and let you know if you’re right. If this is somewhat popular, I’ll continue to do this weekly. But for now, let’s just see how you do with this one:
Alright! Now leave your guesses, comments, complaints, love notes, and more in the comment section below!