The Fall Book Tag

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If you’ve seen my previous blog post, you will know I adore all that is fall (see what I did there ;)) so The Fall Book Tag is perfect for me and this time of year. My good friend Danielle tagged me in this one, thank you lovely! If you don’t already follow her then you’re missing out! Her blog is simply gorgeous and she writes the BEST reviews!

This tag was originally created by the BionicBookWorm and all of the beautiful photo credit goes to her!


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Odd & True

Odd & True by Cat Winters. This book was so different for me. One of the main character’s is disabled, which is not often seen in YA and I personally have never seen it. The plot was incredible and the situations that you’re faced with are traumatic to say the least. I’ve never read anything like it!

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acomaf

A Court Of Mist & Fury by Sarah J.Maas. I devoured the first book in this series and bought ACOMAF within days. This second book was EPIC, it totally outshone the first and the ending not only had me crying but utterly blew me away!

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When Dimple Met Rishi

When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon. This is such a feel good story, it’s very cute and very light hearted. It definitely gave me the warm and fuzzy’s!

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ink

Ink by Alice Broadway. I bought Ink many months ago and still haven’t read it (in my defense new shiny books were released and I NEEDED them!). The cover is gorgeous, it’s a very shiny orange/bronze, beautifully Autumnal!

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Fireblood

Fireblood by Elly Blake. Fireblood was definitely non-stop with the amount of training she goes through and the story itself is full of jaw dropping action!

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Ally

Ally by Anna Banks. I’ve craved this book ever since I read Nemesis and found out there would be a sequel! It just released this month and I’m currently scouring websites in search of a hardback copy, to accompany my Nemesis!


 

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32 thoughts on “The Fall Book Tag

  1. Great picks! I absolutely love ACOMAF. I reread ACOTAR like a month ago, and now I need to reread ACOMAF before reading ACOWAR. I also enjoyed WDMR. Haven’t read the others.

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