I first heard about this because of the second installment. Back when I was a Disney-loving wannabe, I was obsessed with the show, Shake It Up. You know, the one that had Zendaya and Bella Thorne [who are God knows where now...] Anyway, Zendaya did the book trailer for the second book, From Bad to Cursed, which I have to say is amazing. Bella did one for the third book, but I liked Zendaya's more.
Anyway, this series deals with creepy dolls. That is why it is fave.
95% of the time, if you ask me what my opinion about Cassanda Clare is, I will tell you that I don't like her books. And 95% of the time, that statement rings true. However, this was the last book to the series that I should've never picked up [and ended up devouring while screaming "I HATE THIS"] and guys, it makes me feel both nostalgic and disgusted at the same time.
Winter comes out this year. I've gone to see Marissa Meyer twice and I loved it both times. I'm so sad that this beloved series is coming to an end this year. When it does come out, I'm going to be a non-functioning homosapien.
Also, I might've given this one another chance because "queen of second chances" but something happened with the author [and I] so if I do make a shelf called "HELLA NO" this book will be on it.
[Nova's maturity at it's finest. #SorryNotSorry.]
I struggled with this question a lot. My "favorite" author is never one person. It's like a collection. But since I just read The Remedy and I stated "I will read anything Suzanne Young writes", I'm making her my favorite author for this tag.
NO I WAS NOT OKAY WITH HOW THIS ENDED. I thought it was a standalone and then me and Nick had an awesome DM conversation about it and the FEELS. ALL OF DEM.
Yes, I used Suzanne Young twice, sue me.
This book REALLY made me think.
Simply because it's Kasie West and Kasie West slays all of you.
[I'm using the same caption from my Taylor Swift book tag that was used to describe On The Fence.]
Whenever I think of this book, I get "Just One Yesterday" by Fall Out Boy stuck in my head and I have no idea why.
This book is epic in the whole action thing. Epic, I tell you.
It's like vampires meets Resident Evil [zombies.] Plus, the world building is epic as Julie Kagawa is.
What the hell was that ending? You know those books you should not read unless you have the sequel in your hands? HELLO UNRAVELING.
Definitely an antihero.
Tagging....The person reading this. Hi *waves*
[Also because I have no idea who to tag and being inclusive is good!]