Hey, beautiful! Today, I’m back with another book tag for you!
I found this tag in my youtube suggestions sidebar thing, and just thought it was a really quick and fun, so here I am sharing my answers with you.
Oh, and if you want to go and check out the original tag on youtube, it was made by _____, and I really liked it!
1. Dubstep- a book that gets crazy when the plot drops.
The Silence of the Six by E.C. Myers
This book was just so thrilling, and just got my blood pumping. In the beginning nothing really thrilling happens until the main event of the book which is only a couple pages in, so yes!
When the plot drops, its really drops in this book.
I also have a review on this book, if you want to read that afterwards.
2. Pop- a happy book that you can read over and over again.
Never, Always, Sometimes by Adi Alsaid and Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell
I chose Never, Always, Sometimes by Adi Alsaid because I distinctly remember that throughout this whole book, I kept smiling like an idiot, and just awning a lot and just AHH!
And I also chose Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell because it is by far my favourite romance story, and I know that it isn’t that happy because of Eleanor’s father, but the romance was just so cute and adorable, that I would totally re-read it!
3. Rock- a book with a kick-ass group of main characters.
City of Bones by Cassandra Clare and Looking for Alaska by John Green
I was going to go with The Silence of the Six again, but I chose these two!
I think City of Bones is an obvious choice, because c’mon! Shadow Hunters are so kickass! I think that all of the characters in this book were just AHH! Jace, Clary, Isabelle, and Alec are just so outgoing and confident, and badass!
(I also have a review on City of Bones if you want to read that)
I also chose Looking for Alaska because throughout the whole book, we see all the characters grow into these outgoing people that can handle anything. We also see them go through so many adventures and funny moments. Looking for Alaska’s characters are a different type of kick-ass than City of Bones, but they still qualify.
4. Techno- a book with a futuristic vibe.
Illusive by Emily Lloyd-Jones
I guess I’m kind of cheating on this one, because I only got through half of this book, but I think I have enough of an idea about this to say that its futuristic.
It is set in the future -DUH- where some of these kids have powers. Thats all I remember from this book, but I’m planning on picking it up again.
5. Classical- a book that’s set in a historical time period.
I don’t read a lot of historical fiction, so I’m kind of restricted; but I’m reading An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir, and it’s supposed to be set in ancient rome or something (I’m not sure where it takes place, but its really good until now.
6. Country- a contemporary book that has a laid back setting.
Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
Because the question says laid back setting, I chose this one, because it’s such a simple and realistic setting/plot.
You may already know this, but Rainbow Rowell is one of my favourite contemporary authors, so this wasn’t that hard of a decision to make.
7. Rap/Hip hop- a book that’s fast paced and action packed.
The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
I adored this book! It was so fast paced and thrilling that it got me on the tip of my chair flipping the pages to find out what happens.
This is one of the only books that deserve the title of most thrilling.
Much love, Rawan <3…