As a result of extreme boredom and many hours spent looking on the internet while listening to Made In The AM, i have created the Music Book Tag! I went looking around for another tag i could do, something to do with music and was lost when i couldn’t find any contemporary bands to link to books! So i decided to create my own!
One Direction – A book you would still love without one of the main characters.
Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell –
I absolutely adore Fangirl, it’s only the second book that I’ve read by Rainbow Rowell but I can tell she’s going to become one of my favourite authors. However I could have done with Wren not being around. It could easily have just been about single child Cath and her struggling father, Wren played a very little part in the novel for me.
Busted – A book you didn’t expect to have a sequel.
To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han –
Once I’d read To All The Boy’s I’ve Loved Before I never expected her to release a sequel. I wasn’t too sure where it would pick up or what would happen in the second novel considering the main message of the story was in the first. That’s not to say that I didn’t enjoy it all the same.
5 Seconds of Summer – A book that reminds you of summer.
You’re The One That I Want by Giovanna Fletcher –
I think I always think of summer with this book because I read it over the summer time, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t the perfect beach read! The story follows three best friends and their very awkward love triangle. I had a blast screaming in to my copy when things didn’t go right for my favourite characters! It will always remind me of having downtime to read in the summer!
Adele – A book you love or you hate.
The Duff by Kody Keplinger –
I HATE THE DUFF! I bought this novel just because it had a huge hype around online, everyone loved this novel and was obsessed with the guilty pleasure aspects of it. However I literally could not stand it.
Taylor Swift – A guilty pleasure book.
Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L. James –
I’m not sure if I’ve ever mentioned this before but I actually enjoyed the Fifty Shades series. I read them a few years back when the hype around them began, mainly because I was intrigued by them. I must say I did enjoy the actual story of them, as much as I hate to admit it.
Green Day – A book that bored you to sleep for a whole month.
Welcome to Rosie Hopkins Sweet Shop of Dreams by Jenny Colgan –
I love a good chick-lit novel usually so I had such high hopes for Rosie Hopkins (I’d bought the Christmas sequel in preparation.) However I really couldn’t get in to it. It had no substance and was just very long winded.
Coldplay – A book that makes you sad no matter how many times you read it.
The Fault in our Stars by John Green –
No matter how many times I re-read the Fault in Our Stars I cry every single time. It’s one of those novels that you think won’t make you emotional but it always will. The last few chapters will make me cry every time I read it.
The Glee Cast – A book that you’d like to be made in to a musical.
A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness –
This might be a really unpopular opinion, and maybe just a stage play instead of a musical, but I think A Monster Calls would look incredible done on a stage.
Ed Sheeran – A book that was more emotionally heavy than you expected it to be.
One by Sarah Crossan –
Bloomsbury very kindly sent me One for review. After being interested in reading One for a while I was more than pleased to be sent it! However I really didn’t expect to be so emotionally attached to the story by the end! Because it is written in prose it felt like the story went by very quickly and I didn’t get chance to connect to the characters, however I was a sobbing mess by the end.
Miley Cyrus – A book that you still don’t understand.
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
I started reading this over summer 2015, thinking that it’s one of those books that just should be read at some point in life! I know the basics of the story but I could only get about 50 pages in before being rather confused and not liking it!