Since Halloween is tonight, it is the perfect time to complete The Candy Book Tag! The Candy Book Tag was created by Samantha at Bookish Serendipity (let me know if you can find the link to her site!). Here are my answers:
- Apples: Ah, healthy food. It’s deep, meaningful, probably won a lot of awards. But, um, it really isn’t your thing.
Kate DiCamillo has won many awards. However, every time I try to read one of her books, I either can’t finish it or struggle to finish it because I just don’t gel with her writing style. Unfortunately, Louisiana’s way home was no exception. I wasn’t the biggest fan of the main character in this book and I was not a huge fan of the plot either.
- Milk Chocolate: It is a book you recommend to EVERYONE.
The Cruel Prince was an okay read for me, but the second book in this series has made me recommend this series to several people! There are way more twists and turns in this book which kept me engaged the whole time that I was reading.
- Black Jellybeans: Why do these exist?
This book was a major let down for me. Although it claims to be about Rowley, it focuses on Greg for 90% of the book. Why wasn’t this just another Diary of a Wimpy Kid book? I am still confused about the direction of this book.
- Chocolate Kisses: Aw, the best romance.
The Bride Test has been one of my most enjoyable books of the year. I really liked the relationship between Esme and Khai and much preferred it to the first couple featured in this companion series.
- Gummy Spiders: Eek! You make sure to check under your bed every night after reading this scary one.
The scariest part of this book is how this story could actually happen.
- Jumbo Lollipop: This took you forever to get through, but hey! You did it!
I really liked Dasy Jones and the Six, but it took me a long time to read. I also felt really under pressure because I only had a few hours left of my loan from my library’s e-book section which made it feel like an even bigger book.
- Cotton Candy: Admit it, you loved it when you were younger (you probably still do). Think children’s or MG fiction.
I recently read Holes and I can see why it is such a favorite for students in elementary school!
What is your favorite candy?
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I definitely understand the pressure of having to complete library e-loans before the time deadline! Sometimes it makes the book less enjoyable or causes me to skim it and not get a full experience of the novel. I haven’t read Holly Black before but I might pick up the Cruel Prince series.