I wasn’t tagged in this but I saw it over on Kristin’s blog (which you can find here) and I had to do it while the sun is still shining, which probably won’t last much longer. this tag was created by Deanna at The Comfy Reader, who you can find here
– Mention the creator and link back to the original post! (Deanna @ The Comfy Reader)
– Thank the blogger who tagged you
– Answer all the prompts below however you see fit
– Tag some friends!
– Feel free to use the graphics
On The Island by Tracey Garvis Graves
This is actually set on a deserted island near the Maldives so tit’s a pretty tropical setting. I don’t believe in ‘guilty pleasures’ but if I did then this would definitely be it as it’s so far out of my usual ‘comfort zone’
This Savage Song by V.E. Schwab
This duology is absolutely incredible and I love the idea behind a monster who can steal a soul with music, it’s so eerie and I love it.
A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder by Holly Jackson
There are so many twists and turns in this book and it’s filled to the brim with secrets that the main character, Pippa has to try and discover. It had me on the edge of my seat reading it.
Daughter of the Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller
I absolutely adored this duology and not only does it have pirates, but it has sirens too. It’s almost completely set on and in the sea so how could I pick another for this one
When I say romance I mean literally any book in this genre. I NEVER read books from this genre, but the few that I have recently read I’ve really enjoyed.
The Darkdeep by Ally Condie and Brendan Reichs
This is a mystery, paranormal type middle grade where five children discover something out of the ordinary and at the same time work through existing friendships and create new ones
The Strangeworld’s Travel Agency by L.D. Lapinski
This book screams adventure, in this book members of the Strangeworld’s Travel Agency can travel through suitcases into different worlds in the multiverse.
The Lost Witch by Melvin Burgess
I absolutely despise this book, it was an actual rage read and made me so angry how the CHILD main character was subject to victim blaming, and there was no consequences for the people doing this. I was actually part of an online book club chat where the author joined us and he couldn’t see what everyone’s issue was with it, and then proceeded to tell us that his US editor suggested him removing some parts but he didn’t want to. So from that moment on I refuse to ever read anything by the author again.
The Five Year Plan by Carla Burgess
This is one of those romance books I read and loved. It was oh so predictable how it was going to end, but so light andI had such a fun time reading it. It literally filled me with happiness.
The Selection by Kiera Cass
I cannot stand Aspen in these books, he’s so annoying and I hate that America is so taken with him (yes I know, first love, blah blah blah *eye roll*). I’ve only read the first two books in this series so far but he’s not making me like him any more as the series goes on.
I’m tagging Liv over at MagicalBookBlogger and then anyone else who wants to do this. Please tag me if you do so I can see what you pick