Hello everyone, welcome back to my blog, today I’m doing a book tag which I saw on Brianna’s blog and then knew I had to give it a try.
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Clockwork Princess! Okay so I’m not sure if this meant a book that broke your heart but you were totally fine with it, but with this book it was not the case. I’m sorry, I felt like there was something wrong with the ending, when Tessa went with a certain someone. I spoke more about it in my review here.
Frankenstein I thought about for a looonggg time. I spoke more about that in my first-impressions post for it here, I didn’t feel qualified enough to do a review on it that would justify the book haha.
Six of Crows would be an EPIC movie if done right.
The Gilded Wolves has an absolutely gorgeous cover.
Okay, so this is not a specific book, but I love Cassandra Clare’s whole concept of the Shadowhunters and everything, and I love the characters and love bits of all the books. I guess all those bits added together are more than enough to make up a whole book? The thing is, when I first read the mortal instruments I gave them all five stars but they were like my first YA books so I took my ratings down because I didn’t feel they were representative of how my feelings would be now, especially since… Queen of Air and Darkness, *cough* *cough* *cough* *cough*
Anne of Green Gables. I know I sound like such a weirdo saying this but reading those books are like going back to a kind of home.
The Maze Runner. I remember being instantly absorbed with it on a plane journey and not being able to put it down at all and thinking ‘oh my gosh she was so right!’ because my best friend would not stop going on about it.
ANNE OF GREEN GABLES HELLO!!!! But to be more interesting: Jane Eyre. I love Jane Eyre so much, I really wanted to get the physical version. I think I will. Also another book I highlighted loads of passages on.
Anne and Gilbert obviously.
Sorry I have to be boring but Anne of Green Gables??? Guys, I’ve never been so obsessed with a book… I don’t know if it was because of my age or if it’s just because it’s the one for me?
Snow Like Ashes I loved. The premise of the sequel didn’t seem something particularly good and I started it and didn’t like it. I’m not sure if “hate” is the correct word as it is a strong word but I cannot think of anything else where I hated the sequel because usually when I love the first book I also at least like the next books.