I’m so excited to do the Burrito Bowl Book Tag for which I was tagged by the amazing Erika @ ErikaInBookventureland. Thanks a ton Erika!
The Baby Sitter’s Club by Ann M. Martin is the series that gave me the reading bug. I loved how a group of friends had come together to form a club and had their weekly meetings. I wished I could do that with my friends too!
Edenbrooke by Julianne Donaldson . It’s one of the silliest books ever! I had this book on my reading list for very a long time so it was complete disappointment. And let me warn you that that beautiful cover is completely deceptive.
Dumbledore: “After all this time?”
From Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J. K. Rowling, ‘Always’ is just a single word and in context with the book it signifies Snape’s deep everlasting love for Lily Potter. But it means a lot more than that. It signifies hope, that no matter the darkness of this world there will always be something brighter at the end of the day. That no matter how the world tries to brings you down; you’ll always find a way to shine.
I’ll definitely go with Middle Earth from the Lord of the Rings and Narnia from The Chronicles of Narnia.
It would be the first time I read The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown. The book was sooo enthralling I just couldn’t put it down. All the complex puzzles and the ultimate plot just blew away my mind!
The most romantic scene that will always be etched on mind is the one from Seduce Me at Sunrise by Lisa Kleypas. The hero Kev Merripen has been in love with Win Hathaway since they were teenagers. So when the scarlet fever leaves Win too weak to get up from her bed, all she can do is to look at a nest of robins through her window. Realising this, Kev, who is scared of heights cleans her window every day from the outside. So the sky is always the bluest for her.*misty eyes!*
Hermione Granger and Annabeth Chase from Harry Potter and Percy Jackson series respectively. Both smart and super intelligent, I think they will make great friends, albeit competitive ones.
The protagonist of The Heiress Effect by Courtney Milan is lovely quirky character. Jane Fairfield has the habit of seeing things in numbers when tensed. Also, she dresses in a loud weird fashion.
“For instance, the seamstress fitting her gown had poked her seven times while placing forty-three straight pins—but the pain had vanished quickly enough. The twelve holes in Jane’s corset were an evil, true, but a necessary one; without them, she would never have reduced her waist from its unfashionable thirty-seven inch span down to the still unfashionable girth of thirty-one inches.”
Honestly, I can’t think of any. Either I haven’t really bought a book too expensive or I don’t think any of my loves are too expensive for me! 😀
The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie by Jennifer Ashley. This book gives us a glimpse of how difficult life can be for a person suffering from Autism in the nineteenth century.
Just one? Well apart from Harry Potter, I would highly recommend Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. I bet you’ll fall in love.
Wand fights are included right? I love the scene when in The Deathly Hallows Voldemort is fighting Professor McGonagall, Flitwick and Kingsley and simultaneously Molly Weasley is fighting Bellatrix and everyone is just gathered around watching them.
The people I’m going to tag:
Maryan @ 1BookLife
Amber @ WildHeartReviews
Joysofbookworms @ Live.Laugh.Read.
If you like then go ahead and do the tag as well. This was loads of fun and I hope you enjoyed it as well. Have a great day! 🙂