TAG #37: The Book Aesthetic Tag

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Hello guys !

I’m back today with a tag that I’m ridiculously excited about. IT INVOLVES AESTHETICS !!!! And if you know anything about me, you know I’m way way too obsessed with them, I even have an Instagram account dedicated to them (here). Anyway, this brilliant tag was created by Michelle @ The Writing Hufflepuff and I was tagged by her as well. THANK YOUUU ❤

The Rules:

  • Thank whoever nominated you (maybe you’re bitter that you have ANOTHER tag to do on top of the billions you already need to do (#relatable), still though. Someone thought of you. Be thankful. At least pretend to be.
  • Credit the creator of this tag
  • There’s no limit of how many aesthetics you can make for a question, but think of your poor readers.
  • Make your OWN aesthetics, please don’t steal them from someone else. Also what’s the fun in that?

Book cover = Goodreads page

Favourite book of the year

I obviously couldn’t settle on only one book for this so I chose 3. One on each genre. So, the best fantasy book I read so far this year is hands down The City of Brass by S. A. Chakraborty, it is so brilliantly thought out, the world building is very well crafted and the political intrigue fascinating.

TCOB

Next is science-fiction and for this one it’s a no brainer, I chose Warcross by Marie Lu because I LOVE IT AND NEED TO SCREAM ABOUT IT. The world is so easy to get into and understand, it’s action packed, the characters are all amazing and easily lovable and THAT ENDING.

Warcross

Last but not least is Contemporary, can you guess what book I chose? It’s How to Make a Wish by Ashley Herring Blake. I adore this book more than words can express it’s just so real and heartbreaking but at the same time hopeful. Just read it okay? My words don’t do it justice.

HTMAW

Character you relate to a lot

First off, again, is an obvious one I scream about to whomever isn’t sick already of me talking about her. It’s Inej from Six of Crows. I relate to some of the experiences she went through and how those expériences shaped her and for that I’ll cherish her forever.

Inej

Then there’s Lily from The Paths We Choose to whom I relate personality wise. I am so much like her that it felt like the author had me in mind when writing her haha. She’s grumpy and sarcastic but very caring. She’s also the mom friend of the group which I… obviously am too.

Lily

A character you look up to

Mina from When Michael Met Mina is the first one that came to mind because she is so strong, she speaks her mind and stands up for herself, her people and what’s right. I honestly admired her honesty and her courage so much.

Mina

An underrated gem

I have two books for this one. First up is Under a Painted Sky by Stacey Lee, which, even though I didn’t give it a whole 5 stars, I still consider one of my favorite books of all times. Weird I know. But the story is just so deeply touching, it just sneaked its way to my heart and I haven’t been able to stop thinking about it since I read it.

UAPS

The second is Girl Out of Water by Laura Silverman. This is such a cute and real coming of age story, I couldn’t help but love it and feel like more teenagers should read because the struggles Anise (the MC) goes through might be relatable to a lot of them. Plus, it’s very summery and the love interest is ADORABLE.

GOOW

A character that deserves more love

Zahra from The Forbidden Wish is one of my all time favorite female characters, if not THE favorite. She’s so strong and kickass but still extremely flawed and down to earth. She’s equally scary and loveable. I just need everyone to read this book and meet her and fall in love with her like I did. She is amazing.

Zahra

An underrated OTP

Jess & Abby from Not Your Sidekick which I just finished a few days ago and I’m surprised more people aren’t talking about this book because it’s awesome. Plus the girls are adorable and Jess’ crush on Abby, coupled with her cluelessness made me equally laugh and melt. They’re just super cute, okay?

J&A

I don’t really know which people into making aesthetics but if you are, CONSIDER YOURSELF TAGGED.


That’s it until next time.

Hope you enjoyed, write to you soon.

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26 thoughts on “TAG #37: The Book Aesthetic Tag

  1. Great picks for this tag Fadwa, and brilliant aesthetics as well! 😀
    So many of these books are still on my TBR list; City of Brass, The Forbidden Kiss, Warcross, and seeing your aesthetics has only made me want to get around to them even sooner. Actually I’m going to be starting City of Brass next and my hopes are a little big higher seeing you not only rate is as your favourite fantasy book of the year but seeing your aesthetic for it. 🙂
    Again great picks and great aesthetics. 🙂 ❤

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  2. Your aesthetics are so pretty and you made me very curious about some books! Especially The Forbidden Wish since I was really interested in this one (because of the premise) when it first came out, but I’m not sure why I haven’t read it yet… Your description of the heroine makes me want to pick it up very much though!

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  3. Absolutely love these Fadwa!! I couldn’t help gawking at your aesthetics because they are so pretty!!
    I recently got into making aesthetics (like, yesterday haha) and it’s super addictive! I will be posting this tag today afternoon too 🙂

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  4. FADWA THESE AESTHETICS ARE ALL SO PRETTY I LOVE THEM 😭😭 They really make want to read all of these that I haven’t read yet even more than I already did ahhh (which is all of them except Six of Crows)

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