Dark Chocolate (A book that covers a dark topic)
The Rape of Nanking by Iris Chang- I read this last year and it is so sad and definitely dark. However, it's non-fiction so let me think of a fiction novel also. :) So I'm thinking of C.S. Lewis's The Screwtape Letters. It definitely has dark themes about sin but is incredibly interesting. If you haven't read it you should! Someday I mean to re-read it.
White Chocolate (A light and humorous read)
I read a lot of light and humorous books. I love any books by P.G. Wodehouse... they are all very light and humorous.
Milk Chocolate (A book with a lot of hype that you're dying to read)
The Golem and the Jinni- There's probably not as much hype about it now but I remember a year ago or so everyone was raving about it. I'm hoping to read it this year. :)
Carmel-Filled Chocolate (A book that makes you feel all gooey inside)
You know, despite my not calling myself a romantic over and over again on my blog, I do find that I have a soft spot for a nice romance. However, I still don't like straight up romance and I don't like anything over the top mushy gushy. Anyways... I digress... Any book that has a happy ending where the guy and girl get together in the end makes me feel pretty happy. I tend to get a really sappy grin on my face to be honest (blushes). To be honest, Pride and Prejudice is the first book I think of that makes me feel like that every time I finish it.
Wafer-less Kit-Kat (A book that surprised you)
I'd have to agree with Arwen and say Beowulf. It wasn't at all what I expected and I LOVED it!
Snickers (A book you're going nuts about!)
Recently probably Beowulf and Peace Like a River. However, long-term the books I will forever go nuts about are Pride and Prejudice and The Lord of the Rings.
Hot Chocolate with marshmallows (The book you turn to for comfort)
Hmmm. There are a lot of books that I have gone back to time and time again that aren't comfort reads necessarily but I definitely go back to them like they're an old friend. They're also not necessarily exemplary novels, I just love them. :) These would be Pride and Prejudice, Northanger Abbey, This Present Darkness, Piercing the Darkness, The Harry Potter series and Coronation of Glory.
A Box of Chocolates (A series you feel has something for everyone)
I think I'd agree once again with Arwen and say The Chronicles of Narnia.
So now I'm craving chocolate! ;)
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