I’m slowly but surely getting through the draft backlog. I found this tag at Sweaters and Raindrops and, as I always love a little dabble in astrology, I decided to give it a go.
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Name a book you’ve read that was full of fire, desire and passion
Starr’s passion and drive for justice in the face of great adversity makes this book a must-read.
Name a book you’ve read that was beautifully written
Beautiful writing is synonymous with Winternight.
Name a book you’ve read that featured twins
The Wolcott twins are extremely memorable and, with a cast of characters like Wayward Children’s, that’s saying something.
Name a book you’ve read that was a real tear-jerker
Watching Queenie fall apart before me was utterly heartbreaking and I just want her to be okay after everything she’s been through.
Name a book you’ve read that featured courageous characters
My star sign!
Spensa is an incredibly brave character but so is the rest of Skyward Flight and the DDF for facing an enemy they know next to nothing about and protecting their small planet to the death.
Name a book you’ve read that was pure perfection
This is the most perfect book for a classic literature nerd like me, as well as being excellently written and wonderfully funny.
Name a book you’ve read that was neither good nor bad
Whether you’re a RWBY fan or not, you’ll find the action and the characters entertaining but it’s not exactly groundbreaking or edge-of-your-seat stuff.
Name a book you’ve read that was dark and mysterious
Two words that perfectly describe Certain Dark Things.
Name a book you’ve read that was full of adventure
Adventure on the open sea with two con men who have no idea what they are doing is the best kind of adventure!
Name a book you’ve read that made you think
This made me really consider my own mortality. It even made me look up local natural burial sites and plan out how I’d like to be buried. Talking about this book makes people choke on their coffee but this is worth talking about, no matter who you are.
Name a book you’ve read that was really quirky
This is a wonderfully quirky take on the usual medieval fantasy and Nimona herself is quirky incarnate.
Name a book you’ve read that was very imaginative
This is an excellent take on the horror genre, providing jabs at the sillier cliches and completely turning the reader’s expectations on their head.
I tag anyone who likes checking their horoscope every once in a while (or more).
I hope to see you again very soon.