Today is Thursday, making it the perfect day to do a book tag! I was tagged a while back by Jenny at Jen Jen Reviews to do the Europe Traveller Book Tag, and I’m finally getting around to doing it! I tried to investigate who created this tag, but I hit a broken link along the way, and I could not backtrack far enough to find its creator.
France – Your Favourite Love Story
This question isn’t fair. I love love stories, and being forced to pick a favourite is very difficult. If I have to pick one love story for this question, I’ll go with Well Met by Jen DeLuca because I still really like the idea of being swept off my feet by a sexy pirate at a renaissance faire.
You can purchase a copy of Well Met from Amazon* here.
Spain – A Colourful Cover
My shelves are full of colourful covers, but one cover that stands out to me is Dial A for Aunties by Jesse Q. Sutanto because it is so bright.
You can purchase a copy of Dial A for Aunties from Amazon* here.
Italy – A Book Taking Place in Summer
The first book that came to mind for this question is Love & Gelato by Jenna Evans Welch, which is fitting because it also takes place in Italy. Love & Gelato is such a fun, summery read and every time I think about it, I want to hop on a plane and travel to Italy.
You can purchase a copy of Love & Gelato from Amazon* here.
Greece – A Book with Mythology
I’m not very familiar with mythology, but I recently read Lore Olympus by Rachel Smythe. This graphic novel/webcomic follows Hades and Persephone. I really enjoyed the artwork in this graphic novel, though I feel like I need to do some reading on Greek Mythology before I can fully understand the story.
You can purchase a copy of Lore Olympus from Amazon* here.
Belgium – A Book with Politics
One of my favourite books, The Best Laid Plans by Terry Fallis, is full of politics, and it is so much fun. This book is full of wonderful and memorable characters, and if you’re familiar with Canadian politics, it will make you laugh out loud.
You can purchase a copy of The Best Laid Plans from Amazon* here.
Ireland – A Book with a Strong Friendship Group
I think the group of friends in the Truly Devious series by Maureen Johnson are friendship goals. I love Stevie Bell and her friends so much, and they are my go-to answer anytime someone asks me about friendship groups or #SquadGoals.
You can purchase a copy of Truly Devious from Amazon* here.
The Netherlands – Flowers on the Cover
The most recent book that I can think of that I read with flowers on the cover is The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner. This wasn’t my favourite book, but the cover is gorgeous, and I think it looks fantastic on my shelves.
You can purchase a copy of The Lost Apothecary from Amazon* here.
Germany – A Book Taking Place at Christmas
Christmas books are something that I like in theory, but I rarely get to because the holiday season tends to fly by. The last Christmasy book that I read was In a Holidaze by Christina Lauren, a cute, Groundhog Day-inspired, Christmasy romance.
You can purchase a copy of In a Holidaze from Amazon* here.
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