The Bibliophile’s Night Out Tag

Hey everyone!
Today, I am doing the The Bibliophile’s Night Out Tag, which I saw Aoife @ Pretty Purple Polka Dots do. This tag was originally created by Beth @ Books Nest


Rules

  • Thank the person who tagged you and link back to their post
  • Link to the creator’s blog (booksnest.co.uk) in your post
  • Answer the questions below
  • Tag 5 bloggers to take part
  • ENJOY THE TAG!

Pre-drinks – A prequel/novella you’ve read

Sour Candy by Kealan Patrick Burke is one of my favourite novellas! It is extremely creepy, and really messes with your head.

PURCHASE HERE (affiliate links): Amazon UK, Book Depository

The taxi to town – A book about travel

The Ship of Shadows by Maria Kuzniar. It isn’t solely about travel, but it does include a lot of it, and it is just such a beautiful book. I can’t wait for book 2 in the series! You can read my review HERE!

PURCHASE HERE (affiliate links): Amazon UKWaterstonesBook Depository

Trying to find a table – A book you didn’t like to start with, but then ended up loving

Violet by Scott Thomas. The start was so painfully slow, and I wouldn’t necessarily say I ended up loving it, but I did thoroughly enjoy it by the end. It certainly redeemed itself. You can read my full review HERE!

PURCHASE HERE (affiliate links): Amazon UK, Book Depository

First round of drinks – A first book in a series

I recently read May Day by Josie Jaffrey, which is book 1 of the Seekers series. It is the only book in the series that has been released so far, but I loved it, and I can not wait for the next one! Review coming on 15th September.

PURCHASE HERE (affiliate link): Amazon UKBook Depository

The dance floor – A book that makes you want to jump up and down with excitement

When I Come Home Again by Caroline Scott. I have been looking forward to this for so long, and have held back on reading my arc copy until closer to the release date! The release date is 29th October, so I will be reading this very soon, and I am so excited! I read The Photographer of the Lost by Caroline Scott in 2019 (REVIEW HERE), and it is the best historical fiction book I have ever read (and I read quite a few).

PURCHASE HERE (affiliate links): Amazon UKWaterstonesBook Depository

The toilets – A book you wouldn’t touch with a barge pole

There’s probably quite a few, but any new release from JKR (including books written using a pseudonym), because she’s a terrible human being.

The first to bail – The last book you DNF’d

The last book I DNF’ed was The First of Shadows by Deck Matthews. This actually isn’t a bad book at all, but it just wasn’t my style. I’m sure that lots of you will absolutely love it though!

PURCHASE HERE (affiliate link): Amazon UK

The journey home – A book you can’t really remember the plot of anymore

I genuinely can’t think of any that I’ve read and can’t really remember…

The morning after – A comfort read

You’re probably all completely fed up with how much I talk about this series, but the Vampirates series by Justin Somper is definitely my comfort read, especially Demons of the Ocean (book 1 in the series)!

PURCHASE HERE (affiliate links): Amazon UKWaterstonesBook Depository

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