Hello readers! We are in the middle of June, and for me, also in the middle of my Goodreads reading challenge. I read 52 books at the moment, so probably I already read a new favourite book or two, right?
I found this tag on Kristin Kraves Books, please go and check her blog!
Check my Mid-Year Freak Out Tag of the last year!
BEST BOOK YOU’VE READ SO FAR IN 2019
The Wingsnatchers (Carmer and Grit #1) by Sarah Jean Horwitz
Just finished this book and it’s incredible! I’ve loved every character, the plot is so well done, and look at the cover!
BEST SEQUEL YOU’VE READ SO FAR IN 2019
Il bacio del vampiro (As shadows fade) by Colleen Gleason
The last book in the Gardella Chronicles is the perfect ending for this series!
NEW RELEASE YOU HAVEN’T READ YET BUT WANT TO
The boy from tomorrow by Camille Deangelis
I still need to read for Edelweiss The boy From Tomorrow, but I don’t think it’s a new release.
MOST ANTICIPATED RELEASE FOR THE SECOND HALF OF THE YEAR
Find me their bones by Sara Wolf
It’s curious: my best book of the previous tag was Bring me their hearts, and now, my most anticipated release is its sequel.
La lama sottile (the subtle knife) by Philip Pullman
It’s impossible for me to say out loud how La lama sottile(The Subtle Knife) the sequel of The Golden Compass, bad it is. I hated the main character, I hated how Lyra is treated, I hated the angels and God and whatsoever turn of the plot. I hated it so much that I refuse to read the third book of the series.
The Yard by Alex Grecian
Everyone seems to dislike this book, but hey, it’s great!
FAVOURITE NEW AUTHOR
Alex Grecian for sure, Sarah Jean Horwitz and Ross MacKenzie!
NEWEST FICTIONAL CRUSH
Neville Hammersmith, the lovely and Oh_my_God_I’m_so_scared_He_will_die_in_the_next_books from The Yard.
NEWEST FAVOURITE CHARACTER
Grit (don’t call her Grettifrida) from Carmer and Grit and Kadka, the half-human half-orc from The Flaw in all magic.
BOOK THAT MADE YOU CRY
I’m sorry, but none of the books I read this year has made me cry.
BOOK THAT MADE YOU HAPPY
The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton
I’m happy because usually I don’t like hyped books, but I really liked Camellia’s story.
FAVOURITE BOOK TO FILM ADAPTATION
Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett
I agree with Kristin: Good Omens it’s spectacular!! I’m in love with Aziraphale/Sheen and Crowley/Tennant!
FAVOURITE POST YOU HAVE DONE THIS YEAR
Even if I hated the book, writing down the review of Just One Damned Thing After Another was really liberating.
MOST BEAUTIFUL BOOK YOU’VE BOUGHT THIS YEAR
The boy, the bird & the coffin maker by Matilda Woods
This year I’m really a good book blogger and I’ve bought only a dozen of books. This, in particular, has a shiny but a little rough cover.
WHAT BOOK DO YOU NEED TO READ BY THE END OF THE YEAR
All of them?