I may be a little too excited for this post, but I can’t help it because it’s a book tag that involves Greek Gods. GREEK GODS! And I’m kind of (read: extremely) in love with Greek mythology, you guys. This is the best.
So thank you very, very much to Alyssa Grace @ Serendipitous Reads for tagging me. 🙂 I appreciate it! It would make me happy if you guys could check out her blog and give her a follow. Her posts are always excellent, and she’s one of the kindest bloggers I know.❤️
Okay, on with this very (!!!) exciting tag:
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•Tag as many people as you want, but please share the love.
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince by J.K. Rowling
Aghhh this question. Alyssa Grace and I actually had a little discussion about how difficult it is to pick one favorite book. But since Harry Potter is my all time favorite series, then I guess I could narrow it down and go with Half-Blood Prince. It’s one of many favorites, though. For sure.
Felicity from The Lady’s Guide to Petticoats and Piracy by Mackenzi Lee
Felicity Montague is my idol, tbh. I’ll never stop loving her iconic lines, her passion for science, and how she constantly destroys the patriarchy. WHAT A LEGEND. And even though she was definetly badass in Gentleman’s Guide, she’s somehow even more badass in Lady’s Guide. I! Love! Her!
More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera
I cannot seem to go one post without mentioning Adam Silvera, but it’s hard not to because of how much I adore his books. I was beyond impressed when I found out this was his first one. Seriously though, how? This story is incredibly unique and moving, and I applaud him for this debut.
We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
This is so powerful and eye-opening. I connected with this on a level I wasn’t expecting to and it made me truly proud to be a feminist. I really, really love this one.
Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Sáenz
Every time I think of this book, I could cry tears of happiness. It’s really that good. I just want everyone to experience the joy and peace that comes with reading this story, which is why I couldn’t recommend it enough.
All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven
Ugh. My only 1 star rating. I know a lot of people loved this, but I feel like it handles the topic of mental health in the worst way. And I really, really dislike the characters. I’ll forever wish this book didn’t exist, and what’s even more infuriating to me is that there’s a movie adaption in the works. WHY.
The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller
This is probably the most beautiful book I’ve ever read, and one of my very favorites of all time. Madeline Miller’s writing and storytelling will never fail to amaze me. Also, I’m really glad I got to include this because it’s very fitting for the tag. 🙂
The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi
Okay isn’t this gorgeous?? I recently came across this book on NetGalley and was so in awe when I saw the cover. That led me to click on it, and then I found out that this actually sounds verrrry intriguing. It’s set in Paris in 1889, and apparently it involves a group of misfits, magic, ancient artifacts, and an adventure. I’m sold.
City of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare
Oh, this makes me so nostalgic for 2014. I’m not sure if I ever anticipated a book so hard in my life, so I absolutely flew through this when it finally came out. I was so glued to it that I basically ignored everything and everyone at school, and also stayed up much too late reading. Worth it though. TMI is always a fav.
Well that was a whole lot of fun. Thank you again to Alyssa Grace for tagging me!! I seriously loved doing this one.
I’m going to tag these wonderful people next:
As always, I’d love to see your answers, but absolutely no pressure to do this tag if you already have or don’t want to. 🙂
Alright that’s all for now! I hope you guys are all having a great week and that you’re reading something good.❤️