Book Tags, Bookish

Fall Book Tag

Hey, book world!

As I’ve said a few times, November is proving to be a very slow reading month for me.  So today, I’m going to keep it simple and give you another book tag! (These are also just super fun and I love them!)

 

Today, I’m doing the Fall Book Tag, originally created by Bionic Book Worm.  I wasn’t tagged to do this, but it looked too fun to pass up!

 

Crisp Fall Air: A book that felt fresh and new

radio silenceRadio Silence
Alice Oseman

I really enjoyed this book.  It has a fresh attitude toward friendship, and it also approaches sensitive topics in ways you don’t see that often.  Plus, the characters are unique and diverse and wonderful!

Howling Winds: An ending that blew you away

Thirteenth TaleThe Thirteenth Tale
Diane Setterfield

Still one of my favorite plot twists, ever.  It’s rare that a mystery/suspense book can trick me until the conclusion, but for some reason this one totally blinded me.  And I loved it!

 

we need to talk about kevin
We Need to Talk About Kevin
Lionel Shriver

On a different, much darker note, this book’s ending also floored me.  Not a book for the faint of heart, or for those with triggers related to school shootings and violence, but holy shit.

 

Comfy Sweaters: A book that gave you the warm and fuzzy’s

brightsidersThe Brightsiders
Jen Wilde

I was crushing on Alfie so hard for this whole thing!  One of the few obvious romances that I totally squealed over.

 

Bright Colors: A cover with red, orange, or yellow

girl with all the giftsThe Girl with All the Gifts
M. R. Carey

I’ve been thinking about this book a lot lately.  It may be about time for a reread!  And I think I may make my husband read it with me.

 

Leaf Fight: A book with non-stop action

Down with the ShineDown with the Shine
Kate Karyus Quinn

I almost never read action/adventure stories, so it was hard to pick a book for this prompt.  I went with one of the most bizarre books I have ever read.  I still don’t completely know how to feel about this book–on the one hand, it gives off an aura of horror.  On the other, it’s a hysterical riot!

 

Pumpkin Spice: Your most anticipated read

once upon a riverOnce Upon a River
Diane Setterfield

So, I’ve technically already started this one, but it is definitely one of my most anticipated reads of the year.  And I can’t focus on it right now because of NaNoWriMo! Boo!  But you all should expect a full review by the time it’s officially released on December 4th.

And there you have it!  This was so much fun!  I won’t be tagging anyone, but if you would like to do it, go for it!  And check out Shanah’s blog for fun reading content, too!

 

Cheers!

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