Lover book tag

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1- I forgot that you existed :

A Book from your childhood that you don’t remember anything about

♪ it isn’t love, it isn’t hate, it’s just indifference ♪

I remeber the books I read in my childhood, so instead I picked a book I read and don’t remember much about, I can’t even remeber one of the main chatacters’ name, this is one of first YA Contemporary that I read. I’m sure I liked a lot I gave it 5 stars, but I hardly remember anything that happend in it.

2- cruel summer :

the worst book you’ve read this summer.

♪ it’s blue, the feeling I’ve got and it’s… it’s a cruel summer ♪

I read Truthwitch this in May and it was disappointing, I guess I expected something different, it was in my TBR for a long time, maybe since I created a GR account, if I did read it at that time I think I would have enjoyed it more.

3- lover :

a bookish relationship that’s perfect exactly like it is.

♪ can we always be this close forever and ever ♪

I’m going to go with my two all time favorite couples, Clace and Feysand, both of these ships are perfect, they’re the kind of couples that makes you believe in love when you see them.

4- The MAn :

a book with a badass female main character.

♪ if I was a man, then I’d be the man ♪

My instant thought was Celena from Throne Of Glass series, but I tried to think of someone else and I remembered Lia from The Remnat Chronicles, she is a princess that fle on her wedding because she never met the man she was going to marry and she started working, she never complained, even though she never worked before, and as when see Lia go through the journey she turn into a badass.

5- The Archer :

a book with a great character development.

♪ I see right through me ♪

Juliette go through a major character development, I’m not counting Destroy me because I think it completely shattered all the development the characters had, and after I read it I didn’t want to complete the series.

6- i think he knows :

your fictional crush.

♪ he got my heartbeat skipping down 16th Avenue ♪

Ken Kaneki from Tokyo Ghoul, he is so sweet and he is a bookworm.

7- miss americana & the HEARTBREAK prince :

a book set in high school.

♪ waving homecoming queens, marching band playing, I’m lost in the lights ♪

I rarely read books set in high school.

(The Ghost Bird ) by C.L. Stone this is the only one I can think of at the moment

8- paper rings :

a book with a happy ending.

♪ I like shiny things, but I’d marry you with paper rings ♪

Dark Harmony (The Bargainer #3) by Laura Thalassa, I got hooked in this trilogy when I first started it June, the ending wasn’t as good as I had hoped for but it is satisfying .

9- cornelia street :

a setting you’ll never forget.

♪ “I rent a place on Cornelia Street,” I say casually in the car ♪

The Shadow world in the shadowhunters chronicles, I read so many books in this world so I don’t think it possible for me to forget it.

10- death by a thousand cuts :

a book that broke your heart.

♪ I can’t pretend that it’s okay when it’s not ♪

Heartless, I saw it coming, and I still cry so much, it is such a beautiful book. the romance and the character development was amazing .

11- london boy :

a setting that plays a big role in the story.

♪ show me a gray sky, a rainy cab ride ♪

I feel like all fantasy setting do play a big role in the story, any fantasy book cloud work for this question. I’m choosing The Lunar Chronicles for this one , I think the world setting is unique and at first I didn’t think it would work but I was pleasantly surprised of how well it did, I was hesitated to picked this series, specially because the first book is a retelling of Cinderella and growing up I hated that fairy tale.

12- soon you’ll get better :

a book that made you cry.

♪ what am I supposed to do if there’s no you? ♪

Clockwork Princess hit me with feels I may have cried through half the book. This book wrecked me.

13- false god :

a book with a well written sexy scene.

♪ I know heaven’s a thing, I go there when you touch me, honey ♪

The fact that Julian and Emma’s relationship is forbidden somehow makes it more sexy than it actually is, I guess maybe because I love how well Cassie writes about forbidden love.

14- you need to calm down :

a book featuring an lgbt romance .

♪ shade never made anybody less gay ♪

in The Bane Chronicles we see a lot of lovers that Magnus have been with.

15- afterglow :

a great second chance romance.

♪ why’d I have to break what I love so much? ♪

I don’t know what to say about this book, I prefer the first book, the beginning of this one bored me a little, it gets better as we get to the middle.

16- me! :

Your all time favorite book.

♪ I promise that you’ll never find another like me ♪

this is one of my recent favorites,I love this so much last year I read it twice, and I’m planning to reread it this year too.

17- it’s nice to have a friend :

your favorite friends to lovers book.

♪ something gave you the nerve to touch my hand ♪

I don’t like Friends-to-lovers trope, this is one of the rare exceptions, I also like it in The Bargainer series and The Dark Artifices.

18- daylight :

a book with a postive message.

♪ you gotta step into the daylight and let it go ♪

“I had absolutely no interest in being somebody else’s muse.
I am not a muse.
I am the somebody.
End of fucking story.”
― Daisy Jones

I think this book has a lot of meaningful messages.

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Throne Of Glass // Review

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Throne Of Glass by Sarah J. Maas

This is my second time reading it, I want to continue on with this series, I have only read the first 3 books, rereading this made me realize how much I have loved and miss it, I also noticed some similarities between this and ACOTAR.

The premise is what intrigued me to pick this up the first time, and it was executed perfectly, I loved rereading so much and it reminded me of how much I adored it.


Celaena is a fascinating character, and she had been through so much, which is what made her seem insensitive and savage, despite that she still show her joyful and caring side which is wonderful to see. I personally think this book is a great first book and it set the rest of the series quite beautifully, it gave an excellent impact.

During my first time reading this I overlooked what a man-whore Dorian is, I like him with Celaena so maybe that is part of the reason, uhh I usually dislike any character that is written like that so I don’t know why I didn’t notice it much, all though he is a decent guy despite looking at every woman that came close to him. And he does have the potentials to be a much better king than his father, I can not fathom how different Dorian is from his horrible father, his father literally is the worst, and there is Dorian and he is so sweet. I noticed Celaena sharing personal stuff about her past to Dorian and she doesn’t seem to realize till the words are already out of her mouth which leads me to believe she trust him, and when Chaol asks her about anything she try to dodge his questions.

Chaol he was mean and tough on Celaena till the end of this book, I enjoyed them teasing each other a lot, I understand how low he thinks of her, and that she kills anyone without remorse, by the end he starts to understand a bit the cause of her actions, I have LOVED when he subconsciously took the sword and killed Cain with it, that scene made me like him more.

There weren’t much world building in this one based on the fact that magic vanished like 10 years ago, but I did like the things that we got, it fits with the story, I enjoyed seeing Celaena figuring out what the symbols mean and how she fought Cain while she had Poison in her system, he almost killed her and she would have died if she didn’t had help, but that doesn’t make her less of a strong warrior.

Did you read this series? Did you finish it? What are your thoughts about it?

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City Of Lost Souls // Review

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City Of Lost Souls by Cassandra Clare

This my second time reading this, I enjoyed it as much the second time if not more. It the most difficult books I read in this series due to the events that occurs, it makes me so emotional, it’s my second favorite in the series, my top fav 1 is City of Heavenly Fire.

there is SPOILERS! 

The plot was very interesting, I’ve never read a plot where two people are linked and one of them controls the other, I’ve watched something were two people are linked physically so if one of them bled the other will two, but nothing like this. the first 50 pages were a bit slow but after that the pace is quite good.

Isabelle isn’t being herself here she is usually strong and doesn’t care about a stupid boy’s opinion of her, here she is really struggling, first time I Hated her character here; she wasn’t the character that I knew and loved, she was being stupid and petty, like any typical female main character that all of us have read and hated, now I realize that she struggling with her inner insecurities, she had just lost her brother and needed comfort and the person she wanted to comfort her was comforting someone else.

Lots of people says Clary’s acts were foolish but I totally understand where her actions were coming from, if I were her I would have done a lot more foolish stuff, her boyfriend–the love of her life had died and she made a wish to bring him back after that he was possessed by a demon and the wish is the reason he was vulnerable in the first place, so her act make sense she half blames herself for what happens and she just got him back, and get lost somewhere with her brother.

Simon is less irritating here, even though I still strongly dislike him. Alec is definitely on his worst behavior here, for the life of me I couldn’t understand why he meets with Camilla and wants to shortens Magnus’s life, like this is the most selfish decision anyone can makes, he was being jealous and unbelievable.

Sebastian was hard for me to hate, he is the best villain in the series, and one of my fav villains ever, he is realistic and was raised by two mad parents, both were evil, so it makes sense he turned out the way he did, his love for his sister is disgusting and disturbing. Jace wasn’t being himself for majority of the book so it’s hard to talk about him, my heart was aching for him for the entire book, especially chapter 17 when he became himself because of the wound and the epilogue.

Despite the shitty things that happen I still adore this book, because even though most of the characters weren’t being themselves, they were dealing with loss and they were a bit overworked due to looking for their brother and overthinking of the things that could happened to him. and I think it pretty realistic.

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Top 10 Tuesday // Extraordinary Book Titles

Hello Beautiful Readers!!

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.

This week is topic is Extraordinary Book Titles, here is my list. There were so many titles I liked so it was hard to narrrow it down

1- A Court of Frost and Starlight (A COURT OF THORNS AND ROSES #3.1) by Sarah J. Maas

I like this whole series’ titles but this is my favorite title out of all of them, I like how unique it is.

2-To Kill A Kingdom by Alexandra Christo

I like how when you first read the title you immediately know it has a dark vibe.

3- Chain of Gold (THE LAST HOURS #1) by Cassandra Clare

4- Ash Princess (ASH PRINCESS TRILOGY #1) by Laura Sebastian

5- A Curse So Dark and Lonely (CURSEBREAKERS #1) by Brigid Kemmerer

6- And I Darken (THE CONQUEROR’S SAGA #1) by Kiersten White

7- Crown of Coral and Pearl (CROWN OF CORAL AND PEARL #1) by Mara Rutherford

8- Children of Blood and Bone (LEGACY OF ORÏSHA #1) by Tomi Adeyemi

9-Archenemies (RENEGADES #2) by Marissa Meyer

10- A Conjuring of Light (SHADES OF MAGIC #3) by V.E. Schwab

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Fav Quotes #131

“He thinks he’ll be remembered as the villain in the story. But I forgot to tell him that the villain is usually the person who locks up the maiden and throws away the key. He was the one who let me out.” 

― Sarah J. Maas, A Court of Mist and Fury