Book Bucket List Challenge

Hi everyone! Today I’m back very shortly with this video I made to answer the Book Bucket List Challenge TAG, to which I was supposed to answer more than a week ago but couldn’t find time to do so… So I apologise to my friend Guillaume who had tagged me…

The principle of this TAG is extremely easy: what you basically need to do is give the list of your 10 favourite books or the 10 books that touched your soul in a way others haven’t. It’s a very tough challenge and I haven’t been very good at it myself since I picked 11 books instead of 10 and I wanted to add others but thought I should really limit myself to an amount of books that remained close to 10…

Otherwise this week, I’ll try to publish my post about My Little Box of August, which was My Little SUNSET Box :D and I’ll also try to publish the combination of my summer’s IntaMagicS, i.e. July’s and August’s :) This is not 100% sure but I can promise you I’ll do my very best! 

Before nominating my nominees ^^, I want to apologise for the extremely bad quality of the sound of the video :/ I don’t really know if it’s due to the room, where I film or to my camera but that’s quite annoying… so if some of you guys know about this, could you please help ’cause I’m quite desperate :///

Anyway, I hope you enjoy the video and as I said, if you have further questions or comments, please feel free to write to me anytime and in any way you like :)


My nominees… 

Amélie/Maëlle/Marion from McCine/my brother/Pauline/Martin/Julie/Camille/Daddy/Stuart


My BOOK BUCKET LIST

1. Les Misérables by Victor Hugo

2. The Fault in our stars by John Green

3. One Day by David Nicholls

4. Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen

5. Ways to live forever by Sally Nicholls

6. On the road by Jack Kerouac

7.  Empty Roads and Broken Bottle – In Search for the Great Perhaps by Charlotte Eriksson

8. Comme un roman by Daniel Penac

9. The secret life of France by Lucy Wadham

10. Antigone by Jean Anouilh

11. Bel-Ami by Maupassant

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2 Comments

  1. 12th October 2014 / 8:11 PM

    I have Les Miserables on my to-read list too. I actually starte reading it, but I’m one of those people that MUST read the prologues and everything before the story starts just in case I miss out on something important. In my book the prologues are sooo long that I stopped reading it. I will continue though!

    • Marie
      12th October 2014 / 8:16 PM

      haha good :p xx

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