Book Tag Thursday: Candy Book Tag!

Welcome to my segment where I find awesome book tags throughout the vast, wide inter-webs made by lovely bloggers like you! I’ll hope you’ll have fun and participate with me as well!

Today’s Topic: Candy Book Tag!

Found At: Books & Beauties

Apple: Ah. Healthy food. It is deep, meaningful, and probably won a lot of awards but, um, it really isn’t your thing.

Witches of East End is one of those many hyped books I had been anticipating for the longest time. When I read it I did enjoy it, but I thought it could have been way better. Maybe I should try the TV show instead?

Milk Chocolate: This is a book you’d recommend to absolutely everyone.

This is a great book full of fun and hilarious comics that will appeal to a wide audience. It’s got lots of literary parody comic strips, but it pokes fun at history too. It’s a good pick, if you’re looking for a light, quick read!

Black Jellybeans:  Why do these exist?

I was so excited to read Finding Fraser because I’m such a huge Outlander fan. But it ended up being so bad! The plot was too predictable and the character kept getting into situations she could have easily avoided.

Chocolate Kisses: Aww this novel had the best romance.

Hold Me is probably in my top 10 romance of this year. It’s got such a good story, complex characters, and hot romance too. What I appreciated most about this book is that it involves characters in the STEM field. Which is something I don’t see an overabundance of in the romance genre.

Gummy Spiders: Eek! You made sure to check under your bed every night for a week after reading this scary one.

Penance wasn’t exactly scary for me, but it was an intense and dark psychological thriller. The POVs of each character was so in-depth and the plot/events that occurred within the story actually messed with my mind a bit.

Jumbo Lollipop: This took your forever to get through, but hey! You did it!

See my review here. This book took me months to read. It was chock-full of information, plus it was a little too wordy at times. I felt a bit let down, because this book’s topic so interesting, but the delivery was poor.

Cotton Candy: Admit it, you loved this when you were younger (you probably still do).

Yotsubais one the earlier manga I read when I first starting reading that genre. I own a few volumes and I still enjoy reading it today, though it’s aimed at younger audiences. The story follows a naive a five-year-old adopted girl who is spends her days learning about the world around her. It’s equally cute and funny!

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2 thoughts on “Book Tag Thursday: Candy Book Tag!

  1. Well, I watched the Witches of East End TV show first and it’s not much better than the book. It got kind of silly and after a while but I couldn’t stop watching for some reason. I read the book because I thought it would be better but it wasn’t.

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