Weather in Books Tag

The weather has been very strange for Florida. We are having cold fronts then heat waves. So, in honor of the weird weather patterns I decided it was fitting to do a weather based book tag. I found this tag on Alice’s Blog.  You should go check out her post. She had some great answers!

1) Sunshine: A book that made you smile

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han. How could you not smile while reading this book? The characters are some of the most well written and fun characters I’ve ever seen. I just cannot get enough of Jenny Han’s writing.

2) Rain: A book that you couldn’t put down

Scythe by Neal Shusterman. I devoured this book. Something took over me and I couldn’t stop reading this book. Honestly, it was one of the best books I read in all of 2017.

3) Wind: A book that blew you away

Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys was a book that I knew I was going to like. However, I didn’t know quite how much it would effect me. This story and the emotion behind it completely blew me away.

4) Hurricane: A tragic book

Dear Martin by Nic Stone. This book is tragic not only because of the plotline of the book, but because of the reality of it. This book deals with tough issues that happen each day in America. The reality of that is tragic.

5) Blizzard: A book you had high expectations for

I wanted to like When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon, but it realyl fell flat for me. I was expecting it to be something it wasn’t. This left me with some disappointment.

6) Tornado: A book that you didn’t like at first but ended up loving

 

Truthwitch by Susan Dennard. When I first picked up this book I was in a reading slump. I didn’t want to read anything, but thought it would be a good book to get me reading again. However, forcing myself to read when I didn’t want to caused me to dislike this book. Luckily I picked it back up a couple of months later. Because, now the Witchlands series is one of my favorite series. It really goes to show how important mood is when reading.

 

What is one book that recently blew you away?

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