I was tagged by the amazing Azia @The Uncharted Word to do this tag. Thank you once more! ❤ 🙂 Azia’s blog is wonderful and she is one of the nicest people I know. Be sure to check out her blog, you’re missing out if you aren’t following her!
I adore Animal Crossing and I have played two of its games, those being Wild World and New Leaf. I just find Animal Crossing games to be relaxing and charming, which is a wonderful combination. This month I started playing Animal Crossing: New Leaf again and I thought it was the perfect time to do this tag!
- Please link back to the original creator of the tag, Bookish Things and Tea.
- Answer the following Animal Crossing themed book questions.
- Feel free to use graphics, but be sure to credit Bookish Things and Tea.
- Tag some friends to spread the love!
The graphics that I’m using are from the creator of this tag
(they are adorable, I couldn’t resist) so all the credit for them goes to her! 🙂
I really want to read Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen. It’s one of those books that I have wanted to read for years, yet for some reason haven’t gotten around to.
(This happens to me all the time.)
That is especially bad with this book, as Jane Austen is one of my favourite authors and I have read all of her other books
(not counting her unfinished stories). So basically I have read Persuasion, Pride and Prejudice, Emma, Mansfield Park, Northanger Abbey and Lady Susan.
I seriously need to get my hands on this book and read it soon. I have missed being immersed in Jane Austen’s writing and the time period her novels take place in. Side note, I have no idea what this book is actually about.
(Even though I’m sure someone told me the plot for it?)
The first book that comes to my mind when I think about a series where I enjoyed the second book the most is Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins
(obviously the second book in The Hunger Games trilogy). This is the only books that I distinctly remember loving a lot more than the other books in the series, for others I would need to look them up. There is just something about Catching Fire that stands out to me.
I enjoyed The Hunger Games when I read it, then I loved Catching Fire and then I had some problems with Mockingjay
(to be honest I didn’t like it all that much). Catching Fire was just the most exiting book in the trilogy, many new fascinating characters were introduced and I found the direction the story took fascinating. Because of all those things Catching Fire is my favourite book in The Hunger Games and the one that stands out as my favourite second book in a series.
The first series that came to my mind when I saw this question was The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare.
(Yes, I picked a series and not a single book, but whatever.) Recently I have been thinking about the trip I took to London a few years ago and I looked at some pictures from it as well. Which is why, when I saw this question, I immediately thought of London and then the book series that came to my mind was The Infernal Devices.
I adore this trilogy sooo much!
(So I’m glad to have the opportunity to talk about it again on my blog.) These are the first Cassandra Clare books that I have ever read and I fell in love with the world, characters and setting. I love reading stories set in victorian England. (And this series was no exception.) I really want to reread this series in the future, it’s been too long since I read it.
I have been really bad when it comes to reading new releases. For some reason I haven’t been getting around to them, that also means that I’m behind on ARCs. But what is new with me? That is something that is always the case for me, as I’m a mood reader.
(And I’m bad at forcing myself to read something.)
Anyway, the best new-ish release that I have read is The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw. I read this book in October and completely adored it! I have a review for this book, where you can read more of my thoughts on The Wicked Deep. This was a book that was atmospheric and fascinating, even though it was predictable as well. I’m just so happy to have enjoyed this book as much as I did and I can’t wait to read more of Shea Ernshaw’s books in the future
(when she releases more, as this was her debut)!
I had to pick Harry Potter for this question. The whole Harry Potter series that is, not just one book from the series.
(This might be a really obvious choice, but I just had to pick it.)
Harry Potter is the series that I have reread the most. It is my all time favourite series. Harry Potter is the book series that has been with me through some tough times. It’s the series that has helped me through some things in my life. It is also the series that I end up rereading whenever I’m feeling down, or I just need something to pick me up.
Because of all those reasons I had to choose the Harry Potter series for this question.
I’m stealing Azia’s answer and going with the Six of Crows duology by Leigh Bardugo. After seeing her answer I just couldn’t think of a better book/series to choose for this question.
Leigh Bardugo has managed to create such an eclectic and fascinating cast of characters in this duology. The six main characters of this story are unique in their own way, they all have their own distinct personalities and aspirations. All of them are well developed and wonderful. I loved learning more about every single one of them as I continued reading this duology.
The series itself is rich in character when it comes to its setting and plot. Also, it’s designed beautifully
(especially the collectors edition for Six of Crows). This book is simply the perfect answer to this question!
My favourite historical fiction is The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. It has been a while since I have mentioned this book on my blog and this tag has given me the perfect opportunity to talk about it once more!
I read The Book Thief years ago
(and by that I mean over 5 years ago) and ever since then it has stuck with me. I loved Markus Zusak’s writing and the way it was narrated was fascinating to me. Plus the story in itself was amazing and I adored the characters. I really want to reread this book in the future (but who knows when that will happen).
This is a special book to me for another reason as well. My mom read it soon after I finished it
(okay, I kind of forced her to since I loved it) and she adored it as well. I was so happy that she decided to give the book a chance. It was great getting to discuss this book with her!
- Heather @The Sassy Book Geek
- Kate @Reading Through Infinity
- Dorka @Berries and Books
- Swetlana @The Caffeinated Bookworm Life
As always, if you don’t feel like doing this tag feel free to ignore me! 😀