The Happy Holidays Book Tag

Another Sunday, another book tag.

After taking a little break from tags last week, I’m back! 2017 is almost over so that means the holiday season is finally upon us! I saw this fun tag from Sarah @btweenthepages and I new I had to do it!


  1. Thank the person who tagged you and tag the original creator (Sarah
  2. Answer the questions and have fun 🙂
  3. Feel free to use the graphics!


The Diabolic by S.J. Kincaid

The Diabolic (The Diabolic, #1)

I was so enraptured while reading this! I loved the politics and scheming, the pure brutality the Diabolics displayed, and the ruthlessness of several characters.


A Quiet Kind of Thunder by Sara Barnard

A Quiet Kind of Thunder

So much adorableness was jam-packed into this book that I fell in love. Steffi and Rhys were both such strong characters that it was really easy to become invested.


Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds

Long Way Down

I actually read this in one day recently, so it’s definitely doable. This was my first experience with a novel written in verse (which is why it’s such a quick read), but I fell like it may have set the bar too high, because this book was perfection.


Everless by Sara Holland

Everless (Untitled #1)

I love the colors and the contrast between the orange and black. I love the intricate and ornate hourglass. I love the palace and the stairway acts like the sand inside. It’s just all very cool together.

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Renegades by Marissa Meyer

Renegades (Renegades, #1)

The only reason this is here is because the prologue made me really nervous. In the prologue Nova is 7, and I personally don’t read books with young protagonists, so I was weary. I didn’t know what age she would be after the time jump, and I didn’t re-read the synopsis, so I didn’t really remember what to expect. Happy to say, I ended up LOVING this.


Goodbye Days by Jeff Zentner

Goodbye Days

It’s ironic in a story dealing with the grief and the loss of loved ones, the characters would have such a presence. I felt the history and connection through the Goodbye Days. I felt like I knew Mars, Eli, and Blake through Carver.


Mirror Me by Tara St. Pierre

Mirror Me

This is a genre-blend of a book that incorporates psychological mystery, paranormal, portal fantasy, and romance into this addicting book.

I’m going to tag anyone whose in the holiday spirit and also wants to talk about books. So basically anyone who reads this and wants to.


9 thoughts on “The Happy Holidays Book Tag

  1. Sarah @betweenthepages says:

    Thanks for doing my tag! I loved reading your answers :)) I’ve been meaning to read more contemporaries lately and A Quiet Kind of Thunder is one that’s been on my tbr for a while…Ah wow I had no idea Marissa Meyers released Renegades! It looks good, I can’t wait to look into it more!

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