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The Animal Crossing Book Tag

Hey! I was tagged by Riddhi @ Whispering Stories to do the Animal Crossing Book Tag. And yes, I’m choosing to do this even though I know absolutely nothing about Animal Crossing and I have never played it. Also, if you don’t already follow Riddhi, you really should. She’s amazing and never fails to come up with the coolest blog posts.

The Rules:

  • Please link back to the original creator of the tag, Bookish Things and Tea.
  • Answer the following Animal Crossing themed book questions.
  • Feel free to use graphics, but be sure to credit Bookish Things and Tea.
  • Tag some friends to spread the love!

1. Gamecube- A classic that you want to read

I’m embarrassed to admit that my reading of classics is sadly limited. I have always wanted to read War and Peace, and hopefully this is the year that I do it!

2. Wild World- Your favorite second book in a series

A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas would have to be my pick for this, although there are so many other good ones to choose from.

3. New Leaf- The best new release you’ve read recently

Oooooh, I must say, the new releases lately are pretty awesome, but I definitely have to pick House of Sky and Breath by Sarah J. Maas.

4. City Folk- Your favorite book that is set in a large city

Since I read a lot of fantasy, it’s tough to find books set in large cities in the real world, but I absolutely adored The City Beautiful by Aden Polydoros, which is set in Chicago.

5. Isabelle- A book that’s been with you through thick and thin

Like most people, I have some comfort reads. The Witching Hour by Anne Rice would definitely be one of the books that I’ve reread the most, and got me through some tough times.

6. Bells- A book that’s rich with character

I’m a total sucker for books with great characters, so this is an especially difficult question to answer. However, when I think about a book with the most amazing characters throughout, I’d definitely go with Jade City by Fonda Lee.

7. Pitfall- A book that you wouldn’t mind never seeing again

Literally anything by Jay Kristoff. While I personally refuse to read them due to the antisemitism, anti-Asian bias, and harmful portrayal of people with albinism, my feeds are always full of his books and I cringe whenever I see them.

8. Fossil- Your favorite history/historical fiction book

Oooooh, historical fiction is another genre I love, and there’s so many good ones to choose from! But, if I had to pick only one, it would have to be The Wolf Den by Elodie Harper — it’s coming out this month and it’s set in POMPEII! 😍

I tag:

So what IS Animal Crossing actually all about?

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