I may be late on my whole 12 Days of Blogmas (because posting every day for a month is just daunting for me), so I’ll start off with a great tag post! Brittany from Perfectly Tolerable tagged me. Thank you, love! If you haven’t checked out her blog, you need to do so now!
I may break some hearts here, but I’ve never watched the movie, and I’m not sure if I will. However, I can’t pass up a fun tag. So I hope you enjoy!
- Thank the person who tagged you and provide a link to their post!
- Maaaybe include a link to my (the creator’s) post, which is this one right here.
- Include the logo somewhere in the post.
- Find a book/anime/movie/manga/K-Drama/TV show or anything else that fits the prompts below.
- Cliche rule here, but have fun!
- Tag 5 to 10 people (or more, if you’re feeling like it, no biggie).
The Greatest Show | The Intro Is Amazing
Having your family killed in front you always makes for a great introduction. And after writing that statement, I feel horrible. Someone stop me. 😅
A Million Dreams | Things Get a Little Too Dragged
I truly loved the beginning of this book. But from there, the storyline bores me. I wanted to love it. But the representation doesn’t keep me interested.
Come Alive | There’s a Nice Plot Twist
Even if I saw the plot twist a mile away, I loved watching it unfold. This book is ripe with feminism, so that plot twist just adds to the excitement.
The Other Side | A Villain Turns into a Good Guy or Vice Versa
In this series, Katherine may be one character who creeps me out the most. I don’t blame her though, but when a future queen has a vendetta, you’d best watch out.
Never Enough | You Hate the Love Triangle
I don’t mind when authors use this trope. Unfortunately, Victoria used it for the entire series, and it turned out rather dull. And by the end, I couldn’t stomach it any longer.
This Is Me | Representation Is Amazing
Honestly, I wasn’t expecting to love the sequel, but Archenemies is such a better improvement over Renegades, and the representation—from LGBTQ+ characters, characters with disabilities, and POC main characters—just makes the book stellar.
Rewrite The Stars | It’s ‘Us against The World’ (Not Necessarily Romantic)
Aelin and her Court have nothing going for them. And even her own people of Terrasen are against her. I loved reading this dynamic and saw how it shapes each character.
Tightrope | The Love Triangle Took a Wrong Turn
I dread reading the finale of this series since I spoiled it for myself. It’s one of my favourites. But yet again, Kelley has pulled the “swap out your lover.” The love triangle in the story actually works, and she pulls it off beautifully. But even though I haven’t read this book, I strongly dislike and distrust which lover the main character chooses.
From Now On | The Main Character Only Gets Their Stuff Together in the End
After watching Lada transform into the dragon (figuratively, mind you), I knew she’d be one hell of an opposing force for Radu and Mehmed. I love how she brutally severs the ties with them.
Like always, if you aren’t up to doing this post, you don’t have. If you do, link back to my post! I always love reading everyone’s responses. More importantly, have fun!