Wednesday 19 March 2014

The Chocolate Book Tag

I was tagged in this great book tag by the lovely Laura from She Loves To Read.

This tag is about matching different types of chocolate with some of the books you have read.

Here we go...

1. Dark Chocolate: A book that covers a dark topic:

Unravelling Oliver is the perfect book for this. It is a dark psychological thriller, where the truth gradually puts itself together like a puzzle.

2. White chocolate: your favourite light hearted/humorous read

A Beginner's Guide to Salad is a really fun read. It had me laughing out loud. Even though it has a sad undertone, overall it is really light hearted and fun to read.

3. Milk chocolate: a book that has a lot of hype that you're dying to read.

I am absolutely dying to read Fangirl! Not only does the story sound great, the cover is gorgeous! It is also because of the hype for this book that I bought Eleanor and Park and I am loving it, so have high hopes for Fangirl.

4. Chocolate with a caramel centre: a book that made you feel all gooey in the middle while you were reading it.

OK so technically I'm not even half way through this book, but I am loving it! It really is making me feel all gooey and happy. Hopefully it will continue that way.

5. Wafer free kit kat: name a book that has surprised you lately. 

Wake is based a short time after world war one, and I was unsure what to expect from it, but what I got was a beautiful, incredibly poignant tale of three women dealing with the after effects of the war.

6. Snickers: a book that you are going nuts about.

OK, so this is technically three books, but the third book in the trilogy was amazing and you obviously have to read the first two to make Shattered make sense. This is definitely the best series I have read in ages and it's SO good. You will never be able to guess what happens.

7. Hot chocolate with cream and marshmallows: a book that you would turn to for a comfort read.

I really love this heartwarming story. It's just happy and it really makes you feel good whilst reading it. Definitely my comfort read.

8. Box of chocolates: what series have you read that you feel has a wide variety and something for everyone?

The Harry Potter series definitely! It's for children, teens and adults with fantasy, magic, love, good and evil. Definitely something for everyone :)

I am now tagging the following people and sorry if you have already been tagged!


  1. Oh wow! This is a really unique tag Laura! Thanks for sharing your selections! Great choices! :D

    ~ Zoe @ The Infinite To-Read Shelf

  2. Chocolate, yum! :-) I loved both Eleanor & Park and Fangirl, how about you? Have you heard of Carry On?