Hi friends! Thank you so much Jacquie @ Rattle The Stars for tagging me! Go check her fantastic blog out!! Now to the questions and my answers:
Sunshine: A Book That Made You Smile
Wait there are books that could make me smile? I DIDN’T HAVE TO BE SOBBING THIS ENTIRE TIME?? Seriously though, I’ll have to go with my classic Geekerella answer for this (one day my love of darkness and magic will disappear long enough for me to read a cute contemporary) BECAUSE IT PRACTICALLY DEFINES CUTE FANDOM LOVE. GIVE INTO THE HYPE OR I WILL HUNT YOU DOWN AND FORCE YOU TO READ IT (while giving you cookie dough because no one should be separated from that).
Rain: A Book You Couldn’t Put Down
Warcross is my latest dang-girl-you-should-probably-eat-something read (yes someone did get a book thrown at their face that day). Like, there’s just something about Marie Lu’s writing that I eat up and digest faster than French fries. I did have a few issues with the book itself when I was finished inhaling it but I don’t regret the binge-reading. At all.
Wind: A Book That Blew You Away
Is it just me or are books that start with And super annoying to write about or see??? Anyway, And Then There Were None was such a crazy read I was left in shock. To be honest, I didn’t know what to expect but this book was creepy and filled with creative violent murders. Not what I usually read (I don’t know why) BUT IT WAS WORTH IT.
Hurricane: A Tragic Book
A biography of my life (what? It’s true). Although I will say that When Elephants Fly really resonated with me. It wasn’t a specific event or anything, but my feelings did something and I was super emotional while reading this. IT’S A BEAUTIFUL STORY!
Blizzard: A Book You Had High Expectations For
Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones because that cover. Those blurbs. Music and magic with a touch of romance. Except not. The romance is one of my most-hated of ALL TIME. Way more than I bargained for, to the point where it basically became the main driving factor of the story. And it was boring. Not lush, not enchanting, just disappointing (excuse me while I cry for forever).
Tornado: A Book You Didn’t Like At First But Ended Up Loving
Yeah those first 100 pages were #typicalYAdystopian. And a bit boring. BUT THEN MY BOY LIAM CAME, AND ZU AND CHUBS. I love Ruby but her story would be nothing without the beautiful side characters. I’d highly recommend pushing through, because (a) the ending destroyed me, (b) it gets so much better, and (c), Liam. Oh yeah and there’s a movie now!
And anyone else who wants to do it! Catch ya later, au revoir!