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  1. Alice Myles says

    You’ve read so many wonderful titles! I keep meaning to pick up 100 years of solitude and this has inspired me to give it a go! I’ve just finished Daisy Jones and the Six which I loved and now I’m worried nothing else I read will live up to it!

    • eviejayne says

      One Hundred Years of Solitude is unlike anything I have ever read, you should love it! Oo I listened to Daisy Jones on audiobook and really enjoyed it. You should read The 7 Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by the same author! x

  2. Chloe says

    So many amazing books! I’ve taken part in this tag too. The Starless Sea is so pretty and I loved reading it. It’s probably my favourite for the year so far! I’d really like to read some of Toni Morrison’s work soon as I’ve heard she is an amazing writer and her work is phenomenal.

  3. Jenny in Neverland says

    Absolutely can’t believe it’s July. It’s mad. Where on EARTH has it all gone? Some amazing books here – all the book covers are so gorgeous too! I’d love to do this tag!

  4. clairelomax2018 says

    What a lovely tag, I have only recently fallen back in love with reading so book blogs are fast becoming my favourite ones to read. I will definitely be checking some of these out this year x

  5. Audrey says

    Buddy reading One Hundred Years of Solitude was a reading highlight for me this year, and I definitely needed the support to get through such a daunting book! So worth it <3 // I seriously need to get on with reading Pachinko! I don't know what I'm waiting for. Maybe to thrift a cheap copy 😛 // I also need to get on with Over the Top haha. It's been on my TBR since last year! // I think my favourite question of this tag is The Most Beautiful Books You've Bought omggg -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey’s

  6. Melissa Kacar says

    I’ve been meaning to read The Age of Innocence for so long, but haven’t had the chance to yet! I’m definitely gonna take the time to read it this month, it sounds like such a great book! I also had no idea Hank Green was an author now, I’ll have to check that out too! Thanks for sharing, I loved reading this post! 🙂

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    • eviejayne says

      The Age of Innocence is such a beautifully written book, I need to read more of Edith Wharton’s work! And yes! His debut was so bizarre, but so much fun! Thank you x

  7. Macey @ Brine and Books says

    This tag has been so fun to read from various different people across the book blogosphere! YES, MR KNIGHTLEY, LOML!!!!! I thought he had a sure lead over Mr. Darcy after reading Emma, and then watching this year’s film adaptation, but after watching P&P FIVE TIMES in the space of two days, I think it’s officially a tie for me at this point :’)

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