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Let It Snow Book Tag

Hello Readers, Welcome to Blogmas Day Four!

This tag was created by Paperbacks & Planners over on booktube.

Here are my answers!

1. The Weather Outside is Frightful: Book with a Snowy Setting

The Lion, The Witch, And the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis

I always think of this book when I want to read something snowy.
It might be a curse placed on Narnia by the white witch, but there’s something so cosy and beautiful about Narnia in the snow.

2. But the Fire is So Delightful: A Book That Warmed Your Heart

The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgsen Burnett

This book holds so many childhood memories that it will always be special.
But the story is such a comforting, heartwarming tale of a lonely girl who learns and grows so much (figuratively and literally) throughout the story.

3. Since There’s No Place to Go: Place You Wish You Could Visit

The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern

The library Zachery happens across sounds like the perfect place for me.
The library is already my favourite place but one that’s filled with ancient stories just waiting to be discovered sounds lik an absolute dream.

4. It Doesn’t Show Signs of Stopping: Series You’re Still In The Middle Of

Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson

I read the first three books in this trilogy it feels like years ago now.
I felt I finished it, but then Sanderson does what he does best, he just kept on writing.
So now I’m quite a few books behind. But I’m hoping 2023 will be the year I get to a lot of fantasy!

5. Brought Some Corn for Popping: Book You Devoured

A Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J. Maas

I’ve found all of the book I’ve read by Maas quite addictive, but this was something else.
I have never been so invested in a romance before.
I can’t wait to see what she does next!



6. The Lights are Turned Down Low: Kept You Up All Night

In My Dreams I Hold A Knife by Ashley Winstead

Most recently, it was this book. It kept me on the edge of my bed, absolutely enthralled, guessing until the very end.
It’s one of those books where it keeps the tension and the reveals until the very final page. You simply can’t put it down to go to sleep!


7. Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let it Snow: Winter Recommendation!

A Little Princess by Frances Hodgsen Burnett

This book is so cosy and wintry, and just perfect if you want something to read over the festive season, but aren’t really a fan of ‘Christmas books’.
Sara is a shining example of a little girl who loves to tell stories and look after her doll. She goes through a lot in this book but never loses her hope.

Thanks For Reading,
Jess X

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