May talked about doing a PJO book tag back in May I believe, and of course I had to be right aboard on that. It took me a while to actually get to it but then doing this tag during the Summer vacation does seem like the best time, ha!
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Of 2020 so far? That is a hard pick to be honest. I’ve loved so many books. But The Libary of the Unwritten comes straight to mind. I just want everyone to read it
The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo.
I don’t think I’ve ever had the honor of having a book like that haha.
Hmm difficult. But I think I’d go for The Golem’s Eye by Jonathan Stroud.
To All the Boys I’ve Love Before by Jenny Han. But I enjoy any sibling dynamics of the older sibling taking care of the younger one.
Shaking Hands with Death by Terry Pratchett.
So a book well loved by the reading community in general? Uprootedby Naomi Novik is one of those books so many love as do I.
Robinson Crusoe. Obviously than I’d get some hope, or tips.
Oh gosh. Hmm outside of the ones I had on my list at the start of the year, I think The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms by N.K. Jemisin.
A Deadly Education by Naomi Novik. Though I’d still like to avoid that brick, thank you very much.
Just the whole community that convinced me to read Jade City by Fonda Lee
Perfume, the Story of a Murderer by Patrick Suskind.
The Poison Song by Jen Williams. After that ending of Bitter Twins I wept.
Haha Indigo Springs by A.M. Dellamonica. Hate is a big word but a lot of people are not at all charmed by the way it was written and that was the thing that I loved about it.
I might want to punch A Discovery of Witches just because I had to endure the yoga escapades of a vampire…
The Others by Anne Bishop. The first 5 in any case. Slow slow burn is the very best. Sorry I don’t make these rules.