Like pretty much everyone on the Internet, I have been listening to Olivia Rodrigo’s album nonstop all summer. When I saw this tag over at Tree and Bree’s, I knew I had to do it. To see their answers, click here!

Rules:

  • List the rules.
  • Show some love to the one who tagged you.
  • Mention the creator (Ashmita @ the Fictional Journal) and link it back to the original post.
  • Nominate as many people you want and notify them by commenting on their posts.
  • Name a song that you have been listening to on repeat.
  • Have fun!

π”Ήβ„π•Œπ•‹π”Έπ•ƒ: a book with a lot of teenage angst

This book has so much teenage angst, and is a perfect summer read!

𝕋ℝ𝔸𝕀𝕋𝕆ℝ: a book that broke your heart, but you still keep going back to

I cried both the first and second time I read this book, yet still claim it to be one of my favorite books of all time. This series just has such a special place in my heart, and I will always go back to it!

π”»β„π•€π•π”Όβ„β€™π•Š 𝕃𝕀ℂ𝔼ℕℂ𝔼: a book that helped you grow/ become who you are today

This is the series that got me into reading, and I will be forever thankful for that!

πŸ™ π•Šπ•‹π”Όβ„™ π”½π•†β„π•Žπ”Έβ„π”», πŸ› π•Šπ•‹π”Όβ„™π•Š 𝔹𝔸ℂ𝕂: a book which was slow paced, but so addictive that you just couldn’t stop reading it

Pacing wise, this was definitely on the slower side, but I had so much fun reading it I couldn’t put it down. I loved the world, the characters, the political intrigue… everything was so well done!

𝔻𝔼𝕁𝔸 π•π•Œ: a book that makes you nostalgic

I feel like it is cheating to use repeats, but both The Hunger Games and The Infernal Devices make me super nostalgic! The Hunger Games is what introduced me to the YA genre and reading in general, while The Infernal Devices introduced me to my favorite genre, fantasy.

𝔾𝕆𝕆𝔻 𝟜 π•Œ: a book you almost dnf-ed but it became your favorite

I wouldn’t say I almost DNF’d this, but I definitely was having a hard time getting into it. But by the end, I was totally invested in the world and the characters! I’ll definitely be picking up book 2 soon.

π”Όβ„•π•†π•Œπ”Ύβ„ 𝔽𝕆ℝ π•π•†π•Œ: a book that lived up to your incredibly high expectations.

I was expecting this to become my favorite book of the year, and it totally did. I love this book with all my heart and might even consider it my new favorite book of all time.

ℍ𝔸ℙℙ𝕀𝔼ℝ: a book/series which cause a book hangover

After reading The Wicked King, I didn’t pick up another book for a month because I needed time to digest the ending. It was the most shocked/angry I’ve ever been at a book in my life.

π•π”Όπ”Έπ•ƒπ•†π•Œπ•Šπ•, π•π”Όπ”Έπ•ƒπ•†π•Œπ•Šπ•: a world you would sell your books to be a part of

A United States with a woman president? Give it to me.

𝔽𝔸𝕍𝕆ℝ𝕀𝕋𝔼 ℂℝ𝕀𝕄𝔼: a favorite series, but a really disappointing last book

I have a really hard time finishing series, especially longer ones. While I know this isn’t the final book of the series, I did find myself a bit disappointed in A Reaper at the Gates, which is the third book in the Ember in the Ashes series. I am still wanting to read the conclusion to the series, but I had such a hard time getting through that third book.

ℍ𝕆ℙ𝔼 π•Œβ„ 𝕆𝕂: a book that healed you/ your comfort book

This is the first YA book that I’ve read with a plus-sized main character, and I just felt so seen by Sweetie. It is a book that I look back on with such great memories, and it definitely played a part in my self love journey.

I don’t think I will tag anyone specifically, but if you think this tag looks fun (and it is), consider yourself tagged! And feel free to link me in your post because I would love to read your answers. Happy reading!

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