Hi bookish friends! How are you?! I hope you all had a great week! My week was pretty long, and bothering at uni, but thank god it’s over, and with that, holidays are here, finally! So today, to put myself, and everyone in a good mood, whether you’re in class, at work, or close to some school break, well, let’s talk about…food?!
Beforehand, let me apologize if this post is making you hungry…it surely made me hungry, while I was writing it! Today, I have to thank the incredible Ashley @ Socially Awkward Bookworm for tagging me to do the Pastry Book tag. Let’s talk about some treats, and talk about books, too! 🙂
All the pictures were found on tumblr.
The Hunger Games, Suzanne Collins. I’m sure it’s a popular choice, but well…I really loved this series. It’s chilling, and I can’t wait to see the movie!
For this one, I’m gonna go with The 5th Wave, Rick Yancey. I had a hard time getting into it, at first, because I was very confused. About the characters, the setting, the change of POV, I was kind of lost. But in the end, it really was worth the ride. A chilling ride, though, beware!
I can’t really say that I didn’t like it, I thought it was really a good idea, and an incredible world-shaping. But I couldn’t understand the hype around Magonia, and right now, I still can’t. Only Jason gave me feels in this book.
Pain au chocolat: Name a book that you thought would be one thing but turned out to be something else.
The DUFF. I’ve heard so many things about this book, I thought it would be a great ride into teenagehood, but I just couldn’t stand the main character. So sad.
I want to say the Mara Dyer series, but only because I want everyone to read it. It’s one hell of a story, you won’t read anything like it, and nothing worth the chills that it gives you. This story is powerful!
What do you mean, by, extremely? If I can’t understand the story, I think I won’t read it at all, haha. Unremembered, The Program, Revived, all of those kind of dystopian stories have intricate plots, I’d say!
Gossip Girl is the first tv show that comes to my mind. It’s such a guilty pleasure, and I love all of the actors a lot, especially Leighton Meester, who’s incredible!
The probability of miracles. It’s a difficult subject, it’s hard, and sad, and heartbreaking, but, still.
I can say every single book?! Most of them take place in the US, or England, or…I don’t know many books that are set in France!
Hm, I think I would love to try all the pastries they cook in the PS. I still love you series. It just sounds so amazing and makes my mouth water everytime I read it!
Since I’ve seen this tag around a lot lately, I’m not going to tag anyone to do this. However, if you’d like to join, please do, I’m officially tagging you!