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Seven Books For Seven Days

Hello! Today I am going to do the Seven Books for Seven Days book tag. I saw this book tag on Shelves of Starlight and the tag was originally created by Daryan Reads over on YouTube.

Monday: travel day is always so tiring – name a book that feels like drinking coffee

A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J Maas instantly came to mind for this one. Whenever I am in a reading slump, I tend to gravitate towards this series. Its as if reading this series gives me the kick I need to get back into reading.

Tuesday: you realize you forgot something important! – name a book that was forgettable

I hate to say it, but I always forget about The Court of Miracles by Kester Grant – I really liked it at the time of reading it, but I always forget about it until I start scrolling through my ‘read’ books on Goodreads.

Wednesday: you go on an excursion for the day – name a fast-paced book

I feel like I read quite a lot of fast-paced books – I will go with Thunderhead by Neal Shusterman. I still need to read the last book in this series, but the second book in the series was really fast-paced.

Thursday: the most underrated day of the week – name an underhyped book

I think I always choose this book for this kind of question, but I always feel like Under Rose-Tainted Skies by Louise Gornall. I loved this book so much when I read it in 2017. I would like to reread this one at some point.

Friday: you go out for a celebratory dinner – name a book with food on the cover

Okay this one is slightly difficult for me to do, because I am not directly in front of my bookshelves right now! Okay after scanning my Goodread shelves, I am slightly annoyed at myself for immediately thinking of this one and that is All That She Can See by Carrie Hope Fletcher. The main character is a baker and on the cover there is an assortment of fruits all of it.

Saturday: you don’t want the trip to end – name a book that ended in a cliffhanger

A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire by Jennifer L. Armentrout ended on a wild cliffhanger! It makes me wonder how I still haven’t picked up the next book in the series!

Sunday: you’re sad the trip is over 😦 – name a book that made you cry

I think the last book that I cried at was The Road Trip by Beth O’Leary. I actually think I have cried with all of Beth O’Leary’s books. I think they’re such beautiful books and I always love a good cry with a book.

Have you read any of these books I mentioned today? What were you thoughts?

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