I am a coffee addict.
So this book tag totally spoke to me. 🙂
Lord of the Rings immediately comes to mind. I’ve decided this is the year I’ll finally conquer it though! Wish me luck. lol
For years I’ve noticed people come out in droves to read Little Women. I always said that when I finally got around to reading it that I’d save it for Christmas. I’m happy to say I finally made that happen this past year.
Juniper by Monica Furlong. I went through all my books that were boxed up recently and found this in there. I only have fond memories of this one.
Fortune’s Pawn felt like a shot of adrenaline that I absolutely could not put down. SO GOOD, PEOPLE.
Written in Red (The Others #1) by Anne Bishop
Everyone is reading this series (I blame Christina). I have no idea why I haven’t but I’m determined to start this year.
Darkhouse was one of the first Indie books I took a chance on and it paid off. Halle’s Experiment in Terror series remains one of my all-time favorites.
Most disappointing in recent memory is definitely Feedback. I’m just pretending it never existed, it’s better that way.
The Sweet Far Thing (Gemma Doyle #3) by Libba Bray
Everyone loves to hate on the ending for these (because it certainly isn’t a happily ever after) but it’s one that has stuck with me for years. I can’t remember things from last week but I vividly remember the ending to this trilogy that I read over a decade ago. That’s saying something I think.
I know it’s cliché to want to visit Paris, but it’s truly a beautiful city that I really do wish I’ll be able to see someday. Paris, My Sweet was such a fun (and delicious!) read that made me want to make it a reality that much more.
“Classic” is such a broad term. Is a book from 1962 a classic? If so, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. This book broke my heart but damn, what a story.
The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey. The story itself is magical but the real magic is Ivey’s writing. Goals.