Friday, February 13, 2015

The Cake Book Tag

A while ago I was tagged by Sofia from Take A Walk On The Write Side I thought this was fun so I decided to fill it out and tag someone else.

Flour: A book that was a little bit slow to start off but really picked up as it went along. 
I am going to go with a book I recently reviewed: Nomad, which was not slow in the beginning because it kind of started with a bang instead it slowed down after the second chapter or so to finally pick up again in the end. It was a great read, but it took me a while to finish.

Margarine: A book that had a rich, great plot.
Ok I had to think about this one for a while because I wanted to show you some books I have read more recently and of which I could share the review, however I have been in a reviewing slump for a while now, so I do not have the review up yet for this one. I am talking about Frost by Kate Avery Ellison.

I wonderful book set in a new world, in the Frost were Lia live, and everything is snow and ice, which soothes me.

Eggs: A book you thought was going to be bad but actually turned out quite enjoyable. 
I recently read a book that I did not finish, a short story that was really bad. But I  can't really think of
anything that was bad and turned out great.

I read one of those back in 2013, The Moon Dwellers by David Estes, this book started really slow, which I didn't like very much but the ending was phenomenal and after some thought I understood why David Estes has chosen this strategy.

Sugar: A sugary, sweet book.
I haven't read sugary sweet in a while, so I am going for one that I am about to read, that also has a
sugary sweet name Glazuur (meaning Icing in dutch) by Lisette Jonkman. I hope this will turn out to be sugary sweet and funny.

Icing - A book that covered every single element that you enjoy about a book (funny moments, action moments, sad moments, etc.)
This one is easy, I will have to go with a book I all ready want to re-read even though I finished it
September, when I finished reading it I wanted to start again right after. I am talking about Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas.

Oh I am so going to re-read this soon and write a really good review for it... I did not review this book yet because I couldn't put my thoughts on paper, I couldn't find the right words to describe how awesome this book was.

So after I have re-read it, I will try again and tell you how freaking awesome the book is.

After reading this book on my ereader, I had to have it in hardcover, I now own the first 3 books plus the fourth (The The Assassin's blade, which is a series of novellas) in hardcover and they are so pretty!

Sprinkles: A book series that you can kind of turn back to for a little pick me up when you're feeling down. 

Yes, what I am going to tell you, I have told you before, every time this kind of question comes around, anything by L.J. Smith (keep it original so no ghostwritten material). So the Vampire Diaries, Night world series, or any other series written by L.J. Smith will do fine to "pick me up when I am feeling down". Thinking about it, I really need to finish the last 2 books I haven't read: the Dark visions trilogy and Forbidden Games trilogy. And maybe I will need to do some rereading soon.

The Cherry on Top - Your favourite book this year so far.

I am going for last year, since I only have finished 1 this year sofar, I could ofcourse say Throne of Glass, but I think emotion wise Hopeless really ranked on top, it destroyed me emotionally, I just do not have the words for how great this book was. Read my review here: Hopeless ~ Colleen Hoover

Now for the one I am going to tag, I am tagging you Inge from Bookshelf Reflections


  1. Thank you for tagging me, Irene! I will let you know when I post it so you can read my answers :D