The Tag of Rage and Sorrow

I’m a huge fangirl of Sangu Mandanna’s Celestial trilogy and I can’t stop talking about the masterpiece that is A House of Rage and Sorrow. So, when Krisha @ Bookathon came up with this amazing tag to celebrate the book and tagged me as well, I was doubly excited and I can’t wait to answer them all. And if you want some amazing fantasy recommendations, don’t forget to checkout Krisha’s blog. And now let’s get started…


  • Link back to the original creator’s post (Krisha @Bookathon )
  • Tag your friends to do the tag
  • Have fun and read this beautiful series!

ESMAE: A Book/Character which empowered you and made you feel strong


Lady Tea from The Bone Witch is someone who is so strong in her beliefs and convictions that she makes all of us readers feel empowered too.

ALEXIE AND BEAR: A Duology you recommend with all your heart

While Six of Crows will always remain my favorite duology, Dance of Thieves is also a very good and enjoyable one, especially for the fans of the Remnant Chronicles.

MAX: A Book which made you feel seen


The love that Winnie has for Bollywood movies in My So-Called Bollywood Life felt so familiar to me that I was full of joy while reading this book. Definitely one of the books that I saw a very integral part of myself in.

TITANIA: A Book/Character which was witty and made you laugh 


Every single book of Lily Morton’s has made me cackle but Oz has to be the sassiest character of them all and I ended up crying because I couldn’t stop laughing.

AMBA: A Book you ended up loving even though you were not sure about it

Aru Shah and the end of time

I’m not a fan of middle grade books, so I wasn’t sure how much I would like Aru Shah but it was such a pleasant surprise and I had a very gala time reading it.

KIRRIN: A Book you have mixed feelings about


While I was totally amazed by The Aryavarta Chronicles, especially the first book Govinda… the finale Kurukshetra left me feeling a bit dissatisfied while also giving me some amazing character development.

KYRA: A Book/Character which turned out to be disappointing

American Royals

I guess I thought American Royals would be in a similar vein as Red, White and Royal Blue – especially with the cheeky humor and a bit of politics and royalty – but it ended up being something completely different and left me very disappointed. But it’s probably not the book’s fault.

RADHA AND SYBILLA: A Book with great supporting characters/great team

There Will Come a Darkness

The characters in There Will Come a Darkness may all be on different paths but they make for a great ensemble cast, and I can’t wait for the next book when all of their paths will intersect. What fun it was reading this story.

I’m not sure who among you have read A Spark of White Fire, but if you find this tag fun and interesting, please do it and link back to me so I can read all your lovely answers…

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    1. Definitely tag yourself babe.. can’t wait to see your answers !!!
      And if you like sarcastic British humor, you should totally try Lily Morton’s books… they are m/m romance though and I’m not sure if you like the genre.. if you wanna try, start with Rule Breaker… not Oz.. they are all part of the same set of characters… and I think you’ll find them all in KU 😊😊😊

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