Thanks to Jess @ Comfort Reads for tagging me! I’m really excited to do this Christmas-themed tag.
The Partridge Stood Alone In A Pear Tree. What Is Your Favorite Stand Alone?
The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath is one of my favorite novels.
Two Turtle Doves: Love Is In The Air! Who Is Your One True Pairing?
Nishat and Flávia from The Henna Wars by Adiba Jaigirdar. I really liked them together and they made the book so enjoyable!
In The Spirit Of Threes. What Is The Best Trilogy You’ve Read?
I think that Girls of Paper and Fire is a trilogy, though the last book hasn’t come out yet, I loved the first one, and so far I’m loving the second one too.
Since Series Usually Consists of Four Or More Books, What Is Your Favorite Series?
Harry Potter is definitely my favorite series of all time.
One Ring To Rule Them All. Who Is Your Favorite Villain/Antagonist?
I don’t have a favorite villain or antagonist, as I usually don’t like them when I read a book.
Creation Is A Beautiful Thing. What Is Your Favorite World/World-Building?
Lord of the Rings has the best world-building in any book I’ve ever read.
Who Needs Seven Swans When All It Takes Is One Good Animal Sidekick? Who’s Your Favorite?
Salem the cat in Sabrina is sarcastic and very entertaining, and he is my favorite animal sidekick.
Milk Is So 18th Century. Which Book/Series Takes Food/Beverages To A Whole New Level?
The Summer of Jordi Perez (and the Best Burger in Los Angeles) by Amy Spalding fits this category!
Dancing Is Just One Skill Of A Lady. Name Your Favorite Kickass Female Lead.
Isabelle from The Nightingale is a strong and stubborn character who I loved!
What About Your Favorite Leading Lad?
While Dandelion isn’t the lead character from The Witcher, he is a major character in the series and one of my favorites.
What Is Your Favorite Book Or Bookish Thing With A Musical Influence?
While Poet X doesn’t involve music, as it is about poetry and written in free verse, it feels very musical and lyrical in the way it is written.
Drum Roll Please… What Is Your Favorite Book Of This Year?
The Eighth Life by Nino Haratischwili is mostly likely my best book of the year, though it’s not definite .
I’m not going to tag anyone, but if you want to do this tag, then consider yourself tagged by me!