Sunday, 1 April 2018

The Easter Book Tag


Happy Easter! I did some searching online and found an Easter book tag created by Rosie The Reader on Booktube. I've decided to do Pucks and Paperbacks' slightly altered version.


1. Rabbits - A book that you wish would multiply - So a book you want a sequel to (that doesn't have one)

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This is hard because most of my favourite books are my favourite because they leave me wanting that little bit more but it's the perfect ending. 

I think I'd have to say Althea & Oliver by Cristina Moracho. It'd be interesting to see and Althea and Oliver's lives one year later.



2. Egg - A book that surprised you


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The Dark Lake by Sarah Bailey. It's a crime thriller with an unreliable narrator so it had plenty of twists and turns. I kept thinking I knew who the murderer was but I kept getting proved wrong.


3. Hunt - A book that was hard for you to get your hands on 


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whiskey words & a shovel by r.h. Sin. I had to wait a long time to get it from the library because someone else had checked it out.


4. Lamb - A children's book that you still enjoy


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Penny Pollard's Diary by Robin Klein. I loved this series as a child. I recently reread this book, the first in the series, late last year and I still enjoyed it.


5. Spring - A book with a cover that makes you think of spring

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the sun and her flowers by Rupi Kair. Flowers always make me think of Spring, and the poems in this book are all about new beginnings which I think is quite symbolic of flowers.


6. Rising from the dead - A book from a deceased author


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The Monkey's Mask by Dorothy Porter. I had to study this book last year for uni. I love poetry and crime thrillers so I loved how Porter combined the two genres in one book. It was an interesting read.



7. Baskets - A book that is in your Amazon cart or wish list right now


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The Lover's Dictionary by David Levithan. This book was written in such a unique format and left me wanting more. I want the hardcover copy so I can admire it on my shelf, and I want the paperback copy so I can put sticky notes on my favourite quotes (basically the whole book).


8. Candy - A book that is sweet


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Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli. The romance in this book was so sweet and it wasn't overdone. I loved how there were positive family dynamics. It left me feeling warm and fuzzy after I finished reading it.


9. Peeps - Tag people
I tag anyone who wants to do this tag.



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  2. Yess I love Simon Vs!! SO sweet and cute and fluffy, and wholesome?! Which is always refreshing! I also liked The Sun And Her Flowers...so well written ahh. I need to read the author's first anthology now!

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    1. Milk & Honey is really good. Although, I liked The Sun and Her Flowers a little more.

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