Easter Book Tag


Hiya folks and happy Easter to those who celebrate it! I’m here with a real quick book tag because I’m exhausted after church and I gotta stay awake for Game of Thrones, but I still wanted to post something about the holiday today.

Rabbits – A book that you wish would multiply – So a book you want a sequel to (that doesn’t have one)

Image result for descendant of the crane coverI really want Descendant of the Crane to have a sequel, especially after that ending! All the characters were so fascinating and I really want to find out what happens with the characters, especially Hesina and Caiyan. I would love for there to be a sequel because there’s so much more potential.

Egg – A book that surprised you

Image result for sharp objects coverSharp Objects shocked me so much when I first read it. I really love Gillian Flynn’s thrillers, and Sharp Objects is probably my favourite of them all. It’s an excellent book full of tension and fraught family dynamics and the things teenage girls are capable of. HBO’s adaptation is really excellent as well.

Hunt – A book that was hard for you to get your hands on

Image result for the abyss surrounds us coverThe Abyss Surrounds Us sounds like such an exciting book—I mean, lesbian space pirates? Um, yes? But unfortunately I’ve never managed to get my hands on the book, either through libraries (e-book or physical) or bookstores.

Lambs – A children’s book that you still enjoy

Image result for everest gordon kormanThe Everest series by Gordon Korman is actually pretty entertaining for a children’s series! I read it when I was a kid and it spurned a lifelong fascination and healthy respect for mountains. It’s because of these books I’ve always wanted to try mountain climbing, even though I know it would probably make me Suffer™ in the end.

Spring – A book with a cover that makes you think of spring

Image result for you asked for perfectYou Asked for Perfect has a gorgeous cover and all the foliage and leaves makes me think of spring. The book also sounds right up my alley as well, dealing with academic stress and perfectionism, and seems like it has that sort of quiet atmosphere I enjoy in my contemporaries.

Rising from the dead – A book from a deceased author

Image result for the sword of summer coverI’m going to twist this prompt and offer up a book narrated by a dead character, because otherwise I only have classics in mind. The whole Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard series starts with the main character dying horribly, and unlike a lot of books narrated by dead people, being dead isn’t a big deal for Magnus or any of the other residents of Vahalla.

Baskets – A book that is in your amazon cart or wish list right now

Image result for red scrolls of magic coverI actually don’t have anything in my shopping cart right now, but the last book I bought was Red Scrolls of Magic by Cassandra Clare! I’m on a book buying ban, so I’ve committed myself to not thinking about all the books I want to own.

Candy – A book that is sweet

Image result for the wrath and the dawn coverI don’t read or like a whole ton of romance, so I’m going to go with a romance book that had good food descriptions. For that, the first book that springs to mind The Wrath and the Dawn. I remember this book making me hungry.


9 thoughts on “Easter Book Tag

  1. Omg this book tag is soooooo cute and I agree with this entire post. Especially with Descendant of the Crane getting a sequel–that one I feel with the passion of a thousand suns in my soul. LET JOAN HE GIVE US MORE!!

    1. Joan He NEEDS to give us a sequel, I need more of my boy Caiyan 😔✊🏼

  2. This tag is so cute! Omgggg mood about Sharp Places! I’ve read it twice now and I’m still like um what the fuck about the ending. It should be a crime that Descendant of the Crane doesn’t have a sequel and has that open-ending too. I barely remember anything about The Wrath and the Dawn because I read it when it had just released and was hyped the most but I think if I reread it now then I’d probably love it idk

    1. Yeah Sharp Objects messes me up but I love it. I want to reread The Wrath and the Dawn, because I actually kinda liked the romance when I read it and that rarely happens.

    1. Thanks! It’s still Easter-ish though, so you’re not too late!

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