Pokémon GO Book Tag

I just recently discovered the Pokémon GO app, and being a collector of Pokémon since I was a kid, I have become addicted to the game. So of course I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to participate in the Pokémon GO Book Tag!

This book tag (and its graphics) were created by Aentee @ read at midnight. Thanks for creating such a fun tag! And thank you, Jannin @ the book nerd web for tagging me!

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imageWhat an easy starter! Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling, of course! I always enjoyed reading before then, but the first time I read HP was magical. It was the first time I was able to literally escape inside the pages of a book. If I could go back and experience reading it for the first time all over again, I would!

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I remember reading To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee when I was in school, and I loved it. This is definitely one of the most important and iconic classics ever written, in my opinion. There’s so much meaning behind the story and I recommend this novel to anyone who hasn’t read it. You need to read it ASAP.

 

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Absolutely, positively, Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas. This book/series has been so hyped up that I was sure I just had to read it. Unfortunately, I was left disappointed. I actually almost DNF’ed it. Did I lose interest in the rest of the series because of that ultimate let down? Very much so.

 

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Hmm. This is kind of a hard one for me, just because I love many books that are so similar to other books I’ve read. I really enjoy all of John Green’s books, but they all pretty much seem like the same story to me… Like “if you’ve read one John Green book, you’ve read them all” type of thing. But I still enjoyed reading them. 🙂

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Definitely would have to say the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon. I would really like to start this series, but I’ve always been intimidated by the length of each book. Plus, it’s a 9 book series. That’s a lot of pages! 😉

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Geez! I could name so many books that have kept me up all night! I’m a night owl, so nighttime is my favorite time to read. But naming just one, I’ll go with The Paper Swan by Leylah Attar. Damn, that was a good book! So messed up and intense. A definite must-read.

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imageI have always adored Eve & Roarke from J.D. Robb’s In Death series. They are the perfect couple. Sensual, caring, kind… They love each other so much and their romance is sexy and full of desire. So hot!

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I just finished book two in Kelly Moore’s Broken Pieces series, and I must say, BOTH of these books are super hot and super fast paced. The story progression is fast, the romance is fast, and they’re short and quick reads. I’m getting ready to sink into book three, and I’m sure it’ll be just as electric as the first two books.

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Who could ever get tired of seeing more Harry Potter books coming out? Not me! HP = best series ever. Keep the goodness flowing.

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Of Fire and Stars by Audrey Coulthurst!! I’m way too excited for this one! It’s not due for release until November 2016, so I’ve got a few more months to patiently wait, but I think I can contain my excitement for that long… Maybe. 😉

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J.K. Rowling, of course. I love anything she writes and any name she writes it under. She’s an amazing author who will always, always, always be on my auto-buy list. I do have some more auto-buy authors in the works, though… Colleen Hoover being one of them.

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I’d really like to get around to starting book one in the Infernal Devices series, Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare. As you’ve heard me say before, I’m usually let down by hyped up series, but I really enjoyed City of Bones, so I’m hoping this series will be just as great as the Mortal Instruments series.

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Vassa in the Night by Sarah Porter! I so desperately need to get my hands on this book. The cover and title drew me right in, then I read the synopsis. Fantasy, fairytales, magic… What more could you ask for, really? September can’t get here soon enough!

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imageAfter a very long time deciding whether or not I should read it, last month I finally decided to read Never, Never by Colleen Hoover. I was so hestitant on reading it, but I’m glad I did because I loved it! I usually don’t enjoy novellas as much because I don’t have enough time to really get involved with the story and the characters. But Hoover did an outstanding job with this one!

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I loved The Maze Runner by James Dashner. And the movie was awesome, too. I only have the series on my Kindle, so I wish I owned the collector’s edition of The Maze Runner & The Scorch Trials.

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I tag:

Tiff @ tiff the book nerd

Holly @ nutfree nerd

Grace @ kimmie.gg

Audrey @ bibliophile audrey

Emma Kath @ llady literary

Alice @ marriedtobooks

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7 thoughts on “Pokémon GO Book Tag

  1. Thank you so much for doing the tag :)! I love reading your answers. I agree, I am never going to get sick of HP spin offs. The cover for Of Fire And Stars look absolutely amazing.

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