Tags are such fun little things but I haven’t participated in a tag for more than a year, or even longer! And I definitely haven’t participated in a book tag, so when I saw this Chris Pratt book tag on Melisa’s blog WorldofBooks, I decided to do more tags. And what better way to start than with Chris Pratt!?
1. Guardians of the Galaxy: Your favorite ensemble
Harry, Ron & Hermione
This was probably the easiest answer in this whole book tag because Harry, Ron and Hermione are awesome! Each have their strengths and weaknesses but together, they are a force to be reckoned with!
2. Andy Dwyer: A character or book you can’t help but love despite their flaws
The Throne of Glass series is all about the personal growth for Celaena Sardothien. For the lack of a better word, Celaena is flawed in the beginning of the series, and despite those flaws, I still love her!
3. Anna Faris: Your OTP (fav couple)
Lara Jean & Peter
I simply can’t get over how cute Lara Jean and Peter are in the To All the Boys I’ve Ever Loved series. It’s literally sickening how much I adore them and I kind of wish there was a followup book for them.
4. Chris Evans : Your Brotp
Wade & Aech
To those who have read Ready Player One know that this choice is special. I like this friendship between Wade and Aech a lot! It is also a very subtle brotp which makes it even cooler among the other book friendships.
5. Jurassic World: a badass character
Surviving on Mars and keeping your humor while doing it, makes Mark Watney the most badass character out there! And all the science skills he has in The Martian make him even cooler.
6. The Lego Movie: A book that doesn’t get enough recognition
The Bone Season
This was a difficult choice because I’m well aware of my addiction towards popular books. But I haven’t seen that much of The Bone Season out there, so I thought this dystopian fantasy would be perfect for this category.
7. Transformation: Best character development
Did you think I’d go without mentioning Outlander? I would never! For me, Jamie Fraser’s transformation in book 1 was a very subtle journey towards a more caring and loving man.