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Today’s Topic: Intergalactic Book Tag
Found At: A Book Lovers Playlist
1. Space: Name a book that is out of this world – that takes place in a world different from our own.
Mothership (Ever Exanding Universe #1) by Martin Leicht & Isla Neal
Mothership is set mostly in outer space, but some parts of the book do take place on earth. The story is set in the year 2074 and is about pregnant teen, Elvie Nara, who is shipped off to Hanover School for Expecting Teen Mothers in space. Everything is running somewhat smoothly until aliens have supposedly taken over the spaceship. This book was so much fun to read because it was so non-realistic and out there!
2. Black Hole: Name a book that completely sucked you in.
True Colors by Kristin Hannah
I honestly didn’t expect to love this book as much as I did. I picked it up at random while book shopping one day since I was so intrigued by its synopsis. This was such a dramatic story and the plot as well as characters were written thoroughly. This novel follows three sisters who are very close until some incidents occur that threaten to break their bond. Readers will discover if their family will ever be the same again.
3. Light speed: Name a book you are anticipating so much that you wish you could travel at light speed to get to it.
A Tyranny of Petticoats by Various Authors (Edited by Jessica Spotswood)
This collection of stories was just released not too long ago, and I want to get my hands on copy of it ASAP! You all might know by now, that I have a strong passion for reading various types of historical fiction so this book is right up my alley. Plus it features some of my favorite authors.
5. Multiverse: Name a companion set or spin-off series you love.
Bloodlines by Richelle Mead
I might have said that this is one of my top favorite spin-off series of all time, but I just couldn’t resist picking it once again. I tend to get picky with companion or spin-off series because a lot of the ones I’ve read don’t have the same spark as the original novels. I like that Bloodlines uses a lot of characters from the Vampire Academy series and we get to see somewhat well-known characters in a new light.
6. Gravity: Name your favorite romantic pairing that seems to have gravitational pull to each other.
Halfway to the Grave (Night Huntress #1) by Jeaniene Frost
Cat and Bones are one of my favorite romantic pairings ever. They develop this strong and intimate relationship over the course of the series and I love their witty banter between each other. In moment they can be bad ass fighters who will fight all the baddies and then in another moment we get to see their softer side where they show each other how much they care for one another.
7. The Big Bang: Name the book that got you started on reading.
Magic Tree House Series by Mary Pope Osbourne
This probably wasn’t the first or biggest book that got me into reading as child, but I was definitely hooked on this series as a kid. Put historical fiction and time travel together, and you had the most amazing series in the world (to me). It’s where I got my love for learning about history and I was entertained by all of the adventures Jack and Annie experienced in each book.
8. Asteroid: Name a short story or novella that you love.
Power of the Matchmaker by Various Authors
I don’t read too many short stories or novellas, but I enjoyed Power of the Matchmaker. It’s the prequel to a year-long short story collection (new book released each month). Even though the story is short, it was very entertaining and the backdrop setting of ancient China was interesting.
9. Galaxy: Name a book with multiple POVs.
The Heart Goes Last by Margaret Atwood
Each of the POVs in this book mainly alternate between the two protagonists of the book, Charmaine and Stan. This was such a fantastic dystopian/sci-fi novel by Atwood and it shows life isn’t always greener on the other side.
10. Spaceship: Name a book title that would be a great name for a spaceship.
The Phoenix Shadow (Arcadian Wars #2) by M.H. Soars
Ironically part of this series is set in outer space/another planet, but I think the title would make an awesome name for a spaceship! It sounds ominous and powerful.
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