The Harley in the Sky Book Tag

I never two two tags in the same week, but I’m making an exception for this one as I am part of the street team for Harley in the Sky by Akemi Dawn Bowman. If you know anything about me at all, you will know I am a massive fan of Akemi’s and I am so excited for this new book! This tag was created by emmanovella and is a nice short one for a Saturday! 


Yellow – Harley in the Sky has a gorgeous yellowy/orange cover so find a book with yellow/orange on the cover. Bonus points if the colour is relevant to the book (yellow in the title or words like sun etc)

The Yellow Room by Jess Valance. This book has been on my TBR for far too long (since last YALC, in fact. It is very yellow, and sounds like a great read.

Circus – Harley is set in a circus so find another book set there. Bonus if it’s NOT The Night Circus!

Hayley Barker’s Show Stopper is set in a circus. It’s a dark book and the circus is a dark place, but it’s a brilliant read for anyone who enjoys a circus setting.

Harley – Either a book with a character named Harley OR in relation to the character Vas, find a book that involves motorcycles in some way. 

I wish I could find a book featuring a Harley Davidson motorbike, but I can’t. So I’m going with my favourite bike-riding fictional character, Rubeus Hagrid, who (if we believe the film adaptation) rides a Triumph 650 T 120 Bonneville (all credit to Google for knowing this)

Mixed Race Character – Spread the diversity love! Harley is mixed race, share another book with a mixed race character/s.

Is it cheating to choose another of Akemi’s characters? Because Kiko from Starfish was the first character to spring to mind for this one.

Vegas – Harley comes form Vegas so find me a book set in Vegas!

I had to go to Goodreads for this answer, but a book that I read and adored which is partially set in Vegas is The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt.

Aerialist – Harley is an aerialist. A book with another aerialist character or a book that deals with flying in some way. 

Finch and Birdie Franconi from Flying Tips for Flightless Birds are trapeze artists in their family circus. This is a fun read about siblings, friendships and growing up.

If you want to do this, then consider yourself tagged! Are you excited for Harley in the Sky?

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