Tag Tuesday: Top 5 Books Where Something Went Right!

Hi friends! In a spinoff from last Tuesday where I talked about 5 books where things went wrong, today we’re talking about 5 books where something went right! Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Meeghan @ Meeghan Reads!

the sunday waffle moment.

DO I NEED TO SAY MORE. That’s the moment Sammy and Avery…well…if you know, then you know. It’s the moment that changes the entire course of the characters’s lives. So good.


Thanks to her, readers have new intel: apparently Declan Lynch actually is kinda cool??? Who knew??? I also thought that the moment she and Ronan meets is spectacularly underrated. It really does change the tone for how the whole concept of dreams and dreamers works.

the entire last chapter was nothing but right moments tbh.

*has stars in eyes* WEDDINGS AND CUTE MOMENTS AND BANTER AND AHHHH. Just saying.

everytime* maxon says anything, it is in my top 10 most right moments in literary history.

Nevermind that also every time America does anything, her actions are in my top 10 most annoying moments in literary history. Maxon’s declarations of love totally kill me because they’re SO very romantic.

*LOL not @ me listening to the ariana grande song so much i forget how this is actually spelled help me

all the friendship-y moments were so heartwarming!

And extremely integral to Morrigan’s character. Honestly, I was living for all the adorable moments that made Morrigan’s live easier to bear.

That’s it! Tell me:

What are some books where moments went right???

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15 thoughts on “Tag Tuesday: Top 5 Books Where Something Went Right!

  1. I agree with you on The One (well and the entire Selection series, well trilogy because I haven’t read the last 2 books): Maxon is fantastic and America is annoying. I need to read The Lunar Chronicles and Nevermoor.

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      1. I actually decided to dnf, heh. I just couldn’t get into at the time and maybe it just wasn’t the right time to read it. 🤷‍♀️

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