Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag: 2020 Edition

After writing a whole post on all of our feelings about tags, we figured that we should deliver on our promise and do what’s possibly our favorite tag, the Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag! We did this tag last year as well, so if you’re interested in what our answers were in 2019 for some reason, feel free to check that post out!

This year we were tagged multiple times to give our answers, so thank you so much to Sophie @ Sophie’s Corner and Marie and Nyx @ Drizzle & Hurricane Books for giving us the motivation we needed to answer these questions merely in July, and not towards the end of September! This tag was created by Chami & Ely and we’re so glad they came up with all these questions, because it’s such a fun way to check in on our reading experiences for the first half of the year!

Malka:

Just as a little summary before we get started, so far this year I have read 45 books, making me way ahead of my 50 book goal, but very much behind on my 100 book goal. I do have some graphic novels and shorter works that I plan on reading in the next few weeks so that I can still reach my 100 book goal, but we’ll see what happens! Most of my reads were really good, and I think that you can tell that just by reading through my answer!

Chana:

I’ve read 99 books so far this year. I’m very happy with the number itself, but in regards to my actual reading challenge I am forever behind. I’ve been having a lot of reading slumps lately, but what with the general state of the world right now, it is what it is! I have a bunch of books that I am looking forward to reading, so once I get back into the reading mood again, I know that some fantastic reads await me!

1. Best book youโ€™ve read so far in 2020

Malka:

This question was actually very difficult to answer because I’ve read so many amazing books that are all so different from one another. I think I’m picking Dear Edward because it was an unexpected, but super compelling story. I think it depicted the aftermath of a traumatic experience really well in such subtle ways and I really just enjoyed reading and learning more about what was happening in both the present and past timelines. I don’t know if I’d say this book was my favorite of the year, but it definitely was one of the best! (Other contenders for this title are mentioned for other prompts. Some weren’t mentioned because I’ve mentioned them in other posts and I didn’t want to get too repetitive!)

Chana:

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This book is absolutely beautiful inside and out! I love the writing so so much, and the plot was also so creative. The worldbuilding, the characters, the relationships!! I literally have no complaints about this book, and I highly recommend it to everyone!


2. Best sequel youโ€™ve read so far in 2020

Malka:

Honestly, if I hadn’t read any other sequels, this book would probably be a contender for best book of the year. If you’ve read my gushing review you’ll know all about just how much I love this book!

Chana:

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This book has caused me pain and it will definitely hurt you too, but it’s SO GOOD! It was such an incredible follow up to The Poppy War, the plot just kind of jumps off a cliff headfirst and even though you feel as though you splatted on the bottom at the end of it, you also know that you’re going to be hurt even more in the finale. Highly recommend.


3. New release you havenโ€™t read yet, but want to

Malka:

Honestly, I’m probably going to start reading this book today, that’s how excited I am for this book! I just got my copy a few weeks ago, but I was waiting to finish up some of the books that I had been in middle of reading before starting this one. Now that I’m no longer reading 10 books at once, I’m free to start this one with the knowledge that I can give it my undivided attention! (That is not strictly true because I’m in middle of a romance or two as well, but I’m pretty much always in middle of a romance in e-book form. The Black Flamingo will have my undivided attention in physical form.)

Chana:

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I’ve been looking forward to this book since Alice Oseman announced it! I love her books so there was no doubt that I was planning on reading this one. However, shipping from the UK to the US at this time takes forever so I am still eagerly awaiting my pre-order.


4. Most anticipated release for the second half of the year

Malka:

I would sell my soul for this book! I am so excited for it! (And the fact that I was rejected for it on NetGalley crushed me.) I have a very particular brand of romance that I tend to love, and this book sounds like it will have everything I love in a book! Can September 15th please get a move on it? (Or can my pre-order miraculously arrive 6 weeks early?) I will just say that you should not be fooled by this cover. I have heard Things TM about the steam level in this book, and I’m excited! But I also know that a lot of people were surprised by how smutty this got, so I figured I’d put out the disclaimer.

Chana:

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Am I supposed to only choose one??? I want to read all of these, and I want to read them now.

5. Biggest disappointment

Malka:

Ooopf, this book. You’ll be seeing it in my July wrap up because I read it this month, and then you’ll probably never see it again! This book was set to be an average read, but then it took a super ableist twist. I saw that twist coming from the very beginning, and hoped and prayed that it would somehow surprise me and not take that route, but it did. (And besides being ableist the twist ending literally made no sense given the buildup, but to say more would be a spoiler). So yes, this book disappointed me greatly.

Chana:

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I wrote a review about this book, but it was quite disappointing. I’m a big fan of comic book nerd culture, fanfiction, and TJ Klune, and though this book had all of those, it just didn’t manage to deliver for me.

6. Biggest surprise

Malka:

This book was surprising in several ways! The first surprise was how much I utterly adored this book. From the very beginning I just knew that it would be a 5 star read. It also has a lot of mystery elements to it, which I don’t tend to like, so the fact that I enjoyed finding out different pieces was also a nice surprise! I know I keep mentioning this book, but I really need more people to read it! It’s diverse, it covers a ton of important topics, it’s fun, and I highly recommend it! It surprised me with how much I loved it, and if you pick it up hopefully you’ll love it as well!

Chana:

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Pet really took me by surprise because I honestly wasn’t seeing so many people talk about it, so I had no idea what to expect. This book was really something else. While reading it I felt like I was reading a book that would be read in classrooms in the future just because of all the fantastic symbolism, writing, and the general message of the book. It’s also on the shorter side of books, so if you’re looking for a quick but meaningful read, I’d suggest Pet!


7. Favorite new author (debut or new to you)

Malka:

At first I really had no idea who I’d choose for this prompt. I’m very hesitant about calling authors favorites, and have really strict criteria for choosing to call them such. One of my rules is that I have to have loved more than one of their books. And as I just finished The Glass Hotel this past week, and I’ve already read Station Eleven and loved it, I am now willing to call Emily St. John Mandel a favorite author and look forward to all her upcoming releases. (Also, I know I’m cheating with this answer, since Emily is neither a debut or new to me, but just let me have this. I read this book this year. Emily wrote the book. Now she’s a favorite author. I say it counts, so it does!)

Chana:

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So when I choose a “favorite” author I have to have enjoyed almost every one of their books that I’ve read. So while I did read Wild and Crooked last year, I read the rest of Leah Thomas’s books this year and I really enjoyed all of them! I love how character-driven her books are, and I also love how creative her plots are. Every one of her books has something a little weird about it, and “contemporary but weird” is becoming one of my favorite genres.

8. Newest fictional crush

Malka:

I honestly adore Lucas Karlsson so very much! This book was so wonderful and had the most adorable romance, and so much of that was because of how fantastic and caring Lucas is. This book also has absolutely no miscommunication in it! Do you understand how rare that is in a romance?? To put things in perspective, for every 1,000 unicorns out there, there is ONE single romance without miscommunication. But I digress, the reason I love Lucas so much not only has to do with his great communication skills, it also has to do with how thoughtful and kind he is. The lengths he went to make the protagonist, Tess, happy was just so sweet! Since he’s my new standard for a book boyfriend, all the other romance books out there better be scared!

Chana:

Sksksks, I don’t really get fictional crushes? So this question is going to have to be blank for me.

9. Newest favorite character

Malka:

I think I’m going to go with Fitz from Time of Our Lives for this question. He was probably my favorite thing about the whole book. I love how much he enjoyed learning and sharing obscure words since I relate hard to anyone who geeks out about anything nerdy that no one else really cares about. I thought he was complex and fun, and since he made me enjoy the book so much, I decided that he’s one of my new favorite characters!

Chana:

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Avatar Kyoshi is just the coolest person ever! Her character arc is perfection, and I just love everything about her. The Shadow of Kyoshi came out yesterday and I can’t wait to read it so that I can experience more Kyoshi perfection ๐Ÿฅฐ

10. Book that made you cry

Malka:

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I haven’t cried from any of the books I read this year! Last year when I did this tag, I said it was because I’m a heartless monster, but in reality I think it’s because I enjoy reading happy books, which aren’t attempting to make me cry, but rather to make me smile!

Chana:

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I don’t cry when I read books, but if I did I would probably cry because of how bad this one was.

11. Book that made you happy

Malka:

Almost every book I mentioned in this tag that I’ve already read has made me happy. I’ve read some really great books this year! But I think that Lord of Scoundrels was just so much fun that I had to pick it, since it made me squeal with cuteness and happiness. It’s been several months since I read this book, and it’s still on my mind and still a book I’d recommend. In fact I recommended it to Nimika @ Wordhaven and she really enjoyed it as well! So read this book if you’re looking for something to make you smile! There are lots of shenanigans and good angst (yearning, not drama) and even though this is an older book, I’m so glad that I discovered it this year!

Chana:

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I don’t read very many happy books (pain and suffering is much more my brand), but You Should See Me in a Crown was a happy exception that I adored. Ugh, just looking at the cover makes me happy!!

12. Most beautiful book youโ€™ve bought so far this year (or received)

Malka:

I could have chosen a few books for this answer, but honestly this book is my absolute favorite! I love the bright orange, the illustrations, the flowers, the shadows. Just everything about this cover is perfection, and it makes me so happy to look at it!

Chana:

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The hardback of this book is so so pretty! I love looking at what’s under the cover of a book even if it’s the tiniest little extra detail it’s perfect, but this book goes above and beyond!

13. What books do you need to read by the end of the year?

Malka:


I couldn’t pick just one book for this when I’ve been steadily adding to my TBR for the past few months! I chose these three because I hope that by the end of the year I’ll have read at least 2/3 of the books pictured here!

I was really excited for Heidi’s Guide to Four Letter Words when I first got it, and in fact, I picked it up right away! But I wasn’t in the right mood for it when I tried reading it the first time, so now I’m waiting until the mood strikes to pick this one up to try again! As for Patron Saints of Nothing, that was recommended to me by two bloggers, Camillea @ Camillea Reads and Caitlin @ Caitlin Althea, so for that reason alone, I need to read this book ASAP! And I read the first few pages of The Opposite of Always a few months back and thought it was really good, but that was when I was busy with school and didn’t have the time to read longer, more hard-hitting books, which I could tell from the beginning, sums up this book!

Chana:

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These are all books that have been recommended to me, or that I’ve seen around the blogosphere and decided to recommend to myself! Unsurprisingly, they’re mostly fantasy, with a depressing contemporary added in for flavor! I did actually start The Never Tilting World like a month ago, but then I fell into a reading slump and didn’t continue, so one of my goals for this year would definitely be to finish reading it!

14. Favorite book community member

Read our Book Blogger Award nomination post to get a whole list of fantastic bloggers that we love! We can’t just choose one!

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What has been your favorite book this year? What book do you need to read before the end of 2020? Which book surprised you the most?

49 thoughts on “Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag: 2020 Edition

    1. The Ten Thousand Doors of January was so great! I was so excited to see that Alix E. Harrow was publishing another book, especially one with such an interesting sounding plot. I hope you enjoy You Should See Me in a Crown ๐Ÿ’•

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    1. !! Kyoshi is so so good! I loved how it added more to the ATLA universe, and I just loved Kyoshi as a character ๐Ÿฅฐ She goes through such fantastic development in the first book alone, I can’t wait to see what the second book brings!

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  1. Ah love all your answers!! Such a great list and selection you guys have!!

    I am SO PUMPED to read Clap, Felix, The Extraordinaries (so sad you didn’t like it though Chana) and also Opposite of Always!!

    Take A Hint Dani Brown was such a great time ahhh โค all the heart eyes oof

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    1. Thank you so much! We had a lot of fun answering these questions, so I’m glad you enjoyed!

      I also cannot wait to Read Opposite of Always and Felix Ever After! I’m probably going to read Felix Ever After in the next few weeks because I’ve just heard such great things about it and I’m so excited to finally pick it up now that I have a copy!

      And Take a Hint, Dani Brown was just amazing! I totally agree with you about all the heart eyes! ๐Ÿ˜

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  2. Your reading seems to be going so well this year :)) There are so many books I’m dying to read this year on this list like Loveless, You Should See Me In A Crown, the Poppy War series, Time Of Our Lives… I need to get reading! love this post โค

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    1. Aah, I definitely need updates for when you read The Poppy War! And my copy of Loveless actually just arrived yesterday and I am SO pumped to read it!! I hope the rest of your reading year goes well ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•

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  3. I always love reading this tag! Can’t wait for Addie La Rue as well!
    I hope you both have a great second half of the year!

    (www.evelynreads.com)

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    1. This tag is always a fun one to do! Same! I can’t believe it’s coming out in October, so close, yet so far ๐Ÿ˜… Thank you! I hope the second half of your year if fantastic as well!

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  4. That’s a lot of books you both have read! I’ve only managed like 20+ books so far and most of them are short books. Also, I’ve been having a lot of slumps this year too so that’s not helping at all.

    As for my most fav read this year that’d be With the Fire on High ๐Ÿ‹๐Ÿ๐Ÿฎ๐Ÿ”ฅ

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    1. Everyone reads at a different pace! I actually used to read way more books every year, but my reading pace has decreased in recent years. But I still use a lot of short books and graphic novels to boost my reading whenever possible! And having slumps is the worst! I really hope that those go away soon!

      I read With The Fire On High last year and really enjoyed it! I’m so glad to hear that i’s your favorite book so far this year!

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      1. You’re right. Everyone has their own pace in reading ๐Ÿ˜Š Short books and graphic novels are the best to boost your reading and achieve your Goodreads goal ๐Ÿ˜†

        I’m looking forward to read Acevedo’s other works!!

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    1. Ahh, yayyyy!! The Ten Thousand Doors is an absolute *must* read, and I hope you love it as much as I did when you read it!

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  5. Seems like a good reading year so far! I also really want to read Loveless and The Black Flamingo. I also recently read you should see me in a crown and it was really good!! I hope you continue to have a good reading year๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•

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  6. Ten Thousand Doors has such beautiful cover! I just started reading The Bone Shard Daughter but I have a feeling this is going to be an amazing book.

    Ooh The Glass Hotel sounds interesting. I can’t wait to hear what you think of Patron Saints, Malka! And, Chana, I hope you enjoy The Wolf Of Oren-Yaro! Have you seen the sequel cover? Isn’t it gorgeous?!

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    1. It is so pretty! I picked it up originally because of how pretty it was and I was super happy when I ended up enjoying it! Aaah, I’m so happy to hear that The Bone Shard Daughter is good. I can’t wait to read it ๐Ÿ˜„

      Omg, the sequel cover is so pretty!! I actually had The Wolf of Oren-Yaro on my TBR for a while, and then I saw that the sequel is coming out soon, so I know that I have to get to reading it soon ๐Ÿ˜‚

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  7. ok, seeing that the ten thousand doors of january is chanaโ€™s favorite book of the year, i really have to read it now ๐Ÿ‘ ahh, iโ€™m so happy that malka is picking up PSON bc of my recommendation ๐Ÿฅบ๐Ÿฅบ i really think that itโ€™s a worthwhile read thatโ€™s easy to get through but also explores important topics!!

    ahhh, be ready for pain when it comes to the sword of kaigen >:) also, i canโ€™t wait to hear what you think about the wolf of oren-yaro, because it doesnโ€™t sound very up my alley, but iโ€™ve heard good things & i want to support more filipino authors!!

    i hope you two have an amazing rest of the reading year ๐Ÿฅบ๐Ÿฅบ you guys will crush your reading challenges i believe it!!

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    1. Aaah, I hope you enjoy it!! But even if you don’t I will be here to listen to your criticisms of it ๐Ÿ˜‚โค Oh yes my favorite thing is PAIN, I can’t wait!! And honestly, the series title of The Wolf of Oren-Yaro is definitely what convinced me to add it to my TBR, I mean “chronicles of the bitch queen”, how can I say no??

      Thank you, Caitlin! I hope the second half of your reading year goes great too (with many highly rated reads!) ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•

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  8. My reading in recent months has been basically nonexistent? Especially this summer, when I was hoping for the opposite, lol. So I completely understand the struggle with reading slumps or just not spending much reading time! Here’s to a better half of the year, yes? ๐Ÿค—๐Ÿ˜

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    1. Same!! I thought that my reading would THRIVE in the summer but unfortunately, that is not the case ๐Ÿ˜ช But it’s ok! We have 5 months to catch up on our challenges and get all the reading we want done ๐Ÿ‘Š๐Ÿป๐Ÿ˜ค

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  9. So many things to say! Get A Life, Chloe Brown, The Black Flamingo and You Should Me in a Crown are definitely on my TBR! Clap When You Land and Felix Ever After have beautiful covers! My favorite book of 2020 is definitely The Cruel Prince, I loved it SOOO much! Great post!

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    1. Oh yay! I’m so glad to hear that there are so many great books on your TBR! I’m actually in middle of reading The Black Flamingo right now, and it’s just so good! I really hope you enjoy it as much as I am when you get to it!

      And Felix Ever After is so beautiful! I cannot wait to read it because I’ve heard that the story is just as beautiful as the cover!

      I’m so happy to hear that you loved The Cruel Prince! I’ve heard such amazing things about that series, but I actually haven’t read it! ๐Ÿ™ˆ

      Thank you! ๐Ÿ’•

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      1. Yes! I canโ€™t wait to pick them up! There are some mixed reviews about The Cruel Prince but I personally LOVED it! Youโ€™re welcome, thanks for taking the time to answer!

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  10. i’ve been wanting to read the poppy war for so long after hearing only the best things about it, i really hope to pick it up soon! ๐Ÿฅบ also ahhh i am so excited to read the black flamingo and loveless as well! you should see me in a crown is the ultimate heartwarming book, honestly, and i love how it tackled so many important themes as well!! omg you’re so right, just looking at the cover makes me happy too ๐Ÿ˜Œ and the cover of felix ever after is just stunning ๐Ÿ˜ญ

    i hope you both have an amazing rest of your reading year, i can tell you’re going to do so well with your reading goals!! ๐Ÿฅฐ

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    1. !!! I hope you enjoy The Poppy War when you pick it up! It is very painful but very good! I just read Loveless yesterday and I really enjoyed it ๐Ÿฅฐ Yess, both the covers of You Should See Me in a Crown and Felix Ever After are just so beautiful ๐Ÿฅบ๐Ÿ˜

      Thank you, Ash!! I hope the rest of your reading year goes fantastic as well!! ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•

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  11. Malka, I’m still so happy you loved Take a Hint, Dani Brown – that book is so entertaining and reading it put me in such an incredible mood. ๐Ÿฅฐ I’m super-excited for The Roommate, so I hope we’ll both love it (though that cover makes me weep.. it’s just so.. ugly. ๐Ÿ˜ญ) And I have to agree – Felix Ever After has such a gorgeous cover, I love it so much. ๐Ÿ˜

    Chana, I’m glad to see you mention The Dragon Republic, because it’s yet another reminder that I need to get to The Poppy War! I’m so excited for this series, and I hope I’ll love it as much as everyone else has. Loveless is incredible!! I expected greatness, and even so, it exceeded my expectations. The friendships in it were literal perfection. ๐Ÿฅฐ You Should See Me in a Crown was so soft and fluffy. ๐Ÿฅบ

    Great post! I hope the rest of the year will bring lots of great reads for the both of you. ๐Ÿ’• And best of luck on your reading challenge! ๐Ÿ’•

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    1. Yes! That book made me so very happy and I’m so glad to hear that it did the same for you! And although I totally agree that The Roommate’s cover is a crime, I just want that book in my hands already! It sounds like perfection, and I’ve only heard great things about it! As for Felix Ever After, that cover is absolutely amazing! And it’s working in the book’s favor because now I can’t wait to read it!

      Thank you so much! ๐Ÿ’— So far the second half of the year is shaping up to be pretty great, so I just hope that continues!

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  12. Ten thousand doors of january is on my tbr and i’m so excited to read it, i’ve heard amazing things about it all around. I can’t wait to get a copy! I also really want to get to Loveless sometimes soon, I love Alice’s work so much.
    YAY wild and crooked! this book deserves a little more hype for sure, it is a little gem and I loved it so much as well โค
    FITZ is one of my favorite characters, for sure. I could relate to him in so many ways and would protect him from everything โค
    Loved your answers for this! I hope your second half of the year will be great ๐Ÿ’—

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    1. Yes! Wild and Crooked is so underrated! It’s so fantastic and I really hope that more people read it and see how wonderful it is!

      Fitz is so sweet and adorable. I just loved reading from his perspective, and I definitely related to him as well!

      Thank you! I hope you have a wonderful second half of the year as well!

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  13. Hello Chana and Malka!
    I’m so happy that you guys did this post, and I enjoyed reading your answers!
    Get a Life, Chloe Brown is on my TBR and I’m really excited to read it. I take it as a good sign that you enjoyed the sequel too.

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  14. Oooh Iโ€™ve got to read Loveless soon too, Chana! Iโ€™ve got a hold on it on Libby but Iโ€™ve had to extend it because Iโ€™ve been reading my other books so slowly ๐Ÿ˜ Hopefully we both enjoy it!
    I love both your answers to the โ€œBook That Made You Cryโ€ question :โ€™)
    Loved reading your answers to this tag ๐Ÿ˜€

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    1. I know the feeling of extending holds on Libby well ๐Ÿ˜‚ I’ve had so many books that I’ve waited for for ages, and then when I get them I don’t even have time to read them ๐Ÿ˜“ I can’t wait to hear what you think of Loveless!! I read it this week and I really really enjoyed it ๐Ÿ˜

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  15. ok but,,, chana. HOW DOES ONE READ 99 BOOKS IN 6 MONTHS PLS TELL. i remember malka saying she used to finish 50 books in one month AND I JUST WANT TO KNOW,,, HOW. y’all are such icons, i could never.

    (btw i’m eating buttered toast as i read your posts, and it’s the best experience ever)

    i love how chana went, “the pain this book caused is equivalent to falling off a cliff, read it” b/c same??? i’m just 40% through tpw rn and i feel legit SCARED to continue. i keep waiting for the other shoe to drop, it’s amazing.

    i’m glad u liked ๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿฆฉ, malks. that cover is a Sight. absolutely stunning. the way it’s gonna attract ALL the nerds on that shelf.

    loveless! i’m pretty sure it’s entirely me but i started loveless the day it came out and i’m still,,, not done with it?? idk i feel ANXIOUS reading it like i know a lot of conflicts are going to be coming up and i’m not ready for it. it’s really weird and i’m reading 10% between every two books like a coward, it’s fantastic.

    at this point, i’m not even going to comment on the roommate. it’s absolutely rude that i have to wait till september. i am so ready for all the steamy content. ALSO, even tho i’m not a big fan of the pink background thing that’s happening on the cover, i absolutely LOVE the couch figures??? there’s something different about the graphics but they vibe well for me. again!! so excited!!

    i haven’t read any leah thomas but somehow know exactly what “contemporary but weird” means and same. top tier genre. lord of scoundrels!!! absolute masterpiece!! i’m so glad i read it, forever grateful. i am in love with jessica and that’s on taste, full stop.

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    1. sksks to be honest I don’t even know how I manage to read that much ๐Ÿ˜“ And I still feel like I’ve read nothing because I forget like half the books I read right after I finish them ๐Ÿ˜‚

      YESSS. I am so happy you’re reading TPW, and though it’s terribly mean of me, I cannot wait until you experience the pain ๐Ÿ˜Š Don’t worry though, there is a large community of TPW sufferers out there for you to join once you’re done.

      I get what you’re saying about Loveless! High key very stressful things. I feel like most of Alice Oseman’s books are like that, kinda like rolling a ball down the hill, where the plot gains momentum with stressfulness, and at the end you’re just rattling full speed ahead ๐Ÿ˜ฅ But it ends nice, I promise!

      Contemporary but weird is a top tier genre, and no one can change my mind about that ๐Ÿ˜Œ

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