My Favorite Relationships in Books

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Since today is Valentines Day I thought it would be fun to tell you guys my favorite relationships in books. Let’s just get right into the list which is in no particular order.  Also, this post will contain spoilers so read on with caution.

    1. Rebecca Brandon (Nee Bloomwood) and Luke Brandon

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Book: Shopaholic Series by Sophie Kinsella

   Reason: I just love their relationship. They have their ups and downs but they are always there for each other when it matters. Also, Luke is able to put up with Becky who is a handful because she is so ridiculous but that is why he loves her and all the readers as well. It is never boring when Becky is around. One more thing Luke is husband goals. Continue reading “My Favorite Relationships in Books”

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Back To School Book Tag

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      Today’s post is the back to school book tag created by BangadyBangz on Youtube. Now let’s get into these questions. 

1) Fresh new outfit –img_7224

Book with best dressed characters

  • Rebecca Bloomwood ( Confession of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella). I mean she is addicted to shopping so she has to be best dressed. 

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My Favorite Book Series

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Today’s post is going to be on my favorite book series. This list will be in the order of my least favorite to my absolute favorite. Don’t get me wrong I love all these series. Now let’s get into the list.

Disclaimer: This list will not include short stories or bridge books. Continue reading “My Favorite Book Series”

The Reader Tag

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This post is going to be The Reader Tag created by Penguin Teen to promote their new book The Reader by Traci Chee. The reader was released on September 13th, here is the synopsis:

“Sefia knows what it means to survive. After her father is brutally murdered, she flees into the wilderness with her aunt Nin, who teaches her to hunt, track, and steal. But when Nin is kidnapped, leaving Sefia completely alone, none of her survival skills can help her discover where Nin’s been taken, or if she’s even alive. The only clue to both her aunt’s disappearance and her father’s murder is the odd rectangular object her father left behind, an object she comes to realize is a book—a marvelous item unheard of in her otherwise illiterate society. With the help of this book, and the aid of a mysterious stranger with dark secrets of his own, Sefia sets out to rescue her aunt and find out what really happened the day her father was killed—and punish the people responsible. Continue reading “The Reader Tag”