By: Cait Marie
I saw this done by Jemma @Fantastic Books and absolutely had to do it. I watched Brooklyn Nine-Nine for the first time almost two years ago. Since then, I have rewatched it all the way through at least 5-6 times. I’m actually currently watching it again. It quickly became a favorite and is now my go-to, usually when I need something playing in the background while working.
Alright, let’s jump in!
A protagonist that you can’t help but love
Mare Barrow from the Red Queen series by Victoria Aveyard. I know a lot of people in the book community have issues with Mare and the series in general, but I love it!
Review for War Storm.
Strong female character
I feel obligated to say Aelin from the Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas. I know there are a ton of strong females, but she’s the first that comes to mind. She just goes through so freaking much and is such a badass.
Review of Kingdom of Ash.
Favorite book including royalty
Oh, this is so hard! I read so many books with royalty… To avoid using SJM for every category, I’m going to go with Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston. So. Good.
Book that has the best character development
The Shatter Me series by Tahereh Mafi. I will always say this. It seriously just blows my mind how much the story and some of the characters have grown.
Reviews: Shatter Me series (Books 1-3)
Book that was boring at first impression, but turned out to be amazing
Believe it or not, I struggled with the beginning of A Court of Thorns and Roses. That’s why I always tell people to keep going. The book gets better, then book two is just… the best.
Character who provides the best comedy relief in tense moments
Beckett Anderson. My precious Becks. I love him! We first met him in Dating the Boy Next Door as the obnoxious friend everyone loved, who couldn’t help but meddle. Now, he has his own book, Dating Nashville, which is finally out, so you can all read it!
Reviews: Dating My Best Friend (formerly The F Word)
Dating the Boy Next Door (formerly The N Word)
Dating My Nemesis (formerly The C Word)
A character you love, but who could kill you in a second
Rhysand, obviously. Actually, here is my favorite meme that’s perfect for this:
Hitchcock & Scully
Carve the Mark and The Fates Divide by Veronica Roth. I feel like I talk about these books all the time. I really need to re-read them, especially now that Roth has the book of short stories out. There are a couple that go with the duology, I believe.
Review of both books here!
Favorite furry companion
Fleetfoot! I actually don’t read many books with prominent pets, but I do really love Fleetfoot from the Throne of Glass series.
If you do this one, please tag me! I’d love to see your answers.