1. Rabbits - A book that you wish would multiply - So a book you want a sequel to (that doesn't have one)
This is hard because most of my favourite books are my favourite because they leave me wanting that little bit more but it's the perfect ending.
I think I'd have to say Althea & Oliver by Cristina Moracho. It'd be interesting to see and Althea and Oliver's lives one year later.
2. Egg - A book that surprised you
The Dark Lake by Sarah Bailey. It's a crime thriller with an unreliable narrator so it had plenty of twists and turns. I kept thinking I knew who the murderer was but I kept getting proved wrong.
3. Hunt - A book that was hard for you to get your hands on
whiskey words & a shovel by r.h. Sin. I had to wait a long time to get it from the library because someone else had checked it out.
4. Lamb - A children's book that you still enjoy
5. Spring - A book with a cover that makes you think of spring
6. Rising from the dead - A book from a deceased author
The Monkey's Mask by Dorothy Porter. I had to study this book last year for uni. I love poetry and crime thrillers so I loved how Porter combined the two genres in one book. It was an interesting read.
7. Baskets - A book that is in your Amazon cart or wish list right now
The Lover's Dictionary by David Levithan. This book was written in such a unique format and left me wanting more. I want the hardcover copy so I can admire it on my shelf, and I want the paperback copy so I can put sticky notes on my favourite quotes (basically the whole book).
8. Candy - A book that is sweet
Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli. The romance in this book was so sweet and it wasn't overdone. I loved how there were positive family dynamics. It left me feeling warm and fuzzy after I finished reading it.
9. Peeps - Tag people
I tag anyone who wants to do this tag.