So I was tagged to do this by Kirsty from Kirsty’s Book Reviews y’all should check out that lovely blog! Thanks to Bookidote also for creating this tag! The only rule of this tag is that you can’t use any of the Harry Potter books as answers.
A book in which you found the theme interesting but you’d like to rewrite it.
The Law of Moses by Amy Harmon: Overall I liked this book but I think the author bit of more than she could chew trying to juggle are the “heavy” themes covered in this book. I understand not all people feel this way but these are just my opinion so if I could re-write this book I definitely would.
The first book in a series that had you hooked.
A Darker Shade of Magic! Do I even have to explain myself?
A book you wish you could have right now.
I just finished Six of Crows and now I have to wait till September for the release Crooked Kingdoms. I knew I should have waited until it was released but I had just gotten the SoC audiobook and couldn’t hold off listening to it any longer.
A killer book. Both senses. Take it as you like.
Red Rising most definitely! 1. Because its the most utterly epic book I’ve ever read and 2. Because of all the killing that goes on (duh).
A book that you found really confusing.
I remember reading The Perks of Being a Wallflower for the first time and wondering if what happened to Charlie really happened because the book was so vague about everything. I ended up being really confused because I thought I was overthinking everything. Turns out I wasn’t, Charlie just had some really messed up family.
You’re spirit animal book.
I’m gonna steal Kirsty’s answer and say Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell because Cath is the literal embodiment of me.
A dark twisted book.
I’ll go for the really obvious one and say Gone Girl it doesn’t get more twisted from there.
A book that surprised you in a great way, reveals to be more than it is.
I was not expecting much from Air Awakens and it really surprised me because its such a good book thats been severely underhyped.