The cutest tag I’ve ever done. If you need a sharp kick of nostalgia, look no further than this Animal Crossing Tag – and get some great book recommendations as you do! Thanks so much to Georgia over at Lost In Neverland for nominating me for this tag – find her brilliant post here. All credit goes to Bookish Things and Tea for the cute graphics 🙂
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- Answer the following Animal Crossing themed book questions.
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I really want to read more classics. I’m currently obsessed with the Waterstones fabric hardback covers – have you seen them? They’re gorgeous! And I’ve always wanted to read The Picture Of Dorian Grey by Oscar Wilde
because of the Ben Barnes film.
Have you ever read a series where you can’t decide which one is your favourite? I love every book in the Simon Snow trilogy for different reasons – and the whole series because it’s consistently so good. Normally the second book is pretty weak in a trilogy but not here! What do you think? Are the second books generally the worst? Let me know in the comments 🙂
One of my biggest book surprises of 2022: I actually loved Cinder. I was expecting bland and forgettable, but the dystopian, robotic New Beijing drew me in and didn’t let go. Find out why in my review here!
I will read anything and everything Casey McQuiston ever writes. They may as well just take my credit card. This book made my year.
Do you have any specific books you reread loads? I love I Wish You All The Best very, very much and it will always have a special place in my heart. Find out why in my review here.
Arggggh is there such a thing as too much character? David Nicholls is a master of cringe-worthy, squeamish college experiences, and Starter for Ten is no difference. Brian is empathetic and awful at the same time; I thoroughly enjoyed this book… even if I had to put it down more than once when the cringe became too much.
Rich in myths, dragons and heroes, Chinese history is fascinating. I love She Who Became The Sun for it’s immersive, fresh take on Chinese history – and sold by a take-no-prisoners, cunning protagonist. Find out more about this incredible book in my review here!
Every character is awful! Without fail! If they’re not marrying their cousin or dead already, the characters are busy being boring, bad people. And did Bronte really need to give all the characters the same name? Listening to the Wuthering Heights audiobook was a confusing messand quite honestly a waste of time.