Hello! Hello! Hello!

I am taking part in the Bookending Spring event this year.  There are lots of fun blog prompts and I am so happy to be participating in this one.  This prompt was created by Isabelle @ Nine Tale Vixen. Be sure to go check her blog out.

I love scavenger hunts and I am so happy that Isabelle decide to do one Easter Style. You can check out her post for this HERE

The Riddle

To kick off your quest, please go and find
A special book that makes your heart
Skip a beat — A book to (re)read soon,
A book you could read all afternoon.
Got one in mind? Good, let’s start!

The Clues

  1. Start with a book which could match the riddle above.
  2. Find a book whose cover is the same colour as #4.
    Bonus: Take a photo of the two together.
  3. Find a book with about the same average Goodreads rating as #2.
  4. Find a book that uses the same/a similar trope to #3.
    (If you haven’t read them both, you can guess from the synopses.)
  5. Find a book with about the same number of pages as #4.
  6. Find a book that was published in the same month as #1.
    Bonus: Find one published in the same month of the same year.
  7. Find a book whose title starts with the last letter of #6’s title.  (Ignore “The” and “A” if you so choose.)
  8. Find a book with a character who shares a name with a protagonist or author of #7.
  9. Bonus Round: Pull a random book from your collection (digital or physical) and find at least one similarity it has to #8.
  1. Red, White and Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston
    ◊ I love this book so much. I can’t wait to reread it.
  2. Warcross by Marie Lu
    ◊ Overall white cover
  3. Carry On by Rainbow Rowell
    ◊ Around 4.2 stars
  4. The Cruel Prince by Holly Black
    ◊ Enemies to lover trope
  5. The Lady Rogue by Jenn Bennett
    ◊ Around 370 pages
  6. Aurora Rising by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
    ◊ Published May 2019
  7. The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee
    ◊ Starts with a G
  8. Percy Jackson: The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan
    ◊ Main character named Percy
  9. The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller
    ◊ Greek Myth

Wow! this was a lot harder than I thought it would be but I got there.

Let’s chat!

What do you think? What would your choices be? Leave me a comment.



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