Thank you so much @ Booksinneed for nominating me for this award. You were the first person to leave a comment on one of my reviews and one of my first followers! You guys should go check out Booksinneed because you won’t regret it.
Here are the rules:
- Share the link of the blogger who has shown love to you by nominating you
- Answer the questions
- Nominate some of your fellow bloggers
- Ask them 3 questions at the end
If you could only read one book for the rest of your life, what book would it be?
This was a really hard question to answer because I have so many favorite books. I would choose Bloodlines by Richelle Mead. I was going to choose City of Bones by Cassandra Clare but I didn’t want to repeat characters or reasons. Over the past three years I have always found the time to reread this book. It is the first book in the spin-off series of Vampire Academy.
I relate to Sydney Sage in so many ways. Adrian was also my second favorite character in Vampire Academy. This book can get a bad rep because of its cover but, unpopular opinion here, I love the covers. Richelle Mead’s writing style had matured since her previous YA series.
If you could meet one fictional character (dead or alive), who would it be?
Since Cassandra Clare is one of my favorite writers this might be an obvious choice. I would choose Will Herondale. And you thought I would choose Jace. Although I do love Jace without Will there would be no Jace.
Will Herondale is a dream. He is ever so loyal and trusting to those he loves. He has a passion for books that would get us lost in conversation for hours on end. And Without Will where would be our Jace Herondale.
What evil character would you want to be in any fictional book?
I would want to be Ridley Duchannes from the Beautiful Creatures series. Ridley does become a better person later on, but when she is particularly evil she has the best comebacks. I just lover her as a character and it would be really cool to be her.
My questions are:
- If you could only take 3 books to college/university, what would they be?
- What is your go-to genre after a reading slump?
- What has been your favorite book this year?