Soo… I was tagged to do this book tag by my friend Inge and I would like to start off by saying sorry because it took me ages to get to this! The tag was originally created by Liesbet over at Zwartraafje and the point is basically to recommend books to people.
The books I got recommended:
Inge recommended me the following books.
A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Gray // I actually bought this when I when I was at a bookstore with Inge (I got it because she told me she really enjoyed it). I haven’t started it yet but I am looking forward to getting into it, I think I will really like it.
Our Chemical Hearts by Krystal Sutherland // I have seen this book all over the place since it came out and the cover is absolutely stunning! I haven’t bought it yet mainly cause I haven’t been in the mood for contemporary lately. But maybe when I’m back in a YA contemporary phase I will give this a go 🙂
The Thousandth Floor by Katherine McGee // This book has been on my radar for a while now but I have yet to pick it up. I possibly will do so soon as I have heard nothing but good things about it and it seems to be right up my alley.
Time for me to tag someone:
The reason why I put off doing this tag for so long is mainly because I don’t know too many people in the book blogging community. But I have recently discovered that someone who’s bookstagram I really love has a blog as well! So I am tagging Laura from travelbybook. I have been going through your Instagram and looking at the books you have, based on those books I will recommend you some books I think you’ll enjoy 🙂
The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater // I noticed you have quite a bit of fantasy books and this one is, in my opinion, one of the most amazing fantasy books ever. It is very unique and, most likely, unlike anything you’ve every read before.
Just One Day by Gayle Forman // I saw your pictures of Anna and the French Kiss and read your captions about how much you love Paris. This book is also partly set in Paris (I have to admit I haven’t finished it yet but the parts I have read were very good and the descriptions of Paris made me want to re-visit the city) so you might enjoy this one.
Night Owls (or The Anatomical Shape of a Heart) by Jenn Bennett // I saw Everything, Everything on a lot of your pictures and although this book is nothing like Everything, Everything plotwise, I read it just as quickly. I found Night Owls to be a very quick and enjoyable read. And if you’re in the mood for a contemporary novel I would highly recommend this one!
Those were my recommendations for you, I hope you like them if you decide to pick them up. I’m excited to see who you tag, I really need a couple of more bookblogs to follow 😉
Lots of Love,
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