I am ashamed to say I have never read the Chronicles of Narnia. I did watch the movies a few times with my family, but not enough to truly remember everything. I did like it though. Maybe it’s time to add these to my TBR and make up for lost time?
A Magical World You Would Like to Visit
Harry Potter is just tooooo cliche and I am really struggling to think up a different answer. But nothing seems to beat my desire to go to Hogwarts. Oops.
A Book You Think is Underrated
Hmmm, a lot just sprung to my mind right then, so I’m going to give you all of them.
- The Upside of Unrequited: Simon gets all the (well-deserved) hype, but don’t forget about this one too, it is another masterpiece!
- The Start of Me and You: Actually one of my favorite books.
- Any of the books by Sarah Ockler. They are all SUCH good contemporaries with pretty amazing main characters but I never hear anyone talk about them.
A Classic That You Love
I’ve got two for you: Little Women and Anne of Green Gables. It’s high time I reread both of them.
(Also I’ve been so out if it but apparently there’s Little MEN???? And I really want to read that).
A Book You Picked Up Without Knowing What it Was About
Illuminae. I picked it up purely because I love Amie Kaufman, but I didn’t even bother to read the plot first. And I don’t regret it for a single sec.
Someone buy me Obsidio please I am dying.
A Sequel That You Love
Well would you look at that?? The Illuminae Files makes it again. I think I actually liked Gemina even more than Illuminae. Same goes with The Dream Thieves. The Raven Cycle started out strong and just kept getting stronger, in my opinion.
A Quest You’d Like to Be a Part of
Ummmm all the quests in the Percy Jackson/Roman mythology crossover! Even though they are pretty dangerous and I’d most likely die since I don’t have any magical god given skills to add to the mix, I’d love to just be on the boat with them and chat with Leo and witness their amazingness in person.
A Book You Didn’t Expect to Love
Little Fires Everywhere was so intimidating because it was that book that all the moms were reading, even f they don’t actually read books. Like it was their one book they would read this year, so it scared me. And I always get intimidated by adult books. But guys, this was so good. I wasn’t expecting to not be able to put it down! My review is coming soon
hopefully and then I can fully share my love for this novel, but everything about it was so beautiful and the the characters were so complex and the art really came to life. *sighs* So glad I read this one.
A Perfect End to a Series You Love
Okay, multiple things came to my head right now. First, Always and Forever, Lara Jean. I cried like a baby reading this book because it brought me back to all the comfort and love I felt during this series. I didn’t even know to expect it and it was still amazing. Also, The Raven King. My review for this book was a mile long but the ending really was the perfect wrap up for the entire series. It had a little bit of everything you loved about the series, and a whole lot more.
A Siblinghood or Friendship You’d Love to Be a Part of
The answer I always say but… the friendship in The Start of Me and You. I love this group of friends with all my heart. But also, I (literally!) just finished What You Left Me by Bridget Morrissey, and their friendship warmed my heart as well. And of course, I can’t leave out the amazing Song sisters.
A Character Who Grew on You
Definitely Adam from The Raven Cycle.* It’s no secret I
hated strongly disliked him in the beginning, but by the third book he started to grow on me, and by the last I actually even liked him???? I mean not as much as the other characters but I still cared about him.
*Is someone keeping track of how any times I mention the Raven Cycle??? It’s too many.
Your Favorite Mystical Creature
So, owls aren’t mystical, I understand that, BUT, I really loved the owls in Harry Potter. And real owls don’t act like that soooooo.
A Character with Regal Qualities
hehehe I have to go with Cinder from The Lunar Chronicles. She is very fair and has a strong moral compass and is strong willed. And she’s basically the natural leader of their ragtag group so already fit to be a Queen (or Princess, you know?)
A Loyal Character
Ugh Cress. I love that girl dearly. And she stays loyal to herself, to her dreams, and to her little team. I haven’t read Winter yet but I’m sure that stays true.
And you! If you want to.