May 25, 2015

Let's have a cup of coffee!

Hi everyone!

I love tags and it's been ages since I did one, so I jumped at the chance quickly when I got tagged to the coffee book tag.

Thanks for the lovely Cait @ Paper Fury for tagging me! I love coffee and I love books so I am quite excited to give this tag a shot.

P.S- Check out Cait's post! She has some beautiful photographs to swoon over!:)

Black Dagger Brotherhood by J.R.Ward

This is an adult paranormal series that's been on going since 2005! I am not a huge fan of long series, and this one has too much books to catch up with! Plus,The Black Dagger Brotherhood is not an easy series to get used to. There's a lot of violence, sex, angst, drama and too many main characters.
But it's really amazing at the same time.All I can say is, read the books at your own risk!;)

Dash & Lily's Book of Dares by Rachel Cohn and David Leviathan

This book is cute! Not my usual cup of tea (or rather coffee:)),but I enjoyed it a quite a lot.The characters are quirky, realistic and I loved the whole concept of dares and scavenger hunts in this story.

Plus, it's probably the only Christmas story I've ever read:)

Harry Potter series by J.K.Rowling

I refuse to call HP as a "children's book" but that series was my favourite as a child and it pretty much carved my entire childhood. The series will always be special to me,as the characters have inspired me and taught me a lot and has played a huge part in me getting through my pretty bitter pre teen years!  


Vicious by V.E.Schwab

This amazing book about villains and superpowers just hooked me right into the world and V.E.Schwab's writing is so addictive that I went all speed racer on the book and finished it in one sitting.
Btw, Go read the book everyone! It's awesome:).
Enough said.

A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J.Mass

Tell me the truth, are you even surprised to see this answer?:)
I mean, it's so overwhelming and incredible that ACOTAR is practically everywhere around the blogosphere. Sometimes I feel like I am the only lone person who still haven't read the book, especially when you guys go on to gush about the guys of the story - especially Rhysand:)

Sarah J. Pepper's books

This woman's books are brilliant yet painfully underrated.Her books are dark, twisted and really unique and original.
I'd totally recommend her twisted fairytale confessions series.

The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey

Aliens? Kick ass heroine? Rave reviews? 
When I saw this all, I expected quite a lot from this book.

Only to learn that it's a dragging story with a whiny heroine and a creepy romance.

Bloodlines series by Richelle Mead

This series and I have a love hate relationship to tell the truth. I was completely in love with the first four books, and then the last two let me down, badly.
I was so upset, and the books broke my heart, but still,I can't help but love them as they have given me my OTP - Adrian and Sydney.

The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstein

This book is magical and the whole world building and characters and the way Morgenstein describes things are just plain awesome and beautiful.
The book is all about illusions and magic and that's exactly what you will experience when you read the story.

The Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor

Laini Taylor's descriptions are so vivid and beautiful that you can't help envision yourself in the streets of Prague! I love Taylor's writing and the places and characters in this book has always made me visualize a distant magical land in my mind.

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Truth to be told, I am not actually a huge fan of classics, and I've never liked the ones I read for school, but somehow I ended up loving Pride and Prejudice when I read it. I adored the characters, especially Darcy the quirky and wonderful conversations between different characters.

I tag

Kelly @ Diva Booknerd

And anyone and everyone who loves a cup of coffee with their book!

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