This tag seemed so cute and fun when I saw thebookcorps do it. I haven’t done a book tag in a wee bit so I figured I’d take a stab at it! 😉 I’ll be using my blogging name instead of my real name just as my own personal preference, but if this looks fun to you, do it whichever way you like. 🙂 I’m also going by alphabetizing rules that would dictate you drop the first word in the title if it is something like “The” or “a”. 😛 That said, let’s get this tag underway!
I – The Ice Dragon
Although George RR Martin’s other stories featuring dragons (cough cough, you know, those books in that little series known as A Song of Ice and Fire) are full of violence, incest, foul language and other adult themes, The Ice Dragon is actually one intended for younger readers. I’ve heard it is enjoyable for all age groups, though, and would love to read it.
G – Gather the Daughters
I’ve had several friends read this recently, including fellow blogger and my personal BFF Cupcakes & Machetes who posted a review about this horrific dystopian read. I’ve heard it’s the sort of read that you won’t soon forget after reading it.
N – Night of Cake & Puppets
A novella linked to Laini Taylor’s Daughter of Smoke and Bone trilogy. ‘Nuff said.
I – In Order to Live: A North Korean Girl’s Journey to Freedom
After seeing Yeonmi Park’s moving speech regarding life in North Korea and what it took to escape it, I had to add her story to my TBR list.
T – Tin Stars (Descender, Vol. 1)
I actually picked this one up recently from my local comic shop, but have yet to read it. I’ve heard marvelous things about it, though. It’s supposed to be a really good science fiction read.
E – An Ember in the Ashes
Another book I’ve been hearing wonderful things about. I feel like this would wind up being one of those reads that winds up being devoured.
D – A Darker Shade of Magic
I’ve heard this author specializes in good, dark reads. Sign. Me. UP.
M – A Monster Calls
I suspect this book will make me cry my eyes out, but I hear it’s amazing. I hear the story itself and the illustrations blend this book into a memorable read that will definitely give you the feels.
O – Odd & True
A blend of historical fiction and paranormal fantasy that I’ve seen several of you review favorably.
T – Traitor to the Throne
Okay, I’m cheating with this one because I don’t have a whole lot of books starting with ‘T’ in my TBR list, and this is the second book in a series I really want to read as a whole, Rebel of the Sands. But, hey, it’s my blog and I can cheat if I want to! 😛
H – Hemlock Grove
I (mostly) enjoyed the Netflix series of the same name, so I’ve been wanting to check out the book for a while now to see how they compare. 🙂
So, there we have it, guys! This was actually pretty neat to do since it made me have to reexamine my TBR list. Some of these titles have been on there a long time. As for tagging, it’s no pressure here as per usual. If this looks fun to you, have at it! Hope everyone’s having a great weekend! ❤