Book Tag | Wonderstruck

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You’re Not Sorry: A book that un-apologetically broke your heart

The ending still keeps me up at night.

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Back to December: A book you still think about even after you are finished

Does Harry Potter count? Because I’m pretty sure I think about something Harry Potter related at least once a day.


If This Was a Movie: A book you really want to become a movie



Gorgeous: A book with the most beautiful cover

The 10th Anniversary Edition of City of Bones will forever be the most amazing cover.


Shake it Off: A book that gets hate but you still love

The Red Queen series gets a lot of hate – for the characters, plot, etc. – but I love it!


Never Grow Up: A book that gives you childhood nostalgia

I started reading A Series of Unfortunate Events in elementary school and I haven’t been able to find anything better.


Sparks Fly: A book you instantly clicked with

Aurora Rising is a book I INSTANTLY fell in love with. Squad 312, Fin, Tyler, Auri, SPACE, aliens, humor. It’s totally my kind of book and I need the sequel ASAP.


Style: A classic that will never get old

The Picture of Dorian Gray is dark, moody, and I love it.


End Game: A book with romance you love

Mary E Pearson knows how to WRITE. I loved the entire Remnant Chronicles series and the romance weaved into it.


I Knew You Were Trouble: A book you couldn’t help but become obsessed with

The Raven Cycle series is one that I was instantly obsessed with. The characters, the magic, the atmosphere, the writing. It’s all so good.


Bad Blood: A book where you loved the first one and hated the sequel

I don’t think I have a series where the first book was amazing but I hated the second book, BUT I do have plenty of series where the first book was amazing and the second book didn’t live up to my expectations. One said series, Caraval. Legendary wasn’t as good as book 1 (though I still loved it).




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Top 5 Tuesday | Book Titles!

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Top 5 Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by the amazing Bionic Book Worm!

Today we’re talking about favorite books titles. This is something I’ve never actually given much thought to, so I’m excited to get into this…because I had to think long and hard, reference all the books on my shelf, and then hit up my Goodreads “Read” list just so I could actually decide what my top 5 titles actually were. So…

A Series of Unfortunate Events

Is this cheating to include an entire series as one? I LIVE for alliteration and let’s face it, Lemony Snicket is the king of alliteration. He’s also like a built-in thesaurus. Who would have thought to give a book a title like The Penultimate Peril or The Carnivorous Carnival?  Literary geniuses, that’s who.


How to Do Nothing with Nobody All Alone by Yourself

This book title speaks to my soul. I love doing nothing with no-one all alone by myself.


The Raven Boys

I didn’t really appreciate the title of this book until after I read it, but Maggie Stiefvater knows her stuff. I go around wishing I had my own group of Raven Boys. They have their own aesthetic and magic and I need it in my life.

Go the F**k to Sleep

I don’t have kids, but if I did you bet I’d be reading this to them at bedtime. Come on, it’s hilarious and they don’t understand anyway…right? Either way, this title should be on everyone’s favorite list.



Tina Fey has the best autobiography title and again, I relate so hard.


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What did you think of my picks? What are some of your favorite book titles? Do we have any of the same faves?