Today I'm doing the book cake tag. You can watch the original video here. I wasn't tagged by anyone I just thought it would be fun to do.
Self-raising flour: a book that started slow then picked up
Heartless by Marissa Meyer. This book has gotten lots of hate but I love it. I thought the ending was so intense my heart was pounding. I really don't understand why so many people dislike this book.
Butter: a book with a really rich, intense plot
Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson is my pick for this one
Eggs: a book you had reservations about but actually really enjoyed
13 reasons why and I was super apprehensive going into it but actually I thought it was amazing and really got the message across that it was trying to. I have a huge review/gush about it on my goodreads if any of you want to see my more in depth thoughts about the book.
Sugar: a sweet book
A Little Something Different by Sandy Hall is a love story told from about 14 different perspectives. I thought the main couple was really cute and I loved seeing what everyone around them thought of their relationship. It's not a book I've heard anyone talk about but definitely a book you should pick up.
Icing: a book that included all the things you enjoy in a book
Neverland by Shari Arnold was one of my favourite books of 2015 and I still regularly think about it. It was magical and whimsical with an adorable romance plus it was a peter pan retelling which I always love. The book never really got popular which is such a shame because it is gorgeous and worth a read whether you like peter pan or not
Cherry on top: your favourite book of the year
Goodbye Days by Jeff Zentner. This book was so good it covered such a wide variety of issues and dealt with them all phenomenally. Also it was very beautifully written