Happy Friday bookish people! I hope you are all doing very well today. I am bringing you my first book tag of April, (and yes I say first because there will be a second one next Friday so check that out too!).
I found this tag on thissplendidshambles.com
Book With Water on the cover – Devil and the Dark Water by Stuart Turton
This is the very first book I thought of, it is covered in a blue/green wave pattern.
Classic Novel You’d Like To Curl Up On The Couch With – Emma by Jane Austen
Emma is my favourite Austen novel but honestly this question could also be answered with Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte but that is kept for rainy days so it is very cosy.
A scary book to read in a rainstorm – none of them!
Scary books freak me out anyway, let alone reading it during a rainstorm.
A good book recommendation for rainy days – Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson
This is a good question, on rainy days I usually like to read a nice fantasy and the last time this happened I was reading Sorcery of Thorns and that is the book I would recommend.
The characters you’d like to spend a rainy day with –
Hmm… difficult choice.. I think I would have to choose Kellen from Spellslinger because he could keep everybody entertained with his wit, then I would choose lou from Serpent and Dove because she could do some magic and bring some of the amazing sounding food from the books then I would be stuck because I don’t have a room big enough for all the people I would like to have over!
A book that has blue on the cover – the upside of unrequieted
Again, I had to go with the first book I thought of and the Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli is a bright blue all over cover.
A book with a rainy setting at some point
This is very difficult because I can’t think of a single one!
A book you wouldn’t mind using as an umbrella
Catching fire from the Hunger Games series, just because I lent it to a friend when I was in high school and she left it in her bag, outside in the rain so it is already all curled up from the water damage so a bit more rain can’t hurt it any worse than it is already.
A character you would like to share an umbrella with
ooh, another good question. It is very hard because I would choose a male character, but I am so short (literally I am only 4 foot 11, I am tiny) so whoever I would share an umbrella with would also need to be tiny and there aren’t many characters that small…. okay, I am going to choose Eve brown from Act Your age Eve Brown by Talia Hibbert, she is so bubbly that she could make anyone feel positive even in the rain and I also think she is quite short.
A novel with a dry beginning but an amazing ending
I am going to choose Dangerous Women by Hope Adams because the beginning takes a long time to set everything up but the book as a whole is brilliant.