Friday 16 October 2020

Book Tag | The Fall Bucket List Tag

I'm back with another tag! I wanted to do a fall themed tag and I read this one over on The Book Dutchesses blog and the prompts and the graphics were so cute. I don't really tag people for these kind of things but if you do do this tag, let me know in the comments! This tag was originally created by Read by Tiffany although I can't find the original post.


The Cogheart books by Peter Bunzl are a really fun, lighthearted adventure middle grade series that is one of my favourites. It does have some more mysterious elements to it as well but overall it's so fantastical and all of the books are great reads. I'm really looking forward to reading the fourth and final book at some point this year.


The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V. E. Schwab is probably the most hyped book of the year and I'm planning on buying myself a copy within the coming weeks. I've heard nothing but good things and I just have a really strong feeling that this could be a new favourite although I shouldn't build my expectations too high!  

I'm loving the Circle of Magic series by Tamora Pierce and it definitely has a fun friendship group at it's core as it follows four young mages as they develop their magic and battle various dangers. I'm currently listening to the third book on audio and I love this friendship group, they argue and have their differences but you can tell their bond goes deep.


I recently read Mooncakes by Wendy Xu and Suzanne Walker and it was such a heartwarming graphic novel with beautiful art. It was like autumn in book form, the romance is so freaking adorable and I really want the authors to continue this series.

I haven't read With the Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevado just yet but I own it and I know that the main character is an aspiring chef and that there's a lot of foodie content. This has a really high rating on Goodreads and although I'm not much of a cook myself (I prefer baking!), I'm sure this will inspire me to set foot in the kitchen!

I thought we'd end with a nice autumnal, mystery read and include Truly Devious by Maureen Johnson. This was one of my favourite books I read in 2019 and I really should have picked up the next book in the series by now. I think i'm going to pick this one back up for a re-read before I continue though as I genuinely want to revisit it already.  

So that's my tag! What are some of your favourite things to do in fall? I definitely love cosying up in sweaters, lighting a candle or two, making myself a hot chocolate and settling down with a book! Happy Reading! 


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