To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before Book Tag

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before by author Jenny Han was a book that left me entirely speechless. It was absolutely perfect and was my favorite book for months. And then, the movie came out and I was one of the happiest bookworms on the planet. I mean, who doesn’t want to see a movie adaptation of one of their favorite books? On top of that, I think I died a little because of the chemistry shared between Lara Jean (played by Lana Candor) and Peter Kavinsky (played by Noah Centineo) on screen. Then the world became an even better place when the second movie came out (To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You) and this movie…god. I’d be lying if I said I didn’t get all emotional while watching the movie. I’m sorry, but I just couldn’t help myself!

So when I came across this post on Wanders Between Pages’s page, I couldn’t help but jump at the opportunity to base my next post on it. Cuz I mean, a cute book tag every now and then never hurt anyone, did it? So, here we go!


Image result for magic tree house seriesGosh, I’ve been reading for as long as I can remember, but I think that when I look back, the books which stand out the most are the Magic Tree House ones by Mary Pope Osborne. Like I’ve previously mentioned on my blog I think, I used to devour these books. They used to be so interesting that I don’t think I’d ever not have my nose stuck in one of the many books part of this series. I swear I believe that most of the general knowledge that I have about the world, such as dinosaurs and tornadoes, is because of these books.

JOHN AMBROSE MCCLAREN a.k.a. THE BOOK THAT GOT AWAY (a book that may not be your all time favorite now, but you’ll always love it)

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A book that I’ll always love is The Color Purple by Alice Walker. This book was way out if comfort zone, being a classic and not a young-adult novel, but I was hooked from the first page. I don’t even know how many times I’ve read this book and actually ended up writing my 4000 word extended essay on it. This novel will always have a special place in my heart and if you haven’t already read this masterpiece, I suggest you do as soon as possible!


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I’m gonna have to give this one to What If It’s Us by Adam Silvera and Becky Albertalli. This was the first novel that I’d read by both of these authors and I’m so glad that I did. The story was just so relatable and the characters to tangible. I felt as if I was a part of the novel throughout and just couldn’t stop flipping the pages! I loved the relationship that the main characters shared with each other and appreciated the discussion of global and important topics that took place. In all, the book was funny, different, and completely swoon-worthy.

JOSH SANDERSON a.k.a. The Book Next Door (a book that you’ll love no matter how many times you read it)

Image result for percy j seriesI think it’s safe to say that I’m most definitely not the only one who feels this way about the Percy Jackson series by Rick Riordan. I mean, there was a point when my entire life revolved around this series. It was just so good! I was 7 years old when I picked up the first novel – Percy Jackson and the Lightening Thief – and don’t think that I’ve ever kept the series back down. I’m that attached to it. Every now and then, especially when I find myself in a reading slump, I’ll pick one of these books up and find myself reliving the same stories. I think I know the plot of each book like that back of my hand! I even owe my love for Greek mythology to these books and can’t wait to read the series again!

PETER KAVINSKY a.k.a. Your One True Book Love

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As luck would have it, I recently (I think my last post) talked about how I have finally found my absolute favorite book – Frankly In Love by David Yoon. Click here to read my review. I have exams going on right now, but I assure you, I’m gonna reread this gem as soon as I’m done with my last paper. I cried, I laughed, I fell in love. I even kinda felt a little hollow after I was done reading this book, but oh well. Please, please, please, read this book if you haven’t already. You won’t regret it!


And with that, we come to the end of this book tag. I love doing book tags because they always make me think about the books that I’ve already read and never fail to remind me how much I enjoyed or disliked reading a particular book. It’s like, with each book I change as a person and I’m glad to get the opportunity and inspire other book-lovers to read some of the books I fell in love with.

Thanks for taking out the time and reading my post. Let me know your thoughts! I’d like to tag these bloggers:

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– Just Another Magical Soul

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