Book Blogger Memory Challenge

I saw this on Stefanie’s blog Adventures of a Bibliophile and thought it looked so much fun I wanted to try it! I deleted the answers and waited a while to answer myself, so as not to remember hers… let’s see if we got any similar results!

Rules

You must answer these questions without looking anything up on the internet and without looking at your bookshelves!

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Name a book written by an author called Michael

Dude, Where’s My Country, by Michael Moore. This was one of the first English books I read, and a non-fiction, too! Quite a rarity back in the day, for me. I actually enjoyed this a lot, and it’s been now maybe 12 years since I read it… I wonder if I would like it now?

Name a book with a dragon on the cover

Eragon, by Christopher Paolini. Most boring answer on earth? Probably. I think everyone wrote that.

Name a book about a character called George

Ugh… I have no idea. I keep remembering Stephanie’s answer on this one because it was so clever (Curious George).

Name a book written by an author with the surname Smith

No. Clue. Whatsoever.

Name a book set in Australia

Nine Perfect Strangers, by Liane Moriarty.

Name a book with the name of a month in the title

Middlemarch counts, right?

Name a book with a knife on the cover

The Subtle Knife, by Philip Pullman.

Name a book with the word ‘one’ in the title

One Day, by Nicholas Sparks (I’ve never read it, though…)

Name a book with an eponymous title

Rebecca, by Daphne du Maurier

Name a book turned into a movie

The Lord of the Rings! Wow, I’m terrible at this.

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Well, I’m no good at this, apparently. Did you guys do this tag? If not, consider yourself tagged!

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12 thoughts on “Book Blogger Memory Challenge

  1. I did Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon for the book with a dragon on the cover, and I did a manga, Your Lie in April, for book with a month in the title. This is a really fun tag post, though. It’s interesting to see what books com to mind on these prompts without trying to go look on our shelves or on Goodreads or wherever.

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  2. Pingback: Bookish Post: Book Blogger Memory Challenge – Yipee ki-yay, motherbooker

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