#BestBooksof2018: Best Book Hangover. Bring Down the Stars by Emma Scott Blogmas

Hi dear friends,


Today is the first day of winter and is abnormally hot here! But it also is the day when I tell you all about my best *or worst depending on how you want to see it* book hangover!

If you don’t know what a book hangover is here is a little cartoon to help you grasp its meaning.

I have read several books that left me in a state of emotional distress. Feeling lost, not knowing what to read next. Nothing seemed good enough and usually the books that I read right after seemed lacking something.

It was probably unfair to come right after these fabulous reads!

I have some very honorable mentions:

-The Silver Cage by Anonymous;

-Heartbreak Warfare by Heather M Orgeron and Kate Stewart;

-The Girl and her Ren by Pepper Winters;

-Love My Way by Kate Sterritt;

-Ryan’s Bed by Tijan


My winner today is a book or rather a duet that left me emotionally drained because the first book left us on a HUGE CLIFFY!!!!

The characters of the book are all fantastic and I was so immersed in the story that I was living, breathing, sleeping and suffering with these characters.

Yes I know they don’t really exist but for me they are real for the time of my read!

And let me tell you that I rooted for one of the three but did not know if he would still be alive in the next book!

The winner is … The Beautiful Hearts duet and especially Bring Down the Stars by Emma Scott!

If you want to know why I chose it as book hangover, here is the warning I wrote in my review:

“This epic love and friendship story will push you through your limits. It will frustrate you. It will hurt you. It will also fill you with so many beautiful emotions you won’t be able to contain them. Read this with a survival kit composed of: ice cream, alcohol, tissues and punching bag. It is also best to protect your E-reader with the latest and bulkiest case or have a good insurance.”

Now it’s your turn just tell me everything about your book hangover.

Thanks for reading.


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11 Replies to “#BestBooksof2018: Best Book Hangover. Bring Down the Stars by Emma Scott Blogmas”

  1. I know what a book hangover is and have had many. Although crying hasn’t been one of them but yet the fetal position is usually what happens. =)


  2. I’m a sucker for book hangovers! I mean, it’s better than alcohol hangovers…physically. Emotionally? Definitely book hangovers are the worst XD But yes, it’s always pure love when a book leaves a hangover. And this one did that you so it’s definitely going to my TBR because wow, I think I’ll love it too <3

  3. Love how you’re sharing your favourites for the year! 😀 hahaha that meme for book hangovers is so on point. And I love the sound of this!!

  4. I’m afraid I just don’t get this book hangover thing-it doesn’t exist for me! I finish a book, write a few lines of my thoughts for when I do the book review, then pick up the next book and start reading!

    1. BewareOfTheReader says: Reply

      Well you have to give me your trick!!

  5. I haven’t read this duet yet…shame on me, LOL!

    1. BewareOfTheReader says: Reply

      Don’t forget the first aid kit when you’ll do Trisy!

  6. This duology was packed with emotion, and the way book 1 ended!!!! You know I was a puddle.

    1. BewareOfTheReader says: Reply

      Yes yes Sam me too!!!!

  7. I agree! That book totally ruined me 🙂

    1. BewareOfTheReader says: Reply

      Yes I’ve read your review of Long Live the Beautiful Hearts 😉

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