- Copy/paste the rules and the tag logo
- Thank whoever nominated you, and don’t forget to link to their blog
- Come up with a book for each bug category
- Nominate as many or as little bloggers as you’d like
Thank you so much Shari from The YA Book Monster for creating and tagging me in this wonderful and creative tag! It sounds like so much fun and I’m so excited to be doing it!
Butterfly: A Cover You Found Most Aesthetically Pleasing
Ant: A Book/Series That Had In Your Opinion, Incredibly Strong Writing
I have to agree with Shari on this one, The Raven Boys series by Maggie Stiefvater definitely has some of the strongest writing I have ever read before. The characters especially as they are so deep and are well rounded. And it isn’t just the characters, the magic and the whole world Stiefvater has created for this series is so stunning and surreal
Moth: A Book That Had You Up at All Hours of the Night
Caraval by Stephanie Garber didn’t have me up that late, but a whole lot later than normal for me. I stayed up until 1:30 in the morning finishing up this one. Caraval by Stephanie Garber is definitely one of the most magical books I have ever read and one of my favorite reads of 2016.
Fly: A Character That Really Bothered You
Alina in Leigh Bardugo’s Grisha Trilogy. I felt Alina’s character was very self absorbed and she was constantly complaining. Definitely not my favorite heroine, honestly I wanted to smack her upside the head and tell her no, like please…stop.
Bee: A Book That Has Had A Lot of Buzz, Either Recently or in the Past
Since You’ve Been Gone by Morgan Matson has had many many great reviews. I’ve heard so many wonderful things about it and I cannot wait to read it. I still need to along with The Unexpected Everything.
Firefly: A Book That Makes You Light Up, Which You Always Want to Bring Up
Flea: A Book That Hasn’t Been Released Yet and You’re Itching to Read It
ACOTAR 3 for sure. A Court of Mist and Fury was definitely the second best book I read in 2016 besides Caraval and I know ACOTAR 3 will be just as good as ACOMAF if not better. Seriously, I cannot wait to read more about Rhys, the other courts and Feyre’s badassery abilities.
Cockroach: A Villain You Despised Who Had Your Skin Crawling
Definitely Amarantha from Sarah J Maas’ A Court of Thorns and Roses. Amarantha was flat out evil, not a hint of goodness and she was just a plain old evil female villain who was just horrible. She tortured people is ways that definitely gave me the shivers.
BONUS: Do you have any books with bugs on the cover? Share it!
Thanks for reading guys! I hope you enjoyed this tag! If you didn’t get tagged, feel free to do this tag, it is lots of fun!