Hello Fellow Readers,
I hope you are having a lovely weekend.
I thought I would catch up with some tags and I take the opportunity to sincerely apologise to everyone who tagged me so far. If I haven’t answered, or I haven’t done the tag on my blog, it’s simply because I didn’t have time, but I am getting there! And thank you again!! It means a lot you thought of me.
- Fill out each of the prompts with your answer. Each character/book you choose has to be one you read in 2020.
- Tag as many or few people as you want, but preferably somewhere around 10.
- Have fun and happy new year!!
Constantine from Skyhunter by Marie Lu. Geez, that guy gave me the creeps, but it’s the main reason why I want to continue this series, just to find out more about him and what his deal is.
🌟Best Main Character🌟
Mia Corvere, she was the best female character I ever encountered after Aelin Galathynius and after finishing The Nevernight Chronicles, she stayed on my mind. Do you ever happen to think about the wellbeing of a character after you finish a story? I do that a lot, especially with Mia.
🌟Best Side Character🌟
Zara from This Golden Flame. While reading this story, I was like “I don’t care about the main character, just give me a book about this awesome female pirate and her intriguing, mysterious past”. Maybe I should start stalking the writer online and asking if we will ever get a chance to read a story about Zara.
🌟Tough Luck – A character that you’re glad you aren’t🌟
Harriet Stoker, oh dear, from The Reckless Afterlife of Harriet Stoker. I mean, she is the main character of the book and she dies during the first chapter. Sorry but not sorry I would never wish myself or anyone to experience Harriet’s afterlife!!
🌟Best place to raise a family – A setting (preferably not in our world) that you wouldn’t mind settling down in🌟
It will be definitely the world of Renegades series/Supernova. Was it called Gatlon City? I am sure the Renegades will keep us safe and who knows, maybe I will be a prodigy and also have a super power. Even if I thought Nova’s superpower of never needing to sleep was pretty awesome and I wouldn’t mind that.
🌟Uninhabitable – A setting you would never want to live in🌟
The Never Tilting World takes place in Aeon. This book presents a world split in two, a part constantly under the sun and another part always leaving in the darkness. While this was a fantasy story, it was pretty much about exploring the massive danger and effects of climate change in our planet. I don’t want to live in a world like this.
🌟Most likely to succeed – An indie or underhyped book that everyone would like it they just tried it🌟
Stolen Time by Danielle Rollins. This book is such an interesting take on time travel, it has great characters and well developed plot and a more intriguing romance. I can’t believe it’s so underhyped and I will always be banging on about how great it is.
🌟Life of the party – A book that kept you laughing and having a good time🌟
Crave by Tracy Wolf. It was so entertaining, the writer has such a good humour, and it is so weirdly anti-twilight. It’s an easy read, despite the format and almost 600 pages. I strongly recommend it.
🌟Most unforgettable – A book you couldn’t forget if you tried🌟
Frankly in Love by David Yoon. It was a 5-star read for me, and I cried like a baby at the end but I still can’t find the words to describe how great this book is and how much I felt for Frank.
🌟Most unique – A book unlike anything you’ve read before🌟
Silk & Steel by Ariana Nash. I don’t usually go for this kind of adult fantasy/romance but it was such an entertaining story and my most unique read of 2020. I will try to read the rest of the series as soon as possible.
I will tag…
Lucy @Bookworm Blogger
Louise @Lou’s Book Stuff
Daniela @The Booksnom
Becky @Becky’s Book Blog
YOU!! Even if you are not on the list, consider yourself tagged!
Thanks for reading guys!!