Here’s another tag – I know I’ve been doing a lot of tags, sorry – involving the movie The Greatest Showman which *OMG you didn’t* I haven’t seen yet!!! Ahhhhh, I must really watch it after this tag! I was tagged by the INCREDIBLE blogger A Fictional Bookworm who’s blog I love because we agree on soooo many things, so: thank you for tagging me!
The Greatest Show: In which the intro is amazing
I mean, come on? I loved the intro: it had me hooked from the beginning, the first job had me biting my lips and reading as fast as I can. There’s nothing more to say than: Six of Crows is killing it.
A Million Dreams: In which things get a little TOO dragged
I have quite a few books I could choose but I’m just going to go with City of Lost Souls, the fifth book in The Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare. Personally, I loved this series but I just think the fifth book was a little too slow for me. Nothing really happened, it was just romance, romance, romance and it was a little much, to be honest.
Come Alive: In which there is a nice plot twist
Oh, my goodness, can there be a more EPIC PLOT TWIST than in Cassandra Clare’s Lady Midnight? It was just so overwhelming, I DID NOT 100% see it coming but it was absolutely perfect.
The Other Side: In which a villain turns into a good guy or vice versa
Haha, my all time classic: Draco. No explaining necessary.
Never Enough: In which you hate the love triangle
Ok, I basically hate every love triangle that ever existed: Selection by Kiera Cass – like it wasn’t even necessary, who even liked Aspen??? – 99 Days by Katie Cotugno, The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare (but here because I couldn’t decide TBH), Twilight by Stephanie Meyer, The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, and every love triangle ever written.
This Is Me: In which representation is amazing
Yes, absolutely! She stands up against racism and fights for equality and is just a role model to so many young people in this world. I really admire Angie Thomas’ The Hate U Give.
Rewrite the Stars: In which it’s “Us against the world” (not necessarily romantic)
Tightrope: In which the love triangle took a wrong turn
I have already stated me opinion on love triangles which can be read above and let me just say: I hate them. But if I had to choose the worst, it would be 99 Days by Katie Cotugno. Because, while disliking the other love triangles, I always liked their end – meaning they chose the person I preferred – but in this case, let’s just say, I won’t read the sequel.
From Now On: In which the main character only gets their stuff together in the end
Turtles all the way down by John Green because, literally, she is so dominated by her fear of getting an infection, her fear is controlling her life and that changes at the end, even if it’s just a start.
I hope you enjoyed this tag, have a great day!