Throw Back Thursday: Chpt 1


Hello Everyone!

It’s time to dust some cobwebs and fall in love (possibly) all over again with books from our Past.

Now I’ve seen the Throw Back Thursday or TBT tag used as a way to bring up reviews of the past BUT I wanted to use it as a way to reconnect with books that we’ve read a while back.

The rules are simple:

  • You haven’t read the book recently (has to have been at least 3 years and back)

That’s it! Simple, right?

While you’re dusting the dust off those pages and reading the excerpt on the back, ask yourself the following:

  1. When did you read it?
  2. Do you think you would you read it again now?
  3. Did this book have any impact on what type of books you read today?

[Feel Free to modify the list any way you want]


Title: Two Princesses of Bamarre

Author: Gail Carson Levine

Pages:306

Format:PaperBack

(Click on the image to purchase from Amazon)


This week’s TBT book is Two Princesses of Bamarre by Gail Carson Levine. Many of you might’ve read Gail’s other famous works, such as Ella Enchanted and The Princess Tales series.

I read Two Princesses of Bamarre when I was in 4th grade (oh goodness! It’s been 17 years!). Other than Harry Potter and the countless mythology books I read, this was my first true introduction to Fantasy books. It launched me into the world of Dragons and magic that had my ten-year-old eyes fluttering and my little heart wishing I could live it.

Two Princesses of Bamarre has a special place in my heart and I can definitely see myself re-reading it in the near future.


What is your TBT book? Feel free to comment below or tag me on your post! ❤

Jeimy

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