The book: I have a small collection of Eva Ibbotson books and I can’t remember how I acquired it. I do know, however, that The Star of Kazan is the only EI book left in my collection that I haven’t read, and I’m kind of sad about that. However! This means I can go out and buy more Eva Ibbotson books– yay!
Okay, so: The Star of Kazan. I’m 26 pages into it so far, and it’s…well, it’s cute. I know I said I was going to make an effort not to use that word any longer, but I can’t help it. It’s a cute book, okay. I think later there’ll be a mystery and some intrigue and possible some escaping from bad guys, so that’s exciting.
The tea: Ugh, I don’t know what I did wrong, but my Christmas Eve tea tastes horrible today. Maybe it’s expired or something?
Do they go together? The book is set during the spring, but it’s got that cozy, comforting feel to it that Christmastime always gives me. So I do think they go together, actually!
Other tea drinkers
Alison is reading The False Princess and drinking Shaken Passion Fruit Iced Tea Lemonade.
The Book Gatherer is reading The Little Giant of Aberdeen County and drinking chamomile tea with fancy homegrown honey.
(Leave a link to your TT post in the comments and I’ll add you to the tea drinkers list!)