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Encanto Book Tag

Hey everyone!

Today, I will be doing the Encanto Book Tag! Thank you so much to the lovely Jess @ Comfort Reads for tagging me. This tag was originally created by Passport To Eden.


The Family Madrigal

Name a book that explores multiple family generations

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The Inheritance Games series by Jennifer Lynn Barnes. You have the Hawthorne boys and Avery Grambs, who are the main focus of the story, but it also strongly involves their parents and grandparents. This is a fantastic series, and I can’t wait for book 3! You can read my review for The Inheritance Games (book 1) HERE, and my review for The Hawthorne Legacy (book 2) HERE.

Waiting On A Miracle

What Is A Book You Enjoyed But Took Longer Than Expected To Finish

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It took me so much longer than I had expected to finish Why Mummy’s Sloshed by Gill Sims, but that was mainly due to having to prioritise blog tours, so I had to keep putting it aside. It may have also had something to do with it being the last in the series, and I was trying to avoid the fact that as soon as I was finished with this, it would be over.

Surface Pressure

Name A Character Who Has To Do It All

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Will Parks from Man Down by James Goodhand. Will has to tackle almost every obstacle thrown his way completely on his own, mainly because people would think he was crazy if he actually told them what was going on. This was a very unusual book! Read my review HERE!

We Don’t Talk About Bruno

Talk About A Book You Don’t Talk About

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The Immortal Prudence Blackwood by Stephanie Grey. I honestly have no idea why I don’t talk about it, because this book is absolutely brilliant. I read this back in 2019, and was desperately hoping that the author turned it in to a series. It hasn’t happened yet, but I’m keeping my fingers crossed still! Read my review HERE.

What Else Can I Do?

Name A Book You Thought Would Be Light and Fluffy But Hit Emotionally

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I Was not expecting The Last Bear by Hannah Gold to hit me quite as hard as it did. This is an incredible MG book that is possibly one of the most beautiful and heartbreaking stories I have ever read. I’ve read this twice now, once on my own and once with my daughter, and both times I have cried so hard. Read my review HERE!

Dos Oruguitas

Characters Who Make You Believe In Soulmates

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Grace Tempest and Lorcan Furey from the Vampirates series by Justin Somper. These two were meant for each other, and have been my absolute favourites since I was a child!

All Of You

Name A Book That Features Rebuilding Relationships

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Although it’s not in an obvious kind of way, you could say that The Beast and The Bethany: Revenge of The Beast by Jack Meggitt-Phillips is a lot about rebuilding relationships. Bethany was known for being a prankster, but now she is trying to do good, to redeem herself, and she wants the town to trust her again and rebuild some of the relationships that were previously ruined through her prankster ways. Read my review HERE!

Columbia, Mi Encanta

Name A Book That Left You Immersed In Culture

This is the only one that I can’t think of an answer for, but I have so many books on my TBR that I know will be perfect for this in the future.


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