I’m personally not a coffee drinker (it sends me way too hyper) I’m an avid tea drinker. Like, 8 cups a day avid. However, I had a lot of fun doing this tag – so thank you Beth at reading every night for tagging me! Go and have a look at her answers by clicking on the link!
A series that’s tough to get into but has hardcore fans
The Winner’s Trilogy by Marie Rutoski: I have completed the first book (review to come soon) and am halfway through the second. Kestrel isn’t for everyone but I find her very intriguing. The series is insanely popular at the moment.
A book that gets more popular during the winter or a festive time of year
This one threw me off a bit! The only thing I can think of is A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens or The Grinch by Dr Seuss but mainly due to the films rather than because I / others read them at Christmas.
A favourite children’s book
Harry Potter by J.K.Rowling: If you know me at all, you will know that I am
crazily slightly obsessed with Harry Potter. I began reading it when I was seven and have read the entire series at least five times over. I own a ridiculous healthy amount of merchandise and have been to the Harry Potter Studio Tours twice 😀
Double shot of espresso:
A book that kept you on the edge of your seat from start to finish
Into the Darkest Corner by Elizabeth Haynes: It is just so chilling!
A book you see everywhere
Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare: Every bookstore I go into there are loads of her books. There was an entire table covered in just this one i the last Waterstones I entered. I tell myself I won’t read another of hers and yet I can’t help myself. It’s currently sitting on my coffee table ready to be read (It’s ridiculously big!).
That hipster coffee shop:
A book by an indie author (a shoutout)
Riyria books by Michael J. Sullivan: A sarcastic theif/former assassin and an idelistic mercenary/brilliant swordman join forces. The results are amazing!
Oops! I accidentally got decaf:
A book you were expecting more from
City of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare: I invested so much into The Mortal Instruments series and this final one was ultimately just a fan pleaser.
The perfect blend:
A book or series that was both bitter and sweet, but ultimately satisfying
The Black Magician Series by Trudi Canavan: Just could not put them down!
A book or series that is quietly beautiful
One by Sarah Crossan: I read this over the summer and it was an instant 5*. Definitely under appreciated.
A book or series that makes you dream of far off places
The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss: I love this book so much. The library just sounds amazing.
A favourite classic
Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll: I own the beautify copy above by the Folio Society. Another thing that I also own a huge amount of merchandise for – mainly cups.
Who do you tag?
If there’s anyone else out there who wants to take part, consider yourself tagged. Just send me a link to your post in the comments so I can see what your answers are.