Thank you so much to Zuky over at BookBum for tagging me! Her blog is absolutely incredible with endless amounts of original content! How does she come up with everything??? I still don’t understand???
This tag is to wrap up all the books I’ve read these past 6 months by answering the following 15 questions.
So, without further ado – let’s get to answering!
I don’t know why everyone hates this series, but I really enjoyed King’s Cage. I’ve heard a lot of complaints about the lack of originality, but maybe because I was in a very long reading slump that I have not read any books that I can compare it too???
I have a WHOLE post dedicated to this very topic, but I’m going to have to go with One Dark Throne because I need that sequel in my life RIGHT. NOW.
Brooklyn, by far, was the biggest disappointment. I had a keen interest in watching the movie, so obviously I decided to read the book first. The book was fairly ok, albeit a bit bland, up until the very abrupt ending where no character development really happened. It was meaningless. And I still haven’t watch the movie lol
I ate Truthwitch whole. I completely devoured it. It was delicious, would eat again, 10/10 recommend.
I’m going to go with Robin Roe, author of A List of Cages!
I don’t have one??? Maybe I’ve out grown this…
Ya know, I can’t think of a book that downright made me sob. Perhaps my heart has gone cold this year.
This series is just a precious little gem that deserves to be treasured ❤
The tenth anniversary edition of The Book Thief. It’s just so beautiful I can’t!
Oh my gosh. So many.
- The remainder of the Shades of Magic series by V.E. Schwab. I’ve already ordered A Gathering of Shadows!
- The Six of Crows duology by Leigh Bardugo
- Into the Water by Paula Hawkins – it’s already on my shelf!!
- The Winds of Winter by George R.R. Martin – is anyone still holding out hope that it comes out this year…?
- Dragonfly in Amber by Diana Gabaldon – been listening to the audiobook of Outlander so I remember everything before I begin reading the sequel.
- Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas. I will read this eventually.
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