I feel like it has been ages since I last did a book tag. I love doing them so thought why not give another one I go. So, I thought ‘The Last Book I…’ tag which I found on bookforager would be a perfect one to try. Here it is!
Last Book I Bought
I bought myself a copy of Before the Coffee Gets Cold by Toshikazu Kawaguchi about a week ago and read it in a day. It is an excellent book and I’ll be sure to pick up the next in the series.
Last Book I Borrowed
I borrowed The Mysterious Case of the Alperton Angels by Janice Hallett from the library about a week ago too. I read it immediately and it was extraordinary. I’m looking forward to reading more books by Janice Hallett in the future.
Last Book I Was Gifted
The lovely publishers Rock the Boat sent me a copy of HappyHead by Josh Silver. I’m looking forward to reading this one very soon and sharing my thoughts.
Last Book I Gave to Someone Else
I gave my Mum a copy of A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman. It is one of my favourite books so when she asked for a recommendation, I gave her a copy immediately! She read it soon after and loved it just as much as me.
Last Book I Started
It would have to be Begin Again by Emma Lord. I started the just yesterday and I’m hoping to read it very soon. I’ve heard excellent things about it so I am excited about giving it a read.
Last Book I Finished
It was The Mysterious Case of the Alperton Angels by Janice Hallett. I couldn’t put it down and when I had to put it down it was all I could think about. I understand why so many people love her books and I’ll definitely be picking up more by her.
Last Book I Rated 5 Stars
Six Times We Almost Kissed (And One Time We Did) by Tess Sharpe. This book is excellent and had me hooked immediately. Tess Sharpe is a magnificent author whose books I cannot recommend enough.
There you have it, the Last Book I… tag! What is the last book that you read? Let me know in the comments!
3 thoughts on “The Last Book I… Tag”
I’ve had several books on the go at once but the last book I finished was Wolf Signs by Vivian Arend. I really enjoyed it despite it being such a short read.
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I’ve never heard of that one!
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I hadn’t heard of it until recently. Someone recommended it to me as a short book to help me read 28 books in 28 days.