We Set the Dark on Fire is one of my favorite debuts of last year, so when I saw this original tag done by Leelynn @ Sometimes Leelynn Reads, I knew I had to do it too. But I have been waiting since so that I can post it closer to the day when I read the sequel. I finally finished reading We Unleash the Merciless Storm recently and loved it a lot, so while you guys wait to read my review for it (posting tomorrow), I thought this would be the perfect time for the tag. Hope you enjoy it !!!
- Link back to the tag’s creator (Leelynn @ Sometimes Leelynn Reads)
- Thank and link back to the person that tagged you.
- Feel free to use her graphics or create your own.
- Answer the questions as best as you can. No answer is incorrect!
- Tag some people to do this one.
- Spread. The. Love
- Fangirl with Leelynn on what you thought about this book! *bonus instructions*
Now let’s get started….
Amity from Upright Women Wanted is a badass but she is also a mystery, and you can never guess what she is going to do next. But it’s obvious that she is always strategizing and can get out of any tricky situation unscathed.
Chloe from Get a Life, Chloe Brown is an amazing, beautiful woman entrepreneur in STEM and I was completely in awe of her the whole time I was reading the book.
Alex from Docile is a trillionnaire who is very entitled and just assumes it’s his right to own dociles and treat them however he wants, and mould them into brainwashed robots all the while believing that he is doing them a favor.
Invisible Women is definitely one of the most thought provoking books I’ve read in recent times and just the injustice of everything that’s describes is infuriating and maybe even disheartening at times.
All the scenes in Rebel Hard which involved the families were so relatable and nostalgic to me, and that’s definitely one of the main reasons I loved it so much. And ofcourse, it has an amazing couple too.
The Fever King and The Electric Heir are rebels in their own ways and their strength and resilience in the face of so much adversity is admirable.
As a woman, reading any book about real life sexual harassment/rape or similar matters is tough to read but Catch and Kill was particularly difficult because not only was it about so many women who were assaulted and then silenced, even the whole story about how Ronan was surveiled and tracked was scary as hell and there was just this sense of dread throughout the book.
Michelle Obama herself is an inspiration to millions of us and her book is no different. Listening to Becoming in her voice was a joy and it took me a long time to finish the audiobook because I kept going through it in very small doses so that it doesn’t end.
It’s not exactly that The Unspoken Name betrayed me, but I did have quite a few expectations from it and after reading some wonderful reviews, I thought I would fall in love with it. But alas that wasn’t to happen.
I actually don’t have a real answer for this question because I’m not sure which character deserves to be a deity. But I think Yennefer from The Witcher series might be interested in being one and I’m mostly just picturing Anya Chalotra as a goddess.
I’ve read quite a few emotional books recently but American Love Story was one that was very impactful and it just tugs at your heartstrings in ways you wouldn’t expect. Highly recommend.