The Zodiac Book Tag

I know that a book tag isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but to give my mind a break, I needed something relaxed and fun, at least to me. I found it on Books Tea Stories, and I think the creator is Swift Walker @Just Dreamland; however, the blog looks deleted for the time being.

Aries: A wild and compelling book – from start to finish. Every page intoxicated your mind and heart with incredible imagery

It’s a novel of pain, love and everything in between; five stars from me.

Taurus: A heart-wrenching story of a forbidden love which could tear the family apart.

I kept comparing it to The Lords of Bucknall Club Series by J.A. Rock, and in my opinion, that series is written slightly better.

Gemini: A book that is cheeky, quippy and witty

In the classic, The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros, people with different backgrounds are brought together by their culture.

Cancer: A bittersweet book that spoke to your sensitive heart

It touches me deeply because I can only imagine what the LGBT+ community went through during the AIDS epidemic, but it also brought the community closer together.

Leo: A book with drama, love, fancy wear and hope

It was a new concept that gave me unique points of view from all characters in the family. I think this novel, in verse, would be a great book to teach in school because there are many topics that can be discussed.

Virgo: A tender story about self-love, self-discovery, perseverance, friendship, romance and family

Goodreads Blurb:

All of her dreams just went up in flames.

Cassidy’s entire life was wrapped up in her business boarding and caring for pets — that is, until the night it burned down.

Shale never expected to find love again, especially with a stubborn woman running into the flames. Ever since his wife died, he’s avoided emotion like the plague, but there’s something about the annoying stranger that makes him want to know more.

Cassidy has physical and emotional scars from the night she lost everything. Whenever she looks in the mirror, she’s reminded that nobody could ever love her the way she now looks… except there’s no denying the way the gorgeous firefighter keeps finding reasons to be around her.

But the hidden scars each holds close to their hearts are their biggest obstacles. If they can’t overcome what’s holding them back, they’ll lose each other forever.

Libra: A book that has a remarkably frank look at life. One of the realest books you have ever read

It’s definitely a heavy read, and you need the right mindset to deal with the emotions that this novel will bring to the table. I think it’s safe to say that this isn’t for everyone, even if it is beautifully written.

Scorpio: A book with a good plot twist. A book that is psychologically thrilling and emotionally chilling… haunted you from the first page to the last.

I read Georgia by Lesley Pearse years ago and still think about it, and yea, I do want to re-read it, yet I doubt I can handle all the loops it takes in.

Sagittarius: An adventurous, summer-y read

A bit slow in the beginning, but once you get into it, it is a beach read, and the pages will keep turning.

Capricorn: A book that has everything to do with friendship

It’s a book about friendships, self-discovery, identity and diversity.

Aquarius: A quirky and unique book

Aquarius: A quirky and unique book

Yay, finally, my sign and speaking of my sign, I thought my element was water, but I just saw somewhere that it could be the air element too. Is this correct? Anyway, for my answer, I’m picking Body Works.

Pisces: A book that bewitched and enchanted you by its lyrical words, and transmuted your imaginative brain

I won’t lie; it took me a while to understand the hype around this book, but when I got it, I honestly did.

Tagging:

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helensbookhaven

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Tagging some Bookstagramers to see what spin they put on this tag. Hopefully, they will think I’m a spam and ignore me when I message them with this idea.

8 thoughts on “The Zodiac Book Tag

  1. I’m actually a fan of book tags and this one has some great questions! I was a little surprised that I didn’t recognize most of these books so.. I’ll be checking those out later.
    Thanks for sharing!

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