~ The 1 – A book you wish you can live in
This is an easy one! I would chose the city of Honoku in Empress of all Seasons.
~ Cardigans – A folklore book that lives in your heart
~ The last great american dynasty – A book about Poc living in America
Pride by Ibi Zoboi. The only book I can think of.
~ Exile – A book you didn’t like the ending of
Girls of Storm and Shadow. I didn’t like how Natasha ended the second book. I want the third book soon or imma go crazy haha.
~ My tears ricochet – A book that shouldn’t have made you tear up but did
Roomies by Christina Lauren. The whole book was just too sweet.
~ Mirrorball – A book with a mc that reflects your personality
Feyre from the A Court of Thorns and Roses series.
~ Seven – Favorite seven literature themes and a book that has them
• power and corruption
• Courage and Heroism
• heartbreak of betrayal
A River of Royal Blood by Amanda Joy has all of these and I absolutely love the book.
~ August – A book that gave you a moment of reflective nostalgia
I can’t think of a book for this prompt.
~ This is me trying – a book you tried but failed to like
Children of Blood and Bone By Tomi Adeyemi. The whole book was confusing and I didn’t like the characters at all.
~ Illicit affairs – a book that taught you something important or fun
A Court of Mist and Fury taught me that I am stronger than I think I am and that I can get through anything.
~ Invisible string – an adorable romance novel
Red, White and Royal by Casy McQuiston. Alex and Henry are the cutest thing ever! They must be protected at all cost.
~ Mad Women – a book with a great female mc
Lei from Girls of Paper and Fire!
~ Epiphany – a book that still makes you smile
Her Royal Highness by Rachel Hawkins. I just know that Millie and Flora are probably together in the castle enjoying ones company.
~ Betty – a book with a sapphic mc that everyone should read
The Falling In love Montage. Plz read it. You won’t regret it!
~ Peace – a quick read coming of age story
Simon vs Homo Sapiens Agenda
~ Hoax – a book that made you feel blue
Burned by Ellen Hopkins. If you read the book you know why.