I had no idea what I was going to post when I happened upon this book tag. It was created by Bionic Bookworm, and it seems like fun. I decided to give it a whirl. So here is the fall book tag.
The rules are
- Link back to the creator
- use graphics if you wish
- have fun
This is tough as I tend to read a lot of the same books. I am not saying they are boring, but I just like what I like. Which is fine. But I want to say a recent book which stood out to me was Risking It All by Stephanie Harte. It is the story of Gemma whose husband makes bad choices, and they end up having to owe a lot of money to a local gangster. The only way to pay off the debt is for Gemma to work for him, but it puts their lives in danger. This was new to me because I had never really read gangland fiction not set in America, and this is set in England. I also have an ARC of the next book coming out, and I am excited to see where the story will lead.
I am not sure if this was supposed to be a recent book, but I cannot recall one I read recently that left me shocked. I think the last time a book did that was when I read His and Hers by Alice Feeney about a month ago. I really thought I had the story all figured out, and I knew what was going to happen. I was really wrong, and it was just mind blowing to see how the book played out. I think the only other book which really got me like that was The Woman in The Window.
I don’t have like a lot of comfort books. I have favorites I read again and again. I suppose that is the same thing? Like the book you just read and listen to when you need to feel better? I know this seems weird, but my comfort books are most of the books by Katie Cotugno. I am not sure what it is about her books, but I could just read them again and again.
The only one I can think of that I have read recently is….
The only book that pops to mind is The Poppy War. That book has so much going on at a time. I enjoy those books a lot, but they are so intense. I cannot wait for the new one soon. Which brings me to…
This is my most anticipated book of the year. That is all I need to say if you have read these. If you have not, read them all immediately. I am so sad I was denied for an ARC, I hate having to wait to find out how this is all going to end. But I know I will devour the book when I have it in my hands, and I am so eager for it to be mine.
I never tag people, but if anyone sees this and wants to do it, go ahead. I need it to be fall now anyway. I am tired of hot weather.