As I was eating some of the Easter candy, I remembered I was tagged to do the Candy Book Tag by Nadwa @painfullyfictional. (Thank you!) This seems like a really fun tag, so today I’m doing it! The tag was created by Jessica @bookishserendipity !
I’m going to start right of the bat with a very unpopular opinion; Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell. I never connected to the characters and overall I found the story to be a bit pointless. For me, at least.
I am recommending a book I just finished myself. I found How to be a Bawse by Lilly Singh wonderful! This book has so many lessons and taught me so many things, even when I thought my life was perfect how it was. Everyone could take something from this book, I’m sure!
The book I am chosing for this question isn’t really popular nor is it available in English. I’m still going to say it though because I feel very strongly about it. The book I’m talking about is Le cinqième doigt by Richard De Boeck. This book is soooooo problematic! The main character is a minor, but drinks, steals and does drugs and everyone is okay with it. It isn’t even mentioned once that this behaviour is okay. Ugh.
I agree with Nadwa on this question; CRESWELL! Cress and Thorne from the Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer have the cutest and most shipable relationship ever!
(sssssst that’s a word now!)
I don’t like to be scared, so I don’t read any horror. I wouldn’t know.
I’m not the kind of reader that takes months to read a book. If I really hate it that much or if I’m that bored, I just DNF it. For the sake of answering this question though, I’ll say The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis. I did enjoy this series, the reason it took my so long is that I read a bind up of all the books. It was over 1200 pages and that is the main reason it took me all this time.
I loved all the books written by Thea and Geronimo Stilton. The stories were fun and the books colorful and fantastic!
That’s all for today. I hope you enjoyed this post! See you next time!