Hello beautiful people!
Thank you so much Siren @ Sweaters & Raindrops for tagging me in this really fun book tag! Her idea of a first date is SUPER adorable … I would love to walk down a cute town, browsing little boutiques and shops. I don’t really know what my ideal first date is … something intimate but also in public? Maybe a cute coffee or bookshop that has some character to it, walking around afterwards … food would be a must, because I love food ha-ha!
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One. First and Last: A book/series you’ve read and enjoyed, but can’t bring yourself to read again
The hype for this book was INSANE … and for a really great reason … it’s an amazingly written and powerful story, one that really impacted my thoughts on the world. It’s still one of my favourite novels, but I don’t think I’ll ever read it again. I just don’t think there’s any way to get those same emotions again when re-reading the novel … the novel catches you off guard, which is why people react the way they do. So when you already know what’s going to happen, it kind of loses that during a re-read.
Two. With a friend of my friend: A book/series someone recommended to you that turned out to be different from what you had expected
This series was EVERYWHERE a couple of years ago … a LOT of people kept recommending it to me, so I finally decided to give it a go and did a group buddy read last year. I was expecting more mystery and adventure and suspense … but it was definitely not what I expected. As the series continued, I started to lose interest. I’m still glad I read it … but it was NOT what I was expecting whatsoever!
Three. Double date: A book whose sequel you immediately had to read
Oh my goodness … this book … OH MY GOSH! Seriously, I couldn’t put this down. I’ve had SUCH a hard time finding some new adult books that keep me intrigued … and then I finally gave this book a chance. Tucker just knows how to pace a book, providing the right amount of growth and detail at the right time. Once I finished this, I HAD to order Wild at Heart … thank goodness my aunt had already ordered it for me as a birthday gift! Note: The sequel’s incredible too.
Four. Let’s go to the movies: A book/series that should be adapted to the screen
This book is HILARIOUS! Seriously, if you haven’t read it yet … you really need to. It’s a wonderfully witty and epic adventure story, with a wonderful lore and elaborate settings. I honestly would love to see the characters and creatures and settings Eames has created brought to life … I think if the right director was chosen, it could be phenomenal!
Five. Dreamy stargazing: A book that made you go ahhhh and ohhhh
This book gave me ALL the feels … honestly, I absolutely adore this novel. The story is phenomenal and the writing draws you in … you can’t help but read until the last page! And honestly, that cover is just stunning!
Six. Fun at the fair: A book full of colours
To be frank … I have no idea lol! Maybe because I’m writing this at 11 PM at night ha-ha!
Seven. Amusement park adventure: A book that was a rollercoaster
I was not expecting there to be quite so much emotion going on in this book … but apparently, I was VERY wrong. It’s actually a well-balanced book, addressing a multitude of different issues and troubles without overwhelming the reader. Hopefully, I will be able to read more of Bennett’s books this year!
Eight. Picnic with cherries: A book whose food descriptions made you feel all *heart eyes*
Yes … it’s my go-to answer … but I honestly haven’t read many books that REALLY describe the food so well that it makes me want to jump into the book to simply steal the food. But I swear, every book in the Harry Potter series describes some kind of food or drink or tasty treat that makes my mouth water!
Nine. Trip to the museum: A book that taught you valuable stuff
Honestly … I can’t get over how much I love this book, and the Wild series in general. It’s honestly such a beautiful story, one that taught me so much. From living in the moment, learning to not overthink the future, choosing to forgive and let go, knowing when to grieve and when to move forward, not being scared to love … I have nothing but love for this book and it’s sequel Wild at Heart.
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