I was tagged for this a really long time ago by the amazing Lori @ The Reading Book Fairy! Lori has a really great blog, and you should definitely go check it out!
Before doing this, I’d never heard of Chloe x Halle, but I listened to their music while writing this, and it was really good! Anyways, I don’t have much else to say here, so thank you so much to Lori, and I’m going to get right into the tag!
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- Tag at least 3 people to do the tag!
Intro – A book that got you into reading
The books that got me into reading were definitely the Little House books, by Laura Ingalls Wilder. My mom read me the series when I was about six, and I read the books on my own multiple times after that. For most of Elementary school, they were my very favorite books, and they have definitely had a huge impact on my love of reading now!
Forgive Me – A book or book character you don’t think you’ll ever forgive
I don’t want to give anything away, but there are some things that a certain character does, and even if they were with the best intentions I will never forgive that character. If you have read the book, you know what I’m talking about.
Baby Girl – A story with a lot of character development
The character development in The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes is fascinating. The characters don’t always change for the better, but they definitely really evolve and grow. It’s really interesting to read about, and I think that the character developement in the book is done very well.
Do It – A hyped book that lives up to the hype
Six of Crows is a very hyped book, and one that a lot of people love. I read it about a year ago, and thought it lived up to all of my expectations. The worldbuilding is fantastic, and the characters are really wonderful!
Tipsy – A character who’s tipsy on love
I didn’t really know what book/character to put here, but I ended up deciding to go with Aspen, from the Selection. I’m actually only in the middle of the first book, although I’m pretty close to finishing. Anyways, Aspen is not my favorite character, but I think that he definitely fits the description!!
Ungodly Hour – A couple you’re rooting for
A couple that I am definitely rooting for is Kaz Brekker and Inej Ghafa. I don’t really have a lot to explain this without giving away spoilers, but their whole dynamic is wonderful, and I love reading about them.
Busy Boy – A story with multiple love interests
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is definitely a book with multiple love interests! It has a love triangle (which isn’t my favorite, but it is done well in the book) and the entire book really revolves on Lara Jean’s multiple love interests.
Catch Up – A story with a problematic couple or miscommunication plot
The characters who were/are sort of romantically involved in this book aren’t technically a couple in City of Ashes, but the whole scenario is kind of problematic, and honestly just feels really not great. I don’t want to bring up any specific characters to avoid spoilers, but if you have read the book, you probably know what I’m talking about.
Overwhelmed – A book that caught you by surprise
Far From the Tree was definitely a book that really caught me surprise, and was not one I was expecting to love! It’s a very beautiful book, and definitely one that I recommend!
Lonely – Your favorite independent character
I’m going to go with Lori’s answer on this one, and say Rin. Rin is a really great character, and definitely very independent!
Don’t Make it Harder on Me – A book that left you in a reading slump
The Silvered Serpents left me in the biggest reading slump for so long! It was a combination of things happening in my life, and everything that happened in my life, and for a long time after I read the book I had trouble reading anything.
Wonder What she Thinks of Me – A character you think about regularly
Ever since I read the book These Violent Delights, I’ve found myself thinking a lot about Alisa Montagov, one of the main character’s younger sister. I am really nervous for the sequel to see what happens with her, and with everything!
ROYL – A book outside your comfort zone that you ended up loving
The Priory of the Orange Tree is adult fantasy, which is very different from what I usually read, and it was definitely outside of my comfort zone. However, ever since I read it for the first time over the summer, it became one of my very favorite books!