Anyway, on Wordpress, I was tagged by Cristina from My Tiny Obsessions to do the Seasons of Book Blogging Tag! Thank you very much, Cristina!
Here's how it works:
So, thank you, J.Bookish, for creating this lovely tag!
Now, let's do this!
Of course that I would give Harry Potter and the Philsopher's Stone as a gift!!!
I set as my Goodreads goal 50 books when 2016. Then, I thought it would be impossible because it was on my 2nd semester of my first year as a college student and I knew that I would barely read this summer because I had people staying at my house, so I changed it for 35. Did I keep it? No, I didn't... I only read 24 books this year.... I feel so disappointed.
I really loved the familial relationship between Noah and Jude from I'll Give You the Sun, by Jandy Nelson. I loved how they overcame their problems together, even though they weren't really close for some years. But I am glad that, in the end, they started to understand each other's hearts.
|Portuguese edition of I'll Give You the Sun.|
Let's not repeat Harry Potter, ok (LOL)? Well, I would like to re-experience The Hunger Games trilogy! Actually, I only read it once. I should read it again in 2017. Why not?
Everyone seems to love The Tiger's Curse series by Colleen Houck, but I really hated it... It has too many issues and I still don't get how many people love this series...
Daughter of Smoke and Bone, by Laini Taylor, was indeed a pleasant surprise! I loved Laini's writing because it's very poetic and beautiful. I also loved the world she created.
YA Contemporary is a good genre for when I just want a light read!
Eleanor & Park made me giggle and, therefore, I saw fireworks of happiness. However, it has some sad moments. But still... I giggled! I really did!
I have no idea...
I had to read Frankenstein for my second semester of college and I really enjoyed! Mary Shelley is truly a Queen!
I would like to dress as Hermione Granger of course!
I don't want to mention Harry Potter again, so I chose The Diary of a Young Girl, by Anne Frank. I read it when I was 13, 14 and it was probably my first non-fiction read and it opened my eyes, for sure. Anne Frank is an inspiration, no doubt.
Yayyyy! It's over! Let's see who I tag:
That's it for now, guys! See yaaaaa!!!