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First and last
A book/series you’ve read and enjoyed, but can’t bring yourself to read again
I had a lot of fun with the Lunar Chronicles series–considering it was heavier on the romance than I was expecting–but in total, the series was average and I don’t think I’d get anything out of re-reading it again.
With a friend of my friend
A book/series someone recommended to you that turned out to be different from what you had expected
I was expecting enemies-to-lovers and a badass fighter woman. Well, I got the badass woman but she acted more like a dudebro sometimes. And I hardly got a romance throughout the whole novel. So…yeah, disappointing.
A book whose sequel you immediately had to read
I gobbled up this book like it was my first meal in three days. I was practically frothing at the mouth for more and luckily I managed to get the sequel quickly after I was done the first book.
Let’s go to the movies
A book/series that should be adapted to the screen
It’s a mafia book about super-powered warriors, and follows a generational tale about one family. It also tackles so many interesting topics, including culture and immigration. This series was made for TV/the movies!
A book that made you go ahhhh and ohhhh.
Anytime Zang did anything, I felt like my hair was flying back from my face. This is such an epic space story, so there are plenty of moments that had me gawking at my audiobook!
Fun at the fair
A book full of colors
The way Clayton describes colour in this book is outstanding. Like something couldn’t just be red–it had to be a rouge so bright you could blind yourself. Each colour almost has a taste to it and it’s quite the experience.
Amusement park adventure
A book that was a rollercoaster
I’ve raved about this book enough times on this blog; it’s going to pull every kind of emotion out of you!
Picnic with cherries
A book whose food descriptions made you feel all *heart eyes*
Unfortunately, I don’t read a lot of books that involve loving descriptions of food but I remember Montgomery really made me want to try out Marilla’s cooking.
Trip to the museum
A book that taught you valuable stuff
This book taught me the value of looking for validation within myself rather than from other people, and the value in relying on myself when others refuse to have my back. These lessons are ones that Circe learns the hard way but I find her so inspiring because of that.
I tag you!
- Jenna @ Bookmark My Thoughts
- Holly @ Nut Free Nerd
- Florence @ Miscellany Pages
- Jacob @ Books and Pixels
- That Book Gal