Happy World Book Day! Tag

Today, we celebrate World Book Day. I know we love books and don’t need a special day to celebrate them but we will. This is so great and today I want to share with you some of the books that make me love books.

I encourage you to join in the fun!

  • Link back to this post in your post.
  • List 5-10 of your favorite books with a short description or just a couple sentences with the reason you love it.
  • Make sure to leave a message below after you post so that others can find you.
  • Tag someone else.

The Gilded Cage by Vic James

This is a dystopian trilogy where there are magical humans who are like royalty and then there are normal people without powers that have to serve as slaves. You can choose to serve your time when you’re young or after you are older but there is most don’t make it out alive. This follows one family as they choose to do this together. This was such a good book. I have read the first 2 books but I still need to get around to book 3.

Mistress of the Revolution

This is an historical fiction about a impoverished noble woman and what she did to get by in the French Revolution. I loved it so much. I couldn’t put it down.

Into the Wilderness

This is an historical fiction where Elizabeth sets out in 1792 from England to the rough country of New York and meets Nathanial. She goes to teach but there is much to overcome. This is a very captivating story if you enjoy the tales of the hard life people had back then.


History/ Memoir / Graphic Novel all in one.Marjane Satrapi’s Memoir of the Islamic Revolution.

A Thousand Splendid Suns

This made me cry so much. I was saddened by the hardship of these two women. This is set in Afghanistan. If you haven’t read this you should.

The Time Keeper

This one will make you appreciate the time you have. I loved this. This is one of those books that make you think about life.

Behind Closed Doors

This is a twisted thriller that was so messed up but oh so good. There’s not much else to say.

Sarah’s Keys

Another historical fiction, this one about Nazi Germany. This one may me cry but it was so good.

The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue

I loved this! The idea that no one can remember you was great!

A Pocket for Corduroy

This was one of my childhood favorites.

I tag Readerandom, Ashmita and anyone else who may wish to join in.

Amazon is offering 10 free books to help you celebrate World Book Day.

I hope you found some new reads. I would love to chat with you in the comments about what you liked or didn’t from my list and I can’t wait to read your posts.

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