So if you’re updated with Booktube, then you might have encountered this tag a plenty of times. Saira from Growing Wings tagged me. Thank you, Saira! 😀 Let’s get on with the tag, shall we? (the tag sounds scrumptious, to be honest)
Dark Chocolate – A book that covers a dark topic. (abuse, domestic violence, rape, loneliness, bullying, death etc)
For this I’m choosing Hopeless by Colleen Hoover. There’s a lot of great dark topics covered in this book. Believe me, it was like watching a soap drama.
White Chocolate – Your favourite light hearted/humorous read.
For this I’m choosing Wallbanger by Alice Clayton. It’s one of the funniest NA novels I have ever read, and probably the funniest novel I’ve ever encountered. The hilarious banter between the two main characters is just pure comedy gold.
Milk Chocolate – A book that has a lot of hype that you’re dying to read.
I chose The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkoski. Other than the gorgeous cover, this book has been getting a lot of positive hype ever since it was released. I’m just wondering when I’ll get my hands on this gem ._.
Chocolate with a Caramel Centre – Name a book that made you feel all gooey in the middle while you were reading it.
It has to be Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares by David Levithan and Rachel Cohn. I was swooning over the two main characters’ relationship the whole time. GO PICK THIS UP.
Wafer Free Kit Kat – Name a book that surprised you lately.
I’m going to go with Just Sing by René Gilley. I was surprised by how much I loved this book. The characters were amazing, the storyline wasn’t boring, and I adored the writing style.
If you’re following me on Twitter, then you probably know why I chose this book. I’ve been on a high ever since I read Monstrous Beauty by Elizabeth Fama. IT’S THAT GOOD.
Hot Chocolate with Cream and Marshmallows – What book would you turn to for a comfort read?
Probably any Stephanie Perkins title. They’re just compulsive and addictive.
Box of Chocolates – What series have you read that you feel has a wide variety and a little something for everyone?
I’m going with The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins on this one. Since a million people has already read it, it signifies how powerful this book’s storyline is and how wide it touches different demographics.
Now for the tagging, I tag these lovely people:
- Dre @ Sporadic Reads
- Jules @ Jules Bookshelf
- Aimee @ Deadly Darlings
- Eileen @ Bookwormstothemax
- Ella @ The Filipina Booknote