Fall Bucket List Book Tag
I really enjoy doing book tags, and although no one officially tagged me, I am going to do this one anyways!
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Nevermoor The Trials of Morrigan Crow – This book is a Middle Grade Fantasy that is fun and lighthearted, with magic, wonder and talking cats, it is a must read for fans of Harry Potter.
This is a book that I haven’t read yet, but has made its way on to my TBR simply because of all the high! I keep hearing about this book everywhere! There is so much hype, and I am excited to get to reading it!
Sea Fire & Steel Tide – I recently finished Steel Tide, but these books have the best friendships! The sisterly loyalty (aka friendship) is to die for!
Goose Girl– this is an older Middle Grade read & it a series that I LOVED reading in the middle school/high school. The nostalgia alone warms my heart. If you haven’t read this series, even as an adult, I encourage you to check it out!
The Art of French Kissing – this book is definitely a fluffy contemporary read. When I read it last year I gave it a 3 out of 5 stars. I couldn’t think of any books that I’ve read with talented chefs, so this one (even though its about baking) fits the bill.
King Unveiled – This book was SO good, and you need to read it. It made me jump for joy, just because of how good the writing is. Ugh, I loved it. King Unveiled: Book Review – just go read my SPOILER free review!
If you want to do this book tag, consider yourself tagged! Let me know if you end up doing it, because I would love to read your answers!!
What cozy books you most like for autumn? Let me know in the comments!
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