The Christmas Cracker Tag

It’s the first day of Christmas! Dig out the Advent Calendars and the slightly fuzzy Christmas jumpers and wear them with pride 🙂 And in honour of that, here is the first in the hoard of Christmas-related-tags I’ll be doing over the next month!

1) Find a book with a Christmassy/Wintery Cover
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Black Ice by Becca Fitzpatrick. I haven’t actually read this book but I’ve heard really good things about it. It’s a thriller about two girls who find themselves stuck in a snowstorm when they are halfway up a mountain. As you can imagine, things get very tense and stressful. Especially when they end up with guns stuck to their heads. Read it. It sounds interesting.

2) A book that you would buy as a present
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Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour by Morgan Matson. This book isn’t very wintery but I absolutely adored it. I love all of Morgan Matson’s books, and I especially love this one. It’s filled with action and romance and character development and I REALLY LOVED READING IT! If you’d like to know more of my thoughts, check out my review!

3) A festive-themed book
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This is a book that I’m really excited to read this Christmas, and it’s a collection of short stories by a whole host of authors including Stephanie Perkins, Jenny Han and Holly Black. I’ve no idea about the plots of the stories but frankly, I don’t really care. I’ll be reading this anyhow.

4) A book you can curl up by the fire with and read
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Any Harry Potter book. They have such an addicting and warming quality to them, even the later books when things get really dark and intense. I love re-reading this series, even if I have only re-read them once. If you haven’t read this series in a couple of years, maybe make this one of you options to read this Christmas?

5) A book you want to read over the festive season
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We Were Liars by E Lockhart. I’ve had this book for 4 or 5 months and I still haven’t read it. I’ve heard it’s amazing and filled with action, adventure and mystery which are things that I love reading about. It’s not even a long book, it’s only a couple of hundred pages so there is no excuses to why I haven’t read it yet.

That was the first Christmas tag of December! Look out for more Christmas tags and reviews which will be popping up over the next month or so.

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