Ten Day Book Challenge: Day Four

Woohoo! It’s Day Four of the Ten Day Book Challenge! Thank you to the fabulous Rami Ungar for tagging me to participate.

If you’re wondering what this challenge is all about, here are the rules:

  • Thank whoever nominated you with big, bold print. If they have a blog, link to the post where you got tagged there.
  • Explain the rules.
  • Post the cover of a book that was influential on you or that you love dearly.
  • Explain why.
  • Tag someone else to do the challenge, and let them know they’ve been tagged.

harry potter

No book challenge would be complete without a shoutout to one of my all-time favorite book series. I chose to spotlight Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban because, for me, this book marked a turning point where the series shifted from being a children’s series to a young adult series. Or, really, a series for anyone who likes magic and fantasy. I’m not sure if this book is my favorite out of the series (it’s really hard to choose), but like I said, it was pivotal (in my opinion).

I’m tagging EVERYONE to participate in this book challenge. If you’d like to participate, please leave a comment here so I can visit your blog or Facebook (wherever you decide to post) and share my love of books with you!

5 thoughts on “Ten Day Book Challenge: Day Four

  1. My personal favorite in that series is Chamber of Secrets, though I have to admit that Prisoner of Azkaban definitely has a lot going for it. And it doesn’t have moody Harry from Book 5, which I hate! Seriously dude, take a chill pill or a chill potion or a cheering charm or something! Stop taking your anger out on everyone!

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