As a lover of Gilmore Girls, I was incredibly excited to see that there were not one but many (I saw at least 3) book tags involving the show. Today I decided to do one of the easier tags as I have to go to work in an hour and a half and don’t have a whole lot of time on my hands anymore. So, here goes the tag!
A character with a witty or sarcastic sense of humor
Ava from the Firebug Series (duology?) by Lish McBride hands down. She is chock full of sarcasm. Also, Kat from 10 Things I Hate About You because I felt like mentioning a movie character as well. Sue me.
Your favorite classic
I’d have to go with Othello by William Shakespeare for this one because yeah, it’s depressing and messed up and makes me feel some type of way whenever I read it but it is also my absolute favorite.
A book you secretly love but are afraid to admit.
Ummm, I might have to go with an entire type of books for this one and that would be the Amish love stories as I am hopelessly in love with quite a few of them and I almost never want to admit that love. Also, Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard as I feel like it’s become a bit more common not to like that book than it has to love it and yeah, I was very angry with it at first but after that twist of an ending I’ll admit that it holds a place very near and dear to my heart. Also, gonna have to mention the first book in the Vampire Diaries series which is…The Awakening because I’m trash for it though I would never admit it out loud or in public.
A musical character
Baz from Carry On by Rainbow Rowell. He’s not necessarily a musical character but he does play an instrument and I love that about him. I also occasionally daydream about it.
Your first book love
George from Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling and come on, do I really need a reason? He’s George.
A book you’ve devoured
This would have to be a triple tie between Carry On by Rainbow Rowell, Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe by Fannie Flagg, and the first two books in the Lux series by Jennifer L. Armentrout. I finished them all in a day (obviously separate days lmao).
A book you love, that gets the most hate.
Maybe Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard? I haven’t been seeing a lot of people loving on it lately.
A book that was ruined by the hype
Twilight? I spent years not giving this book series even the tiniest bit of a chance because it was so incredibly hyped that I ended up hating it. I’m just now sort of giving it a chance and while I can’t say it’ll ever be my favorite book in the world, it’s not that bad.
An expensive book
I don’t really pay full price for books. Amazon is kind of my go to place next to thriftbooks.com and ebay because I am a very poor reader with a very huge obsession but I’d have to say that the most expensive book I’ve ever bought is probably Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix which I purchased the week it came out at the mall and yeah, it was pretty expensive.
An uptight character
Would it be weird if I said Frodo Baggins? Cause that’s who I’m going with. Also, Bilbo at the start of the Hobbit.
A character death you will never get over
A death sort of happened in Gemina that I’m still not over but I feel like just saying that is a spoiler so I’m gonna run and hide now. Also, a little over half of the deaths in the Harry Potter series. They fucked me up bad. And Commander Root from the Artemis Fowl series. Everytime I read the Opal Deception I cry.
A character who has gone through the most development
Artemis Fowl. He went through so much character growth throughout the Artemis Fowl series it is incredibly unreal.
The rest of the questions in this tag were taken from A Book Lovers Playlist‘s post.
A book with a character who has an accent
Seamus Finnigan. Going with him because I could listen to his voice all day.
A character who is part of a “Team” fandom Ex. Team Jacob or Team Edward
#TeamSpike? I honestly can’t think of a book character that fits this question right now except for maybe #TeamSimon but I am #TeamSimon not out of shipping him with Clary because I really don’t but because I think he’s amazing and yeah, non-ship reasons.
A loyal character
Luna Lovegood. Seriously, Luna is Queen when it comes to loyalty.
A character who always has something to say
Simon Snow. While what he says doesn’t always make the most sense, the guy does say a lot of words.
A quirky character
Bonnie Bennett from The Vampire Diaries. Way more quirky in the books than in the show but she’s still pretty great either way. Also, Sylvie from Firebug (told you I loved that series) who is incredibly quirky.
Babette and Morey
A couple you couldn’t imagine not being together
Outside of Luke and Lorelai? Probably Simon and Baz from Carry On because they match.