I saw Isha @ Paperback Tomes do this and I simply couldn’t pass on the opportunity to talk about two of my favourite things: books and haikyuu! She based this tag on Midnight Reader‘s video, and changed some questions. I’m going to be following Isha’s final version. I also had lots of fun making all the headers (although I’m not great at it). So, without further ago, here is the haikyuu!! tag.
Spellbook of the Lost and Found by Moïra Fowley-Doyle. A story about magic with a super interesting and diverse cast should definitely get more attention. The dual timeline makes this extra enjoyable in my opinion as you’re learning the present and past of this spellbook at the same time.
Doll Bones by Holly Black. I have to confess that I don’t read much middle-grade literature, and even less standalones, so this was easy because I didn’t have much to choose from. I did enjoy this back when I read it (in 2014, wow) but I also remember being creeped out by this story.
Levi and Jac from Ace of Shades by Amanda Foody. I truly enjoyed their friendship and how vulnerable they were with each other, and their interactions ended up being some of my favourite scenes. This series overall was really good and I wish more people would read it and find out about this fascinating world and its brilliant characters.
For this prompt I’m choosing People Kill People by Ellen Hopkins. The whole premise of it is that we follow a group of people and we know one of them dies at the end and one of them pulls the trigger, so the story wouldn’t work without the multiple POVs. This was a very gripping read that I didn’t expect to enjoy as much as I did.
Here I’m going with a new favourite: Perfect on Paper by Sophie Gonzales. Prior to reading this I saw it everywhere, and everyone seemed to love it, but that hype was well-deserved. I was completely enamoured with this (you can read my review here) and I have a feeling I’m going to be recommending this for a long time.
How We Fall Apart by Katie Zhao, which I’m currently reading. I cannot say much about this yet because I’m in the middle of reading it, but I’m truly enjoying it so far. I was first pulled in by the cover and the promise of a dark academia and so far I’m not being let down.
The only sequel I’ve read this year was Act Your Age, Eve Brown, so I’m going with The Brown Sisters by Talia Hibbert trilogy. This is an amazing feel-good romance trilogy that deals with some heavy topics in a beautiful way, and I have a feeling it’s a story that would interest even those who are not romance readers.
I simply cannot remember any cat besides the ones in the Shadowhunter books, so I’m going with The Red Scrolls of Magic by Cassandra Clare and Wesley Chu. I cannot remember if Chairman Meow actually makes an appearance here, but since he’s Magnus’ cat I’m assuming he does.
Found family is my favourite trope and Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo did it right. The crows are such different people, but they work extremely well together. Seeing them grow has been fantastic both times that I’ve read the books.
- Birdie @ Birdie’s Booktopia
- Susana @ Susana Loves Books
- Ellyn @ Allonsythornraxx
- Alix @ Alix Reads Books
- Ali @ In the Lost and Found
You don’t have to do it if you don’t want to but I’d love to read your answers and hopefully spread the love for this great anime.
Have you ever watched Haikyuu!!? If you have do share your favourites, I’d love to talk about it.