Bookish Thanksgiving TAG


Bookish Thanksgiving TAG

1. Bread- What book is purely fluff, and has no real plot line?

Now, I love bread. So I'm taking this prompt of "fluff" as a positive, and I'll go with Kasie West books.

2. Turkey- What book made you want to fall asleep?

Not actually fall asleep,but Winterkeep was a bit tough to get through, especially because of how much I loved Graceling.

3. Gravy- What book makes the whole series worth reading?

Funnily enough, I almost didn't continue reading one of my favourite series the Gallagher Academy, because I really didn't like the first book.

4. Stuffing- What book is stuffed full of action scenes?

I've been reading quite a bit of Agatha Christie books recently, and even though they're not packed with the typical "action" they have plenty going on in them!

5. Mashed Potatoes- What book looked good, and then wasn’t?

I don't think I have an answer for this one!

6. Cranberries- What book has the sweetest romance?

I'd say the Books of Bayern series.

7. Corn- What’s the corniest book you’ve ever read?

Maybe Kasie West's books?

8. Green beans- What book is too long and needs to be shortened?

That is a tough one! I'm hesitant to say it because I loved the previous books, but My Contrary Mary was not my favourite.

9. Pumpkin Pie- What book do you read to get out of a reading slump?

I think either a Harry Potter reread, or then a short fairytale or fairytale retelling.

10. Dog/Cat- What’s your favorite Thanksgiving food that you would steal from the table?

Pumpkin pie!

Read on lovelies,



Lord of the Rings : review

 Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien

One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them.

Goodreads' link to the book!
Release Date: 1954
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You might be thinking that it was about time for me to read these books, and quite frankly you are correct - it has been years in the making. What pushed me to do it was the new audiobooks narrated by Andy Serkis that were recently released. And wow were they good. Serkis did a fantastic job narrating, bringing each character to life, and in a way that each character voice could be distinguished from one another, even with the amount of them in these titles.

Though this isn't a regular review where I go over each point I liked and did not care for, I simply want to point out that I really enjoyed these - actually more than I though I would. And yes, to say that I finally read/listened to them (having the e-books alongside listening to the audiobooks was the way to go for me). So maybe if you have yet to delve into these but have been planning to, maybe take this as your sign to do so.

Read on lovelies,