So bookmania176 was evil again and tagged me. With this tag, I have literally no f’ing clue how to answer half of these. So here goes my really crap version of this tag. (By the way still not watched this movie, I know I know. I need to get around to it.)
- Thank the person who tagged you and provide a link to their post!
- Include a link to the creator’s post.
- Include the logo somewhere in the post.
- Find a book/anime/movie/manga/K-Drama/TV show or anything else that fits the prompts below.
- Have fun!
- Tag 5 to 10 people (or more, if you’re feeling like it)
1. The Greatest Show | In Which the Intro is Amazing
Hmm. The OA, that tv show intro was just :O WTF. I need to know more
2. A Million Dreams | In Which Things Get a Little too Dragged
Game of Thrones first book just kept going on and on. I don’t plan on finishing that book series. I struggle a lot with names so when 50+ people are introduced in 5 minutes flat, my brain just goes fuck this I am gone. Watching the TV series helped me with the first book, if I hadn’t watched the first season I would be in lala land with the book.
3. Come Alive | In Which there’s a Nice Plot Twist
Haven. All the plot twists in that TV series were amazing. I still need to finish the show, I have a bad habit of really liking TV shows and not finishing them. It like I don’t want them to be over. (God damn it, now I want to rewatch the show again)
4. The Other Side | In which a Villain Turns into a Good Guy or Vice versa
Oo I got this one. Didn’t even need to melt my brain for this. Wait shit whats the name of the book. (Disappears for 5 minutes) The Target by David Baldacci. I had a feeling all along that the ‘bad’ lady wasn’t bad from the get-go. Just had a feeling. How it ended up sucked but it was a nice twist on the good vs bad grey area.
5. Never Enough | In Which You Hate the Love Triangle.
Do I have to narrow this down? 80% of love triangles suck. Only now and then do you get one that just works and adds to the story, not making the story annoying. The love/friendship triangle in Haven is great. So well done.
6. This Is Me | In Which Representation is Amazing
I am bisexual but funny enough I don’t really come across books with main characters who are bisexual. The End by M. Rose Flores had a bi MC other than that I can’t really think of any. There will be tons out there, I just haven’t read any.
7. Rewrite The Stars | In Which it’s “Us Against the World” (Not Necessarily Romantic)
Honestly, I am drawing a complete and utter blank.
8. Tightrope | In Which the Love Triangle Took a Wrong Turn
The Nine Lives of Chloe King. You know your kiss will kill a human yet you still put him at risk. Your race is slowly, in essence, dying out and you have one of your own kind next to you who has risked his life countless times to save yours. Oh and the human guy is in college and you are in high school still. (Still enjoyed it)
9. From Now On | In Which the Main Character only Gets their Stuff Together in the End
The only book I can think of is Drunk Detective by Mary Jean Curry. But then again it never felt like she got her stuff together.
And like always, I am not going to tag anyone. But if you haven’t done this yet and you want to. Go right ahead.