30-Day Book Challenge: Day 02 – Book You’ve Read More Than 3X

Day 02: A book that you’ve read more than 3 times.

It will definitely have to be Resident Evil: The Umbrella Conspiracy by S.D. Perry, which is the novelisation of the original video game that was released for the PlayStation in 1996, and I love visiting it every year around Halloween as it is one of my favourite horror games of all time.


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11 thoughts on “30-Day Book Challenge: Day 02 – Book You’ve Read More Than 3X

  1. The Resident Evil book series really has been so much fun to read! It’s too bad that S.D. Perry seems to have quit writing these as it’s been a long time since I last saw a release 😥But..other than that: a really fun series!

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    • Yeah I would have loved novelisations for RE 4-7 plus Revelations. Especially Revelations. I remember playing that in 3D on the 3DS and it scared me to bits haha. Same thing for the Metal Gear Solid games. I wish 5 was novelised and 3 was translated into English. They’re so good. Cheesy but great

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    • Harry Potter is definitely a very impactful series that turned a lot of people into readers, and tends to be the most-read series for many readers too. 🙂 For me, the equivalent in terms of middle-grade genre would have to be Goosebumps haha. So spoopy.

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      • I can’t say that Harry Potter turned me a reader 😛 I already read a lot before HP came out! But, definitely was the first books I re-read a lot of times xD
        I had some books from Goosebumps ahah But, I think I never read them THAT much xD

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