Hi everyone! Today I’m going to be participating in the Fall Bucket List Book Tag, which was created by Read By Tiffany. It’s such a cute tag and I couldn’t resist not taking part! Without further ado, let’s get onto the questions.
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That’s such a great question! I’ve read quite a few lighthearted books this year but I think I’d probably have to go for Not My Problem by Ciara Smyth. Aideen was absolutely hilarious and I really enjoyed reading her fixing everyone else’s problems! It was a very entertaining and humorous read, which was exactly what I needed at the time.
That’s a tough one! Honestly a lot of books I read have a lot of hype because I find my books from other reviews and recommendations, but the most recent one I’ve read which fits into this would probably be The Invisible Life Of Addie LaRue by V. E. Schwab.
Honestly, almost all of the contemporaries (and a fair amount of mysteries and fantasties, to be fair) have had some fun friendships in them. I think I would have to go for Only Mostly Devastated by Sophie Gonzales if I had to narrow it down to just one though – a fabulously modern Grease retelling with some really amazing friendships! It was everything I wanted and more, and it started my love for Gonzales’ work.
Leading on from the previous question, I would probably have to go for Perfect On Paper by Sophie Gonzales. I wasn’t expecting to love it as much as I did, but it was a really lovely read with some fabulous character development. I was so happy when the main characters finally got together!
Ooh, that’s a lovely question! Henry and Rosie from Love A La Modé by Stephanie Kate Strohm were both super talented at cooking – they had to be, they were taking part in a baking competition! This was a really cute read with a cooking competition set in Paris, so I would definitely recommend this to any aspiring cooks!
Literally or figuratively, haha? When I finally got my hands on As Good As Dead by Holly Jackson I think I was actually jumping for joy – I just couldn’t contain myself! The finale of the A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder series was everything that I wanted and more, and I loved every word of it. I mention this book a lot but I truly do believe everyone should read this amazing series!
Anyone who would like to participate! This was such a lovely Fall themed post to do, and I’d love to see others join in.
I hope you enjoyed reading this tag, and it inspired you to try a couple of new reads!