THE BIBLIOPHILE’S NIGHT OUT BOOK TAG

Today, I am bringing you a really fun and exciting book tag! I am not a party animal at all but thought it would be fun to “let loose” for a few minutes and answer the questions to this book tag that I have been meaning to do for a while.


RUELS

✯ Thank the person who tagged you and link back to their post
✯  Link to the creator’s blog (booksnest.co.uk) in your post
✯  Answer the questions below
✯  Tag 5 bloggers to take part
✯  ENJOY THE TAG!


PRE-DRINKS a prequel/novella you’ve read.

Evidence of the Affair by Taylor Jenkins Reid. I enjoyed this novella much more than I thought I would and till this day, I am still not over the plot twist at the ending.

You can find my full review here.


THE TAXI TO TOWN a book about travel.

I honestly cannot think of one book I have read that is all just about travelling, and I am not sure if it counts, but a recent read of mine that had travelling in it is Spin the Dawn by Elizabeth Lim.

The two main characters, Maia and Edan, travel far to find the tears of the moon, the laughter of the sun and the blood of the stars.

You can find my full review here.


TRYING TO FIND A TABLE a book you didn’t like to start with, but then ended up loving.

This one may be a bit of a surprise: House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. Maas. Do not get me wrong, I loved this book so, so much and it is one of my favourite reads of the year but the first hundred pages were really difficult for me to get into. A lot of information is given and it was hard for me to absorb all of it. There were quite a few times I had to reread what I just had read because I missed something. Overall, it was such a well-written book and I found it much easier to get into with every page I read.

You can find my full review here.


FIRST ROUND OF DRINKS a first book in a series.

The Cruel Prince by Holly Black. I have wanted to read the Folk of the Air books for such a long time and finally got to them a few months ago. I had such a fun time binging them and cannot wait for Cardan’s short story that will be coming this November.

You can find my full series review here.


THE DANCE FLOOR — a book that makes you want to jump up and down with excitement.

One of my most anticipated releases for 2021 is A Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J. Maas. I am so, so looking forward to this book as I have been waiting a long time for the rest of the series to continue. I am not the biggest fan of the new covers for the entire series but at the end of the day, all that matters is the story and writing.


THE TOILETS — a book you wouldn’t touch with a barge pole.

Behind Closed Doors by B.A. Paris. Many people loved this book a few years ago and it was rated really well, which I still cannot understand. I picked it up because of all the hype but DNF’d it after a few chapters. I know this is a thriller but it has a certain scene that just nauseates me. An innocent puppy was so unnecessary killed, in one of the cruelest ways, and I just cannot understand why the author felt the need to add that as it was not even crucial to the story. Any book with animal cruelty is a big no for me.


THE FIRST TO BAIL — the last book you DNF’d.

This one will come as a shock to many but it is not truly a DNF: Red, White and Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston. At the time I picked this up, I was not in the right headspace to focus on reading and I think that was why I did not end up liking it as much as other people from the book community. I am planning on picking this up again before the end of the year.


THE JOURNEY HOME — a book you can’t really remember the plot of anymore.

When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon. I absolutely loved this book but as I read it years ago, I cannot clearly remember the plot. I would love to reread it really soon! 


THE MORNING AFTER — a comfort read.

Any book from the A Court of Thorns and Roses series by Sarah J. Maas. My fantasy journey began with these books and whenever I feel the need to, I go and reread a few of my favourite scenes and quotes.


I TAG

Cielo @ Bellerose Reads

Azrah @ Az You Read

Noura @ The Perks of Being Noura

Mònica @ Nighting Fae

Ruby @ Ruby Rae Reads



That is it for this book tag! I was so excited to do this blog post and it was just as fun as I thought it would be. Thank you so much Beth for creating this!

Keep reading and never stop telling stories.

10 thoughts on “THE BIBLIOPHILE’S NIGHT OUT BOOK TAG

  1. Eeeepp tysm for tagging me, SO EXCITED to do this now. I’d never heard of it before now hehe. Also LOVED your answers. Ugh we adore The Cruel Prince in this household. Also, you DEFINITELY need to pick up RW&RB again because ah, it’s such a fave <3<3 And ah I really need to read Dimple, though sad you don't remember much of it. I'm kinda just keen for a fun read hehe

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