I was tagged by the lovely Brianna to do this tag, and I can’t wait! I love Taylor Swift, and her Speak Now album takes me back to being in high school when it was released (a whole 9 years ago…wow…9 years…).
- Link back to the creator (Olivia)
- Answer as many or as few of the questions as you’d like.
- Feel free to use any of the graphics in this post. 🙂
- Tag however many people you’d like at the end!
So many books. I think one memorable one that I’ve read in the last few years is My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece by Annabel Pitcher. This book made me cry on a train. Like properly sob. It was really good but one moment just got me so much that I had to take a minute and cry before I could carry on.
SO. MANY. But also I can’t stop thinking about Our Dark Duet by V.E. Schwab. The book was so good and wow, that ending really did blow me away. I loved the duology so much, and I’m so excited to read even more Schwab soon!
I reckon Warcross by Marie Lu would make a great film. It’s a very visual book, with lots of action that would make for a good watch, and I think it’s short enough that you wouldn’t have to cut out too many important scenes.
This gorgeous book! King of Scars is one of the most beautiful books I own at the moment, both with and without the dust jacket. I love the way this book looks!
I know some people didn’t enjoy it, but I loved Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. I think it’s a fun book and I had a great time reading it! I also loved the film, and the soundtrack was great!
I would say Harry Potter but that would be the easiest answer, so I’m going to switch it up a bit and say The Faraway Tree series by Enid Blyton. This series is one my parents read as children, and then read it to my siblings and I when we were children, and I’m sure will be read for genereations to come. They’re such lovely books, full of magic.
The most recent one was This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab. This duology was brilliant, and I instantly clicked with the characters and the stories. I found it so easy to connect with the story, and I was sad when it was over.
For me, it would have to be To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. I think I could read that book over and over again and still find it a classic. It was required reading for us in high school for our GCSEs and I loved studying it, and I think I read it about 2 or 3 times before my exam.
A Conjuring of Light. No spoilers!
Six of Crows!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I can’t think of one that I hate, but I think the one that disappointed me most was The Griffin’s Feather by Cornelia Funke. I read Dragon Rider and loved it but was quite disappointed with the sequel, unfortunately.
Thanks again, Brianna for tagging me!