Hello all and welcome to my blog! I’m attempting to post more frequently because I stopped posting a lot in the past year. Today I’m bringing you a book tag that I was tagged in by the wonderful And On She Reads! Thank you for the tag!
France – Your favourite love story
I don’t have a favorite love story, so I’m just going to name some of the couples that I’ve enjoyed from my 5-star reads.
- Henry and Alex from Red, White & Royal Blue
- Lucy and Joshua from The Hating Game
- Chloe and Red from Get a Life, Chloe Brown
- Luc and Oliver from Boyfriend Material
- Percival and Abigail from A Dash of Romance
- Jess and Sam from The Spark
Spain – A colourful cover
The End of October by Lawrence Wright is a book that is on my partner’s TBR and it has a colorful spine so I decided to look up the cover and indeed it is also colorful!
I also have the OwlCrate version of This Poison Heart by Kalynn Bayron which is more colorful (in my opinion) than the original cover. I can’t find a good picture of it online though, and I’m too lazy to take a picture myself right now, so I’ll just go with The End of October.
Italy – A book taking place in summer
In the last tag, I talked about how I don’t pay attention to what season books take place in, so I’m finding this to be more difficult than it probably should be. I’m pretty sure, however, that Wayward Son occurs during the summer.
Greece – A book with mythology
The first book I can think of is The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan. I read that book a while ago and then realized that I should probably read the Percy Jackson series first so I didn’t continue. I do own the full Percy series and it’s on my TBR shelf. I just haven’t gotten around to starting it yet (story of my life).
I did post a review if The Lost Hero on my blog. You can read that here.
Belgium – A book with politics
I recently read a book called We Are 100 by comedian Nathan Timmel and it was surprising political. I don’t know what I was expecting from it, but through the plot, the author brought up a lot of moral/political issues that occur throughout the world.
If you’re interested in checking that book out, you can find my review here.
Ireland – A book with a strong friendship group
The Raven Cycle is one of the best found family stories that I’ve ever read. I’m currently in the middle of the spin-off series called The Dreamer Trilogy and I’m hoping that one goes just as well.
Another book that I recently read and loved the friendship was One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston. The relationships in there were as hilarious as they were heartfelt. I’d definitely recommend all of these books that I’ve mentioned.
The Netherlands – Flowers on the cover
Five Feet Apart was the first book I thought of because I am in love with this cover. Not only is is GORGEOUS but it also is an upside down tree with flowers that is in the shape of lungs. Is that not the coolest and cleverest thing you’ve ever seen???
I haven’t watched the film version of this and I have no idea if it is an accurate representation of MS, so I’ll have to leave that up to those who are more qualified than me. I did post a review of this novel which you can read here.
Germany – A book taking place at Christmas
One of my favorite things to do during the holiday season is to read random love stories. The more festive, the better! It’s hard for me to name just one, so I’ll go ahead and just list a bunch.
- My Lucky Night by Olivia Spring (review)
- Christmas at Snowflake Lodge by CP Ward (review)
- Twelve Dates ‘Till Christmas by Jennifer C. Wilson (review)
- Christmas at Marshmallow Cafe by CP Ward (review)
- Christmas at Moonshine Hollow by Angela Britnell (review)
- The 12 Christmases of You & Me by Jennifer Joyce (review)
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