I saw this brilliant tag on Sarah Withers blog and loved it, so thought I’d do my own version!
A book for each letter of your name
L – (The) Light We Lost – Jill Santopolo: I really enjoyed this one – I mean, anything billed as “Me Before You meets One Day” is going to appeal to me! Review to follow soon.
A – All I Ever Wanted by Lucy Dillon: this was a great read which surprised me as I expected it to be light and fluffy – and it was, but it was so much more than your average chick-lit. Read my full review here.
U – Us by David Nicholls: well, it had to be, didn’t it?! I will always love this book; I loved everything about it. Emotional, so well-written and funny at times too. Read my full review here.
R – Relativity by Antonia Hayes: I was part of the blog tour for this book, and I’m so glad I was. I really enjoyed it and thought it was a lovely, beautifully written novel. Read my full review here.
A – Atonement by Ian McEwan: an older pick, in that I read it a long time ago so I don’t think I ever reviewed it on my blog – it was before Snazzy Book’s time I think. Perhaps I need to rectify that when I have time… anyway, a great novel and the film wasn’t too bad – mainly due to James McAvoy! Nowhere near as good as the book though, of course!
Age – count along your bookshelf (27)
A book that represents a destination you would love to travel to?
Gosh, there are too many really! I’ve picked a few…
Blue Light Yokohama – Nicolas Obregon (Toyko – Japan) – my review
Little Lies – Liane Moriarty (Australia)
The Tea Planter’s Wife – Dinah Jefferies
I don’t particularly have a favourite colour but I have reviewed a lot of books with this colour on the cover, so I’m going for: BLUE!
So here’s a selection:
Most difficult to read:
Which book in your TBR will you get the most satisfaction from reading?
ANY of the books that my mum / friends/ other people have leant me ages ago that I never get around to reading because I keep requesting books on Netgalley, or accepting books for review when I shouldn’t!
A few examples include:
The Girl In The Spider’s Web – David Lagercrantz
Any Human Heart – William Boyd
A Game For All The Family – Sophie Hannah