Thanks so much Leslie @ Books are the New Black for the tag! Leslie is one of my favorite bloggers. She reviews and reads so many fantastic books, and her blog is fantastic! If you haven’t been over to her blog, you should totally go and check it out! 🙂
Rules of the Mango Book Tag
- Please tag a few friends to spread the mango love.
- Please mention the inspiration behind this tag, The Tiger at Midnight series by Swati Teerdhala, in your post
- Please link back to this original post @ Dini’s blog Novels and Nebulas so that she can read your wonderful answers.
Raw Mango: Your Most Anticipated Release
I’ve wanted to read Between Savage Tides from the moment I finished Beneath Cruel Fathoms.
Anela Deen is a new-to-me author that I absolutely adore, and the romance in Beneath Cruel Fathoms is positively swoon-worthy. I can’t wait to continue the series!
Banganapalli: Longest Book on your TBR
The Priory of the Orange Tree is 848 pages. I’ve heard nothing but fantastic things about this book, and I still need to read it!!
Alphonso: A Hyped Book You Love
I feel like people either love or hate Sarah J. Mass. I love her! A Court of Thorns and Roses is a super hyped book that I loved.
Totapuri: A Book with a Green or Yellow Cover
How about a cover with yellow and green? lol
The Forest Tales Series is so good, and this cover for The Jabberwocky Princess is everything!! This is the perfect book for readers who enjoy YA fantasy!
Neelam: A Rainy Day Book Recommendation
I chose Girl, Serpent, Thorn because not only is it a standalone, it’s also a great story. I loved the characters, the writing, and the amazing fantasy elements. If you like YA fantasy, this is definitely worth a read!
Mango Pickle: A Book that makes you feel Nostalgic
My youngest daughter loved Mother Bruce when she was little. She would beg me to read it to her every night before bed. I miss those days!
Mango Kulfi: A Feel Good Book Recommendation
Accidentally in Love is a cute and heart-warming rom-com and one of my more recent reads. I thought it was charming.
Christina @ The Bookshelf Corner
Louise @ Life in the Book Lane
You!! 🙂 I’d love to see your choices!
Thanks again for the tag, Leslie. This was so much fun!
20 thoughts on “The Mango Book Tag”
If you want to keep hearing fantastic things about The Priory of the Orange Tree … do not hunt down my review of it 😂
Well…now I have to!! 🙂
I listened to the audio book and the narrator was far from brilliant. But I feel I’d have liked it as lite of I read it, too.
Such a fun tag this one is! Thanks for sharing, and I had fun reading your answers~
I’m so glad! Thanks for stopping by! 🙂
Lovely tag! A Court of Thorns and Roses is on my TBR and I just can’t wait to read it!
Nice! I hope you love it! 🙂
I’m going to read Accidentally in Love this month. Great answers!
Thanks! I hope you enjoy the book! 🙂
I am definitely with you and your love for Sarah J. Maas!! I need to read Accidentally in Love. Fun post!
Thanks! I hope you enjoy Accidentally in Love when you get to it.
Some of those look difficult
Some were tough, but fun! 🙂
I almost feel as if multiple books can work for each of them
I love ACOTAR so much and I think that it totally deserves the hype. I have Girl, Serpent, Thorn on hold at the library, and now I’m even more excited to read it! Fab post! 😀
Thanks so much! I hope you enjoy Gril, Serpent, Thorn. I’ll keep an eye out for your thoughts. 🙂
I also love ACOTAR! I really love the cover of Between Savage Tides. I really need to read Girl Serpent Thorn! I’ve read so so many positive reviews
I’m loving that cover too! And the first book in the series, Between Cruel Fathoms, is AMAZING!! Can’t wait to read Between Savage Ties! Girl, Serpent, Thorn is really good too! I hope you get to read it soon. 🙂