Books as first dates


The creators of this tag is Alice @ Love for Words! The rules are …
↠ Link back to the original tag.
↠ Thank and link back to the person who tagged you.
↠ Tag 5+ bloggers.
↠ Have fun!

First and Last: A book/series you’ve read and enjoyed, but can’t bring yourself to read again.

I enjoyed this series the first time I read it, two months ago I tried to reread it but maybe it was the quarantine or what I’ve been going through but I couldn’t do it. I’ll try again but, maybe later.

With a friend of my friend: A book/series someone recommended to you that turned out to be different from what you had expected.

My boyfriend loves The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins and asked me to read it because of that and I was expecting something big, out of this world (since almost everyone loves it) but I was just BORED and I don’t get the hype.

Double date: A book whose sequel you immediately had to read

Heavy Vinyl by Carly Usdin. I had to, I couldn’t wait too much to keep reading and now I regret it because I have nothing else to read from this world.

Let’s go to the movies: A book/series that should be adapted to the screen

Let me say something first, I haven’t read that many series (at least finished) so the Three Dark Crowns Series by Kendare Blake is the only one I have finished and doesn’t have an adaptation, but I think the aesthetic of this world would be amazing and creepy on screen!

Dreamy stargazing: A book that made you go ahhhh and ohhhh

Nothing to say about this, Nimona by Noelle Stevenson is a book full of everything.

Fun at the fair: A book full of colours

I mean look at that cover! Ghost Squad by Claribel A. Ortega is one of the most colorful book covers I have seen this year. (I feel like I answered this wrong… haha)

Amusement park adventure: A book that was a rollercoaster

No, I’m not going to shut up about Lobizona by Romina Garber.

Picnic with cherries: A book whose food descriptions made you feel all *heart eyes*

Como agua para chocolate (Like Water for Chocolate) by Laura Esquivel has one of the most amaizing food descriptions I have ever read!

Trip to the museum: A book that taught you valuable stuff

My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry by Fredrik Backman is one of the most thought provoking books I have ever read. The story gives you so many lessons in so many ways that I think everyone who reads this book takes something different from it.

Have you read any of these books? Which book would you choose to have your first date with (it can be a book you would love to read AGAIN for the first time or a book you are dying to read)?

This is all for today, hope you enjoyed. Thank you for reading my blog! I can’t wait to talk to you in the comments! Hope you all are having a nice day. Keep reading, keep reacting and making new bonds! Take care, I’ll see you on my next one, Goodbye!


4 thoughts on “Books as first dates

    1. Yade

      Thank you! If you pick Three Dark Crowns let me know. I know so many people that DNF the first book and/or the whole series because of the slow beginning. You’re welcome, it was a fun tag to do. If you have any other you think I should do, please let me know.

      Wuju! Ravenclaws! Hahaha Is weird to say that after everything that went on with the author tho…

      Take care and thank you for commenting on the post.

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      1. I’ll definitely try to read it before the end of the year! And I’ll tag you in all my tags 🙂
        (It is weird to talk about our houses now. I never know if I should or not, but I guess that by writing to someone who’s already read the books/watched the movies, you’re not really promoting the story.)

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      2. Yade

        Yay! I can’t wait to see more of your tags.
        Yes, is weird to talk about it. I haven’t read the entire series, but I got the book two years ago so I won’t be promoting her anymore.

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