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Sci-Fi Month 2022 - Give A Book Tag

Happy Saturday everyone!  Today, in honor of Sci-Fi Month 2022 (Image credit: Artwork by Simon Fetscher), I'm sharing a book tag called the Give A Book Tag.  I don't do a lot of tags very often, but this looked like a good one to put a sci-fi spin on.  Thanks to Alicia @ A Kernel of Nonsense for sharing this one.  This tag was created by Karina @ 24hrYABookBlog and it's all about giving book recommendations.  Without further ado, let's get to the tag - and consider yourself tagged if you want to take part!  

Give a Book…You Don’t Talk a Lot About

Timebound (The Chronos Files #1) by Rysa Walker - I absolutely loved this YA time travel book, but I feel like I rarely ever mention it.  One of these days, I'll have to read the sequel.

Give a Book…You Can’t Stop Talking About


Lucas on the Line (Stranger Things #5) by Suyi Davies - Lucas is my favorite original member of The Party of him, Will, Mike, and Dustin and this novel that starts up just before the newest season of the series begins really does a fantastic job of giving his character the spotlight.

Give a Book…People Are Going to Either Love or Hate


 Mort(e) (War With No Name #1) by Robert Repino - I've just finished this one and I'd say it definitely falls into that category.  It's very unique, but I really got a kick out of it.  I'd go so far as to say it's pretty off the wall.

Give a Book…For Someone Who Needs to Get in Their Feels
 

Saga, Volume 9 (Saga #9) by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples -   I've just read the newly released tenth volume and it was fantastic as well and totally fits this category too, but this volume takes it to the next level.  I was not prepared for that ending at all.  I'm pretty sure I went through all five stages of grief after I finished it!

Give a Book…With Immaculate Vibes


Vicious (Villains #1) by V.E. Schwab - To me, this novel is perfection.

Give a Book…For Someone Who Likes to Be Surprised
 

The Faceless Old Woman Who Secretly Lives In Your Home (Welcome to Night Vale #3) by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor - As a fan of the Welcome to Night Vale podcast, this was a quite the pleasant surprise.  It went places I totally didn't expect and did it really well.  Think The Haunting of Hill House meets The Count of Monte Cristo plus the dark humor and sensibilities of Welcome to Night Vale.  I can't recommend the audiobook edition of this novel enough.

Give a Book…For Someone Who Needs a Little Love


These Broken Stars (Starbound #1) by Amie Kaufman and Megan Spooner - I really enjoyed this a lot more than I was originally expecting to - in fact it's just plain different than what I was expecting.  If you like Amie Kaufman's work from The Illuminae Files and The Aurora Cycle, you can't miss this trilogy either.

Give a Book…That’s an Old Favorite


Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson - This classic was first published in 1992 and I can't recommend it enough if you're looking cyberpunk.  I would absolutely love to see this adapted to the screen.
 
Give a book…You Think Everyone Should Read


A Long Way To A Small, Angry Planet (Wayfarers #1) by Becky Chambers - This is just plain delightful.  I love the cast, the world-building, and the tone of this one - and the whole series.  If you're looking for a space opera, you can't go wrong with this!


And, that's a wrap on this tag!  Like I said before, consider yourself tagged if you want to do this one.  Just don't forget to share your links with me down in the comments.

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