Vulture, the final book in the Isles of Storm and Sorrow trilogy by the wonderful Bex Hogan is releasing soon, and what better way to celebrate then with a book tag!
Isles of Storm & Sorrow Book Tag
First Isle: The King’s Isle – A book with royalty
I’ve decided to go with American Royals. I read this book last year, along with the sequel Majesty and loved them! The idea of a royal family in USA intrigued me and I was thrust into this world of secrets, lies and deciet.
Second Isle: The Fallow Isle – A book with a focus on food or harvests
Love on the Main Stage focuses of Nova, as she travels to music festivals with her parents to help out on their food truck. This was such a cute, summery, feel good read that did leave me feeling hungry!
Third Isle: The Black Isle – A book with a black cover
Lock The Doors was an intense, gripping thriller that left my heart pounding. The twists and turns you get throughout the story shock you to the core, and I just couldn’t get enough of it!
Fourth Isle: The Floral Isle – A book that makes you feel peaceful
Summer Of No Regrets is the kind of book that just leaves you feeling summery, and ready to relax. I read this in a single afternoon, whilst reading in my garden, and I felt so peaceful.
Fifth Isle: The Mist Isle – A book featuring mountains
Wranglestone is set within a national park, which has mountains. This is a LGBTQ+ story featuring zombies, which was both engaging and exciting.
Sixth Isle: The Rock Isle – A book featuring a quest
Frostheart is all about Ash, who lives in a stronghold, cut off from the rest of the world and safe from the creatures that lurk under the ice. Ash lost his parents, and longs to find them. When the crew of the Frostheart arrive in his stronghold. Ash knows he needs to join, as it may be the only hope of him locating his parents. This was incredible, and so heartwarming and I was addicted.
Seventh Isle: The Shadow Isle – A dark story
The Girls I’ve Been was definitely dark in places, and you do need to be in the right mindset before reading it. However, it was a gritty thriller that kept me hooked.
Eighth Isle: The Snow Isle – A book with a white cover
Boy Queen was such a fabulous read, all about Robin, who dreams of being a drag queen. This book was full of fun, glitter, sparkle and life, and I LOVED it!
Ninth Isle: The Blood Isle – A murder mystery
Stalking Jack the Ripper was inspired by the real life murders of Jack the Ripper, with an added twist. As far as murder mysteries go, this is one of my favourites, and I have since read the next two books in the series.
Tenth Isle: The Snow Isle – A book that gets heated (choose your interpretation here!)
Chapter 55 of A Court of Mist and Fury. If you’ve read it, you know what I’m talking about…
Eleventh Isle: The Song Isle – A book featuring magicians
Amari and the Night Brothers is about Amari who is on a mission to find out what happened to her brother, Quinton, after he mysteriously disppeared. On her quest for the truth however, Amari is thrust into Bureau of Supernatural Creatures, and finds herself having to take part in a series of challenges. This was an amazing read, and I am desperate for the sequel!
Twelfth Isle: The Jewel of the West – A book with thievery
The Highland Falcon Thief is the first book in the Adventures on Trains series, and the one that kicked off my love with the series. This follows Hal, who is invited on board the Highland Falcon Thief, with his Uncle Nat. As the train makes its journey a priceless broach goes missing, and it’s up to Hal to solve the mystery and catch the thief. This was a fun start to such an incredible series.