Thank you so much for tagging me Rendz!!! Definitely go check out her awesome blog! Anyways, I guess this is a pretty current topic with the new song “Cool” released and so I’m very excited to do this tag!
- You don’t gotta be a JoBro fan, you just gotta love books
- Mention me, the creator (Rendz @ Reading with Rendz)
- Answer the prompts
- Tag 3 peeps! (4 if you wanna take into consideration the Bonus Jonas)
“Year 3000“: A book/series set in the way distant future or A book/series that took you on an adventure
The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer are the first books coming to my mind! To be honest, I probably don’t read that many books that are set in the distant future, but if I did, I would have chosen these anyways! I love the Cinder, Scarlet, Cress and Winter, they make up a great team, the plot is fantastic, the characters are amazing and the world is incredible!
“Hold On”: A book/series that took a while for you to get into
I’m one of those people who can’t really make up their mind about Maggie Stiefvater’s The Raven Cycle. It took me a while to get into because I was immensely annoyed that Gansey and Blue only met after the first 200 pages and that was TOO much build-up for that unspectacular scene. I love Gansey and Blue, hate Adam, like Ronan, love the story but hate the slow pace – you see, I can’t make up my mind.null
“S.O.S“: A book/series that you needed saving from
This is an unpopular opinion, I know, but I gravely disliked Veronica Roth’s Divergent. I don’t know why, I ask myself that every once in a while, but I just didn’t click with this book.
“When You Look Me in the Eyes“: A romance that makes you melt into a puddle of goo
Kaz and Inej!!!! I can’t with these two!!!! I love Six of Crows and I know, Nina and Matthias are everything, but Kaz and Inej are just a whole other level!
Sorry, but there is no way I can’t name Emma and Julian in The Dark Artifices! They were my first Cassandra Clare book I read and that’s why they’ll always be special for me!
“Burnin’ Up”: A book/series so good it set you on fire
The Red Queen Series is the perfect match for this category. There are a lot of people who dislike this series saying it’s “not complex” or “see-through” or “basic”, but I think it’s quite the opposite, actually. The story and the theme in general is really complex, it covers revolution, rebellion and politics and is therefore a book that set me on fire.
“Lovebug”: A ship you were not expecting, but it happened and you ship it
To be honest, I didn’t see Neville and Luna coming??? Did anyone else not see that coming or am I just a complete idiot? I don’t know, maybe it was because I read the book when I was younger or something but it came at me like whhaaaat.. anyways, I love them very much and I think they’re a perfect match.
“Paranoid”: A book/series that kept you on your toes the whole time
There is no book that is a better fit for this category than Leigh Bardugo’s Six of Crows. Seriously, there was no way of telling how they were going to survive this heist, no way of knowing what Kaz Brekker was up to and no better ending than what Leigh had in mind. It’s a masterpiece.
“Sucker”: A book/series you would reread over and over again
Silver, the not so famous series by Kerstin Gier, is a series that I can just read over and over and over and over again because I love everything about it and it just makes me happy. The story is unique, funny, exciting and the characters are everything. Whenever I don’t want to start something new, I start reading this series again.