So, hello everyone. This is my first booktag ever, and I’m so excited to do it. It’s called The Wine Book Tag and I got tagged by the awesome Jasmine. Pay her blog a visit as she writes many book reviews there. So… let’s begin.
Box Wine – A book people will judge you for liking but you like it anyway!
That would be The Death Cure, which is the third book of the Maze Runner series! I’m not sure why people dislike it, though. This book is very fast-paced and I was really enjoying my read. I remember finishing this book in about two days and am pretty impressed by myself as I am a very sluggish reader (read : very slow reader). Oh and yes, I’m super stoked to get my hands on The Fever Code even though I disliked The Kill Order. I just have to.
Organic Wine – A book that doesn’t have any added crap in it and is just written perfectly
Oh, can we take a moment to adore the brilliant cover? Because I’m so in love with it.
If you have not read this book yet, please–please, read it. It is a very light yet super heartwarming read. The illustrations are also super cute. I could not help but smile everytime the Little Prince talk about something he’s curious about. Oh furthermore, the film adaptation is very good too! Do watch it, okay!
Gluehwein – A really spicy, wintry read
Well, this is the only wintry book I have on my shelf. I didn’t like all of the stories in the book, but Stephanie Perkins’s is always the best when it comes to romance and fluffy reads.
Sauvignon Blanc – A really sharp and aggressive read that you couldn’t put down
Obviously, The Hunger Games trilogy. I loved the first book the best, but Catching Fire left me breathless. I truly love this trilogy, and I must say that these three books gave a big impact to my life–thanks to Suzanne Collins.
Pinot Noir – A book you didn’t expect much from but ended up getting blown away
If you follow me on my bookstagram, you’d probably know how much I love this book. This was actually my first novel and I expected nothing good from it. I bought it because of the cover. It’s cute, isn’t it? But turned out I fell for Jack so hard. I would highly recommend this book for those who love contemporary and romance.
Chardonnay – A good summer read that was super zesty
I finished this book in two or three sittings–about 7 hours. I honestly like Lola and the Boy Next Door the best, but the storyline of this book is just perfect and I couldn’t get enough of Joshua Wasserstein. Fluffy read, and I love it. Thank you Perkins.
Rose – A book that has a little bit of everything in it
One of my favourite books, I must say! It tells a story about two teens who wanted to end their lives, but ended up saving each others’–they needed each other. Perfect.
Shiraz – A full-bodied book that is dark and juicy
My friend recommended me this book. It was hard for me to understand the storyline at first, as this book is narrated by a 5-year-old boy. I consider this book as dark and juicy, and I truly love it. This is a well-written book, and I highly recommend it to everyone.
Merlot – A smooth easy read with a soft finish
This book really touched my heart. Charlie is a sweetie, and Sam is very cool too. I love how the story flows, and the ending’s really beautiful too.
Champagne – Your favourite book
Aha! One of the best books I’ve ever read! This book tells about Charlie, a retarded man, who wanted to become intelligent. Or at least, to become as smart as his friends. He undergoes an operation for a scientific experiment and also, to make him smart. This book broke my heart into pieces, but I still love it.
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