I stumbled upon the Rainbow Book Tag over at The Bookish Mutant and it was first created by Le Book Chronicles. I really like beautifully colored covers and my shelves are ordered based on color, so this was really something for me to do. In the original tag, one is supposed to choose only favorites for the tag, but I decided to go for the books which best fit the color prompt. Some of them are still on the TBR.
- It must be the dominant color of the COVER, not the spine!
- If you do not own a book of a certain color, just choose one that has the color on it somewhere
- It has to be a book you own and/or has to be the exact edition you read
- TAG some people to do it! Whether they be Bloggers, Bookstagrammers or BookTubers
PS. Click on the covers to read more about the books on GoodReads.
I bought The Last last year during a trip to London. It sounds really cool and its cover is very, very red but I haven’t read it yet,
The Disappearing Spoon tells incredible stories that are related to the (elements on the) Periodic Table. It certainly had its moments which I thoroughly enjoyed, but at parts it was a little bit too gossipy for me.
I really liked Winnie-the-Pooh as a kid, and this lovely yellow cover was so beautiful that I bought the book, but I haven’t read it yet.
I read the New York trilogy years ago, but I didn’t really enjoy it that much. However, the cover is green all over, so there’s that.
Many contenders for the blue cover, but in the end I chose for The Illustrated Man, a collection of short stories which I enjoyed a lot. I’ve read this one years ago and still I think of some of the stories in this collection.
The purplest of my purple covers. I am not going to get started about the speed with which these books are being published, let’s just say at this I am taking bets, will I finish my PhD before Martin finishes the Winds of Winter?
This is the sixth book in the Rivers of London series, which combines two of my favorite things: Magic and London. Very British and so much fun. Best to start at the beginning though, with Rivers of London. 😉
I first read its sequel, The Dead Hamlets, and enjoyed that a bit more, but this is one of the few really brown covers I could find on my shelves.
I have read this one yet, but I keep hearing that it is perfect to read right now, so I really hope to get to it soon!
This is part of my last pre-Corona London book haul. I hadn’t heard of it but it sounds nice. I still have to read it.
I hope you had as much fun reading the tag as I had putting it together. I will tag YOU, but only if you feel like doing it (don’t forget to send me the link so I can read your answers!). Enjoy!