Hi everyone! So since i don't have any reviews scheduled for the next couple of days i thought i would so some fun tags! I found this tag @ Crazy For YA and i thought it was super fun and wanted to give it a try so here goes :P
What is your most inexpensive and expensive book? (I'm not taking into consideration ebooks)
Inexpensive would be Angelfall by Susan EE, there was a sale going on + my loyalty card i paid only Rs100!
Most expensive would definitely be Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge! Ever since i saw the cover i was totally obsessed and got this idea in my head that i would own this book in hardcover, obviously they didn't have it here so i had to order it online+shipping it came to about Rs 800, that's really expensive here. (about $23 i think) I don't regret it one bit-it's my guilty pleasure :P
What author do you have a love/hate relationship with?
Tough one! But i'd definitely have to go with Pippa Dacosta! She's one of my absolute favorite authors ever! I love her writing and her books, especially The Veil Series! Her characters are so alive and real and in each book there was an death-worthy cliffhanger! *Thank god i bought the complete box set*! The ending of the veil series didn't finish with the guy i like getting the girl( hence the love-hate although hate is a pretty strong word...) so i'm SUPER bummed about that, still can't get over it but i just can't get enough of this series despite that! Her characters have a way of crawling into your heart and never coming out! Her books mad me want to rip my hair out and cuddle the books to my heart! And now i'm going totally crazy because she started a new series and some of the characters from the veil will be returning! I'm going mad with anticipation!!!!
Anyway here are her books i've read!
What book have you devoured again and again with no shame?
It's a big fat tie between the wicked lovely series by Melissa Marr and the Lux series by Jennifer L. Armentrout! I could reread these books forever!!!
The Wicked Lovely Series (Especially Ink
Exchange and Radiant Shadows) is so gritty and dark and magical-perfection.
The Lux series-do i really need to explain? Let's
just say the "Douche canoe" in the book has me saying "holy alien babies" in a swoon voice most of the time :P
What books have you neglected reading due to laziness?
Okay easy, that would be the harry potter series! I've had the books for as long as i remember and only read the first two, then the movies came along and i never made a move to keep going with the books but i'm always telling myself i have to..but then i just get sidetracked by other books and i just push it to the back of my head until the next time I remind myself i have to read it :P
What book do you talk about most in order to sound like an intellectual reader?
Without a doubt, it would be Game Of Thrones by George R. Martin! Whenever i talk about the events of the book, who betrayed who, who is related to who etc i feel super smart to have remembered the people making up a whole court! Of course sometimes i make mistakes :P
What attributes do you find attractive in male characters?
Okay i'm into bad boys! Dark, passionate, broken and complex, not open open book characters. They can't be the "perfect" guy as in nice with no vice (ooh that's catchy!!!) If they're a little cocky that's fine because they're challenging and funny at the same time! Physical i love neck-length inky black hair and any eye color <3
let's try this combo! i put together a little collage! Damon's looks and cockiness, Maven's broken character, Irial's dark and enticing personality (he is after all the king of the king of the dark court) and Daemon's protectiveness, arrogance, sweetness and looks! *sigh*
What books would you like most to receive as a gift?
Next is Whisper The Dead By Alyxandra Harvey Book 2 of the Lovegrove Legacy! I read book 1 and absolutely LOVED it (find my review here) and now i'm desperately trying to save some money to order it so i can match my paperback of book 1, I am refraining from getting the kindle version :P
And lastly is The Iron Warrior by Julie Kagawa, that cliffhanger in book-i can't even explain it. I've been waiting for more than a year to get this paperback (again to match my collection, i know it's an obsession :P) and since it's just recently come out i'm giving the shop one more month to get it on their own if not i'm emptying my pockets to order it...
Okay well that's it guys! I had so much fun doing this and i tag everyone out there who would like to try this tag out! Let me know in the comments what you think and be sure to comment your links if ever you try this out!