I hope you are all safe, well and that you are taking this time to take care of yourselves.
I am back for a book tag! This tag was created by Becky (Blogs of a Bookaholic) and it seems sooo much fun; I mean pancakes and books? Life couldn’t be more perfect.
Thank you to the lovely Pavani @ The Voracious Bibliophile for tagging me! I love your blog and you continuously inspire me!
- Link back to the original creator in your post.
- Feel free to use any of these pancake graphics in your post, or create your own!
- Tag 5 other people at the end of your post, and let them know you’ve tagged them.
Okay, hear me out. I hate descriptions. I know it is necessary to help us visualize places, characters and clothes but I really hate it. I know it also sets the tone of the book, but I still don’t like them, especially descriptions of buildings. But I think that the Harry Potter series has beautiful (and useful) description. Hogwarts and the Wizarding World are so unique and a new universe! The author managed to convey that sense of magic, perfectly.
Lara Jean’s “adventures” will always hold a special place in my heart. It is my ultimate comfort book. I love the fact that she writes loves letters, that she bakes and that she gets along with her family. These are the important things in life (I’m just kidding…kind of).
It is not secret that Louise. “Lou” Le Blanc has a smart mouth, and I love her for it. I like how her only purpose is to embarrass Reid and make fun of him. I love her chaotic and witty energy.
Amren from the ACOTAR series. I’m not saying that she is “nice” by any means, – hell, she would be horrified by that, but still, she has a soft and kind side that she keeps hidden.
I love the character’s chemistry! I was in the mood for some romance and this book delivered! It was cute, steamy and passionate and I enjoyed every single page. I even read it in one-sitting.
Grey and Lia Mara from A Heart so Fierce and Broken. I loved their instant chemistry. How they trusted each other and how deeply they loved and supported each other. However, at first I was a little skeptical, because I thought that it would be rushed or superficial but I was pleasantly surprised.
I don’t know what it is about him but I absolutely hate Locke. I don’t understand his motives, or why he likes to manipulate people so much. He doesn’t even have a valid reason. I think he was very useless and I hated the fact that he was the reason Jude and Taryn grew apart.
Red, White and Royal Blue!! This book has incredible representation. For starters, the two main characters are gay, and that is very refreshing to read about. But Alex is also a person of color (latino), and there are other latinos in the story swell. Henry’s best friend, Perceval, is Black! Not only was this book very well-written, but it also represents the world’s diversity and beauty! A must read!
I was tagged in this a long time ago, so a lot of people have done this tag by now, but if you haven’t, feel free to do the tag!