Easter Time Book Tag

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Since Easter is coming up, what better way to welcome the holiday with a tag?? Thank you to Sea of Pages for tagging me! I had so much fun with this! This tag was originally created by Theresa @ The Calico Books. Please check both these blogs because they are so amazing! πŸ™‚

Please note that the title graphic was created by Sea of PagesΒ and the graphics used in the post were created by Theresa, and I claim no credit for these.

Without further ado, let’s get on with the tag!

Rules

  • Answer the prompts.
  • Tag some friends.
  • Link back to this post, and be sure to mention the creator (Theresa @ The Calico Books)
  • Have fun!

 

BOOK OF IVY

The Book of Ivy truly surprised me and it is unfortunate that it does not receive more recognition. This duology was a true gem since it helped me get out of a reading slump with it’s fast paced plot and character dynamics. While it does have a dystopian backdrop, it was handled a lot differently than other novels of the same genre so I highly recommend this one!

 

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Children of Blood and Bone – Do I even have to say more about this novel? OMG this was a thrill ride from start to finish and I absolutely loved the amount of representation! In addition, the characters are phenomenal and I loved being part of their journey. It’s always amazing when we hear stories inspired from different folklore. We get a better understanding of the world and the people around us and I hope more authors share stories like this in the future.

 

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A Conjuring of Light – This was the first series I ever read by Victoria Schwab and I was finally able to understand the enormous praise and love for her books. This woman has a brilliant mind and her writing is exquisite. By the time I came to the third book, I was experiencing quite a bit of bittersweet emotions since I did not want to say goodbye to all these amazing characters. However, there is some hope since I know she is planning to write more books in this world so I cannot wait for that!! πŸ™‚

 

the darkest minds

I was super lucky with this one. I happened to attend the Annual Library Sale that my Public Library holds and as soon as I saw the hardcover copy of The Darkest Mind on sale, I immediately picked it up! And to make it even better, I ended up loving this book!

 

fangirl

Fangirl – I related to this book on multiple levels! I think the main character is someone who a lot of us could relate to. She can be introverted, sassy at times, deals with social anxiety but also has a strong passion for writing which was displayed through fan fiction. I loved that this book incorporated that element since we do not typically see it in YA fiction. This is probably one of my favorite, cute contemporaries that I have ever read and I am so happy I decided to pick it up.

 

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The Lunar Chronicles – I think I have mentioned this before but I have to say that the Lunar Chronicles is the series which changed my life. I read this during a not so great time in my life but the themes of self-determination, strength, confidence and loving yourself really did provide a bit of consolation so I am grateful for Marissa Meyer for writing these books!

 

caraval

Ok, talk about a novel with a twist after a twist. Honestly, this book was a roller coaster for me since the plot swayed left and right and it kept me on my toes wondering what could happen next. Caraval has definitely joined the ranks of my favorite series of all time!

I tag:

Grace @SheHeartsFiction

Tiffany@Readbytiffany

Jane@BloggerBooks

Tilly@TheBiblioshelf

Becky@Becky’sBookBlog

PJ@Reviewerpj

Malin @Grimmsnaught

 

If you have not checked out their blogs, please do because they post great content! If you were already tagged for this and I added you, I’m so sorry! And if you completed this tag, please link your post below so I can check it out! Have fun everyone! πŸ™‚

Until next time, keep reading and I will see you all soon with another bookish post!

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7 thoughts on “Easter Time Book Tag

  1. Great answers! I can literally relate to everyone of them 😍 I’m suuuuper happy that you enjoyed VE Schwab because I’m about to read ADSOM and I’m really looking forward to it! And I also agree with Fangirl, it’s probably my favorite contemporary read, I’m not a huge fan of this genre but that would be my fave 😍😍😍 and The Lunar Chronicles and Caraval are really fantastic πŸ₯³

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  2. I’m so sorry I’m just now seeing this but I’ve been busy this week, eeek!

    Love your answers!!!! I will definitely look out for The Book of Ivy. Hidden gems are so fun to find! I guess because we’re not expecting much because there is no hype?

    Children of Blood and Bone is one I want to get to (can feel it staring at me from my bookcase haha) but I also don’t want to WANT BOOK 2 ASAP. Still, your praise keeps inching it higher and higher on my TBR pile. πŸ˜‰

    V.E. Shwab’s books look awesome, but their sizes intimidate me a little bit. Is A Conjuring of Light the best book to start with?

    Also need to try The Darkest Minds. The covers are pretty epic. And what fun that you found it at a library book sale! I loooove finding anticipated books at book sales. I found a signed copy of The Wrath and the Dawn at one last month and I could have died. XD

    Fangirl is one I feel like I could relate to, as I am a social wreck whose sassy hee hee. Contemporaries are hit and miss with me, though, and I worry about the hype of it not living to my expectations. But I gotta try it this year! So much praise for it from lots of my online book-loving friends.

    The Lunar Chronicles are perfection. ❀ And Caraval was indeed full of surprises. Hurry and release Finale!

    Thank you for the tag, Ash!!! I will be doing it this week πŸ˜€

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  3. Oh man! Thank you so much for tagging me 😊😊😊 I’ll be posting my answers pretty soon! Out of the books in your list, Caraval is the one I’m most excited to read! It definitely looks like something I would love!

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