Lately, I haven’t been blogging regularly, but I hope to start up again. So it’s another tag post! Sara from Bibliophagist didn’t tag me myself, but I couldn’t resist. You know me. Please don’t forget to follow and visit her blog!
Have fun reading.
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Sadie Hawkins day: First Saturday
a female character who takes her fate in her own hands
I loved reading Riley’s story. She’s thrown into a dangerous life and doesn’t know who to trust, but she somehow takes control of her own life.
Guy Fawkes Night: November 5
a plot that was stopped at the last minute
I expected the entire book to be about the Maia aiming to win the contest. But that plot took a turn that I didn’t see coming. I loved the twist!
Saxophone Day: November 6
a character with an uncommon hobby
Tristan, Séverin’s brother, possesses a plant-based forging talent. So of course, he adores taking care of his plants. I never expected to see that in a YA book.
World Kindness Day: November 13
a villain who is changed by kindness
Nova hasn’t completely changed. She’s still an Anarchist who’s looking for revenge. But I love her internal struggle.
Use Less Stuff Day: November 18
a character who gives up something in their life (i.e. a dream, a possession)
One particular character who I won’t name gives up their treasured possession. And I bloody well bawled when I got to that character arc.
Start Your Own Country Day: November 22
a book with its own land/world
My copy just came in, and I’m freaking. Elfhame may be one of the most intriguing faerie lands I’ve ever read.