Hello, how are you all?
So today I’m going to be doing another tag, an especially fun one. I was tagged by the lovely Aditi @ Readers Rule so a thank you to her. Let’s begin shall we.
- Favourite Debut Book From An Author.
Name Of The Wind By Patrick Rothfuss.
This is the perfect book for you if you enjoy high fantasy.
It’s got magic, logical protagonists and very strong side characters.
All the works plus fantastic writing.
- Just Like Cinderella, You Either Didn’t Expect Much Out Of This Character In The Beginning But Turned Out To Be A Total Gem.
Uh Agnieszka from Uprooted. I thought she’d be a whiny, self pitying character towards the start and depend solely on the Dragon for help but no. She was a confident, ass-kicking character who I couldn’t have loved more.
- A Book That Sends You To Sleep Or Just Couldn’t Not Hold Your Attention.
The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa May. I don’t know why I didn’t like it since there was nothing really wrong with it but it’s fine, maybe I’ll try re-reading it someday.
- A Book With An Ocean/Water Setting.
WENDY DARLING by Colleen Oaks. This book is one of the best retellings I’ve ever read. It’s not set in the ocean but it is set on an island so I think it’s pretty close to what the tag is asking for. Listen, guys, if you like Peter Pan you will love this. Trust me.
- Name A Book With The Best Bookworm/Book-lover ever!
The Alchemists of Loom by Elise Kova. I think the protagonist was a reader, I’m pretty sure she was. But she was also a very strong protagonist and the book is very well written, so even if she’s not an extreme book lover like us, you should read it.
- Name A Book With An Unlikely Love Story (Either In Terms Of Romance Or A Book You Didn’t Expect To Love So Much)
Fingersmith by Sarah Waters. Fantastic protagonists, beautiful writing, swoon worthy romance and fucking fabulous plot. 11/10 would definitely recommend.
- Name a Book that is Based on a Real Life Person You Want to Read/Have Read
Ever since last year, I’ve slowly been looking through body positive accounts and activist accounts because it’s something that interests me very much. I’ve found that there’s a whole new and beautiful world for larger people. Megan was one of my first links to this world and she is, by far my favourite instagrammer ever. She is so vibrant and fun and beautiful and so happy. She is so happy and I love that positivity so much, you guys should really check her blog out and her Instagram.
Her book is called Body Positive Power and it talks about bopo and making peace with your own body. I haven’t read it yet but I really want to.
- Name the Fiercest Heroine You Know
Nona Grey from Red Sister by Mark Lawerence is only eight but she can kill like a boss.
You already know about my love for this book but if you’re new, click here to check out my review.
Name a diverse book whether it is a diverse set of characters (like Tiana’s group of Naveen, Louis, Ray, and more) or just diverse in general.
Uh for this I think I’ll pick Poison Study by Maria V Snyder. Assassin, magician, plant guy, big blurry fight chaps, beggars and I could go on but you get it.
The book itself is amazing and it’s one of my favourite series ever.
- Name the Longest Book You’ve Ever Read
I have read a couple of rather long books. Acowar, Order of the Phoenix (this was loong), The first four books of the song of ice and fire, Jane Eyre so on so forth.
- Book Where There is No Love Story/Interest or Isn’t Needed
RED SISTER BY MARK LAWERENCE DID NOT NEED A LOVE INTEREST ITS SUCH A COOL BOOK YOU GUYS.
THE LINK IS ABOVE READ MY REVIEW AND READ THE BOOK BECAUSE OMG.
- A Book in a Winter/Cold Setting
I have read so many books but I think Wintersong is the only one I really enjoyed and that I have not already mentioned that’s in a winter setting.
It’s set in the winter with songs and instruments and delightful goblins. Very, very good book.
- A Character That Goes on a Journey
The main character from The Naming by Alison Croggon. It’s also called The Gift from The Books of Pellinor.
The journey here is set in a very beautiful land with so much variety, it is rather long but the writing is lovely and it goes at a very comfortable pace which I enjoyed. The plot also takes many turns. It’s a very memorable book because it’s so different.