Hello Bookworms!! It is December and well fully wintery . I have my end semester exams from this eighth and well I haven’t prepared much . Fingers crossed . This year has been one with many twists and turns well and I haven’t been not very particular with my reading patterns as well . But I aim to become more consistent with the blog and book reading pattern as well. Without much further ado lets begin with the END OF THE YEAR BOOK TAG !

Are there any books you started this year that you need to finish?

Midnight Lie is one such anticipated book which I had to read this year and yet I am yet to read the next 50 % of the book. It rarely happens because usually I finish the book . It is what it is” . With such a simple yet foreboding line, Rutkoski paints a vivid portrait of an intriguing, deadly world in the first installment of The Midnight Lie series. I can’t wait to read the book asap .

Do you have an autumnal book to transition into the end of the year?

This year I had read a bunch of thrillers and well I have to say I gorged on thrillers this year 2020. Here are a bunch of thrillers to gorge in this transition . Popping my favorite books for you in this transition from the last month .

 I need a book so psychologically messed up that it’ll burn into my brain for the rest of eternity! I’m fine, I promise. Truthfully, the best part about thrillers is that you get so zoned in to their deranged plotlines that hours and hours of reading will go by and feel like just a few minutes—which, TBH, is *exactly* what all of us need right now given how much free time we have on our hands. 

Is there a new release you’re still waiting for?

These YA books will be released in the first half of 2021, and I AM SO excited to get our hands on them!

What are three books you want to read before the end of the year?

Is there a book you think shocked you and become your favorite book of the year?

Firstly , Don’t even get me started this drop dead gorgeous cover of the book . I mean wow, their sizzling chemistry is pretty evident from the Cover .This book’s cover earns 5 stars! Look at this amazing illustration! Well, you won’t be disappointed at all . The book has everything and if you are look for a entertaining rom-com set in the drama-filled world of telenovelas

I was speechless and amazed by the sheer beauty of the book . It was just beautiful piece of writing. Yes, it was a typical romance but such was the characters and their development that it was just not an ordinary book for sure. I read this book in ONE DAY! It was exactly what I needed while reading this book. The witty banter lobbed back and forth was brilliant. I fell in love with these characters right at the start. 

Have you already started making reading plans for 2021?

Obviously , the plans for 2021 are simple . Read bunch of great books and have fun . Also delve into genres that are unexplored and authors unknown to me. Till Then let me know your thoughts in the comments section . Here is what I read in 2020 .