Merry Christmas everyone! I told you guys on Thursday that the Christmas Song Book Tag would be my last Christmas tag for the year, but Sam @Fictionally Sam tagged me in something so yeah it’s Christmas. Sooooo, here is the Christmas Dinner Book Tag!
- Give Credit to the creator: Sam @ Fictionally Sam
- Answer the Questions (duh)
- Tag your friends!
The Invested Aunt: A Character’s romantic relationship you are deeply invested in
This is the first question and I already strugle. I’m not the one to be super invested in someone’s love life, so I absolutely can’t answer this question.
The Controlling Mom: A Character that takes control of every situation
I think Rowan Whitethorne from Throne Of Glass. He seems to have everything under control.
The Drunk Uncle: A book that was just all over the place
If this is supposed to be a bad thing I should go with The Raven Boys since I literally didn’t understand one single bit of the story.
The Snoozing Grandpa: A Book you just keep falling asleep on
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho. I hated this book so incredibly much that I quit after listening for one hour. Wow, what a boooooooooooring book.
The Nosey Grandma: A Character who stays in everybody else’s business
I coul copy Sam’s answer, but Cook from An Ember In The Ashes stays in everyone’s business as well.
The Bored Kid: A Character that you are just over already
Unpopular opinion time, but Eliza from Eliza And Her Monsters. She makes me dislike that book SO MUCH. I know she has anxiety, but it was not the book for me. Disclaimer: this is NOT an attack on people suffering from anxiety, Eliza just didn’t work for me.
The Show-off Cousin: A Book that isn’t what it claims to be
Behind Her Eye by Sarah Pinborough. What the actually f**k was I reading?! I expected a thriller, but all I got was a boring, very overrated chicklit. No need to explain why that one went to the DNF pile.
The Awkward Date: A Character you don’t even know why is there
Uhhhh Redvenko in Crooked Kingdom. Like that whole book was a miss for me, even though Six Of Crows was a hit.
The Spoiled Sibling: A Character that gets whatever they want
Yuuuuuuup, I have to go with Sam on this. Dudley Dursley. No explanation needed.
The Mid-life Crisis Dad: A Book that switched covers in the middle of the series
If I have to pick a Dutch edition, I have to go with Throne Of Glass. They kept the original covers for the first two books but swiched with Heir Of Fire. For an English edition I have to pick An Ember In The Ashes again.
As it’s already Christmas and barely anyone will probably be blogging today, I am not tagging anybody specifically.