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Summer Vibes Book Tag

Deanna at The Comfy Readers created this original book tag and I first saw it by Kristin Kraves Books.

Summer is finally here and what is better than a book tag to come along with it! No one tagged me but I’m doing it anyways and tagging anyone who wants to do so as well!


  • Mention the creator and link back to the original post! (Deanna @ The Comfy Reader).
  • Thank the blogger who tagged you.
  • Answer all the prompts below however you see fit.
  • Tag some friends!
  • Feel free to use the graphics.

The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren.

If I’m being completely honest, I barely remember what happens in this book. I just remember that I really liked it and it is one of my favorite books by this author… So, it’s extremely bad that I don’t remember much of it. I picked this one cause I cannot think of another book that is set somewhere tropical (I’m soooorry). I guess this is now back in my TBR cause I definitely need to re-read it.

Just Listen by Sarah Dessen.

This book I hold very close and dear to my heart. It is one of the books that have shaped me as a reader and I love it. I must admit, the focus of this book isn’t music, but it is a big part of it (a big and weird part of it). After reading this years ago I continued to read many books that had to do with music as well, but very few have been as amazing as this one.

*Queue some Harry Styles Music*

Without Merit by Colleen Hoover.

This book doesn’t have one juicy secret, it has about a thousand juicy secrets. It follows a very particular family with a very complicated dynamic. Slowly, every secret is unveiled and we’re able to see the magnitude of their issues. This is truly an amazing, but very weird read.

The Siren by Kiera Cass.

All of you might know this author because of The Selection series, which most people do not like. I think that due to that, many have given up on her, but let me tell you that you shouldn’t. I think this book is very interesting and well written. The story is captivating and very original. I definitely recommend it.

My guilty pleasure isn’t a book or a genre… It’s an author. So… The author I’m kind of embarrassed to admit that I love is Aurora Rose Reynolds. I am fully aware that there is nothing wrong about loving her books, but let’s be honest, most people constantly roast them. However, I don’t really mind admitting that I have read almost every single one of her books because whenever I’m in the mood to read a short, light-hearted romance, she is my immediate choice.

Wonder by R.J. Palacio.

This story is soooo adorable. I think that both the book and the movie are absolutely amazing and really reflect what a true friendship is all about. This is a middle grade book and an amazing example for young readers. In my opinion, every kid out there should read this as an exercise on kindness and acceptance.

Touching Spirit Bear by Ben Mikaelsen.

I’ve read very few books like this one because I usually don’t enjoy them very much. However, I definitely learned a lot from this book and its main character, considering that it focuses on personal growth and spiritual reconnection. Even though this may sound kind of unusual, it really opens up your perspective on many of the issues that we deal with nowadays.

That Boy by Jillian Dodd.

Oh God. This book was a waste of my time. I usually don’t like saying only bad things about a book, so that is why I barely mention it. But I hate this. The story is superficial, the characters are annoying and absolutely nothing exciting happens. I respect anyone that enjoyed reading this but I would really like to know…Why? How?

Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins.

I think that this book is a perfect example of light and cute. I am mostly certain that most people that like romance know of this book and have read it, but it never hurts to shine a light on it every now and then. I believe that it is a truth universally acknowledged that this isn’t the best book out there (definitely not my favorite in this trilogy) but it is great and I definitely recommend it.

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han.

I will never be able to put into words how much I do not like Margot. I think she is the most selfish and annoying character EVER. And the fact that Lara Jean loves her so much gets on my nerves. I understand that she’s her sister and I know that they love each other very much, but I don’t care. Margot is annoying and I will never ever like that character.

What are your thoughts on all these books? What are some of the books you’re planning to read this summer?