The 1989 Book Tag
I love Taylor Swift. If you have me on twitter then you would probably know that. I think she is pretty amazing. I have seen her 3 times in concert before and I am seeing her again in December. Anyway, I saw this tag pop up and I knew that I had to do it. So here it is.
The 1989 Book Tag was created by the lovely Reviews from a Bookworm. (and I am very happy she did.) Song lyrics match up to questions. The songs used are from her most recent album 1989 (which I must say, that I adore).
You can want who you want, boys and boys and girls and girls.
1. A book with LGBT theme
For this I had to go with the Mortal instrument series by Cassandra Clare – because Alec and Mangus, my heart. They are just perfect together. They may not be the main characters but they do steal the show a lot fo the time.
You can tell me when it’s over if the high was worth the pain.
2. A book that hit you right in the feels… but was totally worth it.
Paperweight by Meg Haston gave me so many feels. All I wanted to do to the main character was hug and hold her tight. I cried a little bit – but I cry at so many things that I am not surprised. You can read my review here.
I’m a nightmare dressed like a daydream.
3. A book that you hated but you loved the cover
An inheritance of Ashes by Leah Bobet. Okay I didn’t hate this book but I didn’t love it. The cover though is gorgeous. You can check out my review here.
I’ve got a blank space baby and I’ll write your name.
4. Your latest book boyfriend/girlfriend
We never go out of style.
5. A timeless classic that you love
The rest of the world is black and white, but we were in screaming colour.
6. A book which had vivid world building.
I haven’t read that many books recently that had amazing world building, which makes me really up upset. Because world building is my best friend. But The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer. Cinder starts the world off well and as the series goes on, it gets bigger, better and more frightening.
The monsters turned out to be just trees.
7. A book where things weren’t exactly how they seemed.
There is no questions asked, We Were Liars by E. Lockhart is the book for this. If you have read it you will know what I mean. You have no idea what to believe, who to believe, if anything is really happening. You can read my review here.
You were all I wanted… but not like this.
8. A book you were eagerly anticipated, but ended up being disappointed by.
I loved My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick so I was really excited when What I Thought was True was coming out but I ended up being a little disappointed. I liked it but didn’t love it.
The haters gonna hate…
9. A book/series that everyone seems to love but you can’t help but hate.
Okay, so I don’t hate these books. But I couldn’t think of another series. I don’t really like the Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Mass. In saying that I have only read the first book and I am planning to read the whole series before November. I actually really like Sarah’s writing and the world that she started to build. I enjoyed the characters and the plot. However I really disliked the romance aspect – I really don’t like love triangles and I know things that happen further on in the series – anyway.
10. A book/series you love but everyone else seems to hate.
I wish you knew I’ll never forget you as long as I live.
11. A book/series you know you will always love.
I would say Harry Potter but I want to do something different, because you know me I would always choose Harry Potter. But I think I will always love The Pushing the Limits Series by Katie McGarry. It’s amazing and beautiful and I wish it would go on and on.
I wish you were right here, right now
12. An upcoming release you wish you could have right now!
Now we’ve got bad blood, you know it used to be mad love.
13. A character you once loved but grew to hate.
Did you have to do this, I was thinking that you could be trusted.Did you have to ruin what was shiny, now it’s all rusted.
14. An author you haven’t forgiven for the things they did to your favourite characters/books.
Cough…Cough. J.K Rowling, enough said.
I can see the end as it begins.
15. A book that was far too predictable.
I cannot think of anything at the moment – maybe Gambit by C.L Denault – but I still reallt enjoyed the book. You can read my review here.
Nothing lasts forever but this is getting good now.
16. A book/series that you wish could have gone on forever.
That’s how it works, that’s how you get the girl.
17. One of your favourite books where they ‘got the girl’
In darkest screams, in wildest dreams, I never dreamed on this.
18. A book that completely shocked you.
Loves a fragile little flame it could burn out.
19. A book you thought you loved but quickly came to hate.
Something happens when everybody finds out.See the vultures circling dark clouds.
20. A book you didn’t want to be seen reading.
The drought was the very worst, when the flowers that we’d grown together died of first.
21. When the wait between books made you forget everything that happened.
Any books! Unless I start the series late and read the book just before the next book comes out.
By morning, gone was any trace of you, I think I am finally clean.
22. A book/series you wiped from your memory.
And Done. I tag you!!!! Anyone can do this. That was tough and long. I hope you enjoyed. You can find me on twitter at @angel_reads and on facebook and also on Instagram at angelreads. Subscribe to my email through the sidebar or follow me on bloglovin’ to keep up to date