I'm going to say, Pride and Prejudice. After Elizabeth and Mr's Darcy get over their issues, they are the cutest star crossed lovers I've ever read.
Blood bending: a book with a disturbing concept
A book that I've always found disturbing is The Hunger Games. When the book first came out, my initial thought was, disturbing. Although, its a unique concept and I do love reading the book and watching the movies, I just can't get past the fact that these people find entertainment in killing children. Its a hard one for me.
Toph – A character who’s strength surprised you/or surprised the other characters in the book
One of my all time favorite books and one of the reasons I love reading is Sabriel. This girl is thrown into a strange world when her father goes missing. She has to take on the responsibility of the Ambrosen, a necromancer who keeps the dead from walking the world again. Sabriel has to find strength she never knew she had.
The Tales of Ba Sing Se – best short story/poetry collection
I just read The Ice Dragon by George R.R. Martin. Its not part of the Game of Thrones series, but its set in that kind of time. Its a story about a little girl and her relationship with the Ice Dragons. It was so good, my husband picked it up right after I was done and he loved it. It was also a prize for a giveaway I hosted on my Instagram page.
Kioshi Warriors- Best warrior character
My favorite warrior, and some of you might argue with me over this one, but Jamie from Outlander is amazing. He's a Highland Warrior from Scotland. I guess I'm obsessed with the whole book series and the show. I even named my new car (Which is an Outlander :) ) James Alexander Malcolm Mackenzie Fraiser Henderson. We had to add the Henderson to it.
Zuko- Best redemption arc/a redemption arc that should have happened
Beautiful Disaster. Although I haven't read this book yet, it is on my list this week to consume. Its been rated as one of the top redemption books on Goodreads. Hopefully, its as good as everyone says it is.
Iroh- Wisest character
Dumbledoor has to be the wisest characters of all time, although a little strange. Read any of the Harry Potter books and you will get a full brain of Dumbledoor.
Azula: Best downfall
World War z. There is no better way to go out then by a frenzied zombie hoard. It's the worlds downfall. Love it!
Appa- Favorite fictional animal
The Disreputable Dog from Abhorsen by Garth Nix. Another one of my favorite books. This dogs is the coolest. He talks and has free magic and is just the best. A must read.
Aang: Purest cinnamon roll
I really have no idea what this tag means, but I do love a great cinnamon roll. If anyone can enlighten me on what this means, I would be greatly appreciated...
Avatar state: A stubborn character/a character that struggles with letting go
Bella from Twilight. In New Moon, Bella has a brain fart and can't let go of Edward. It was like she went into a comatose state and stopped functioning.
Title: Theater of Spies By: S.M. Stirling Genre: Historical Thriller Pages: 400 Release Date: May 7th, 2019 Publisher: Ace Summary from Goodreads: The second novel in an alternate history series where Teddy Roosevelt is president once more right before WWI breaks out, and on his side is the Black Chamber, a secret spy network watching America's back. After foiling a German plot to devastate America's coastal cities from Boston to Galveston, crack Black Chamber agent Luz O'Malley and budding technical genius Ciara Whelan go to California to recuperate. But their well-deserved rest is cut short by the discovery of a diabolical new weapon that could give the German Imperial Navy command of the North Sea.
Luz and Ciara must go deep undercover and travel across a world at war, and live under false identities in Berlin itself to ferret out the project's secrets. Close on their trail is the dangerous German agent codenamed Imperial Sword, who is determined to get his revenge, and a …
Title: The Girl with all the Gifts Genre: Dystopian
Date: January 26th, 2017 Rating: 6.7/10 IMDB Cast: Sennia Nanua, Gemma Arterton Summary from IMDB: A scientist and a teacher living in a dystopian future embark on a journey of survival with a special young girl named Melanie. IMDB Trailer Review: If this isn't fantastic or what? I loved the book and I'm always a little leary about watching the movie after I loved the book, but this one was worth the watch.
I loved the dystopian zombie world. A bacteria has taken over the minds of those who are infected and they crave human flesh, but the children born with this disease arm mostly alive. They can learn and love, just like any normal child. The only difference is, they still crave flesh.
There are so many twists and turns in the story. It kept me on the edge of my seat. It wasn't really scary like a lot of zombie movies so if you are not a big fan of horror I think you would be safe with the semi freaky movie.
5 out of 5…
Its Monday again. Always Monday. We go through the week and them come back to Monday. They day that I have to myself, or wished I had to myself. Really I share it with everyone. Never time to myself. Never a quiet moment away from people. It makes it hard, since I need my quiet time to rewind and reset for the week. I don't get that. All I get is angry. How am I supposed to feel better if I can't have my quiet time?
On the other side of things, I finally sat down to write. It was a nice day. The sun was shining, there was a cool breeze and an open pick-nick table on my lunch break. Perfect weather for a mid day writing session. Got a lot done on my new manuscript. I'm hoping this one will land me an agent, but we shall see.
Guess what I' reading this week? Ok, you probably already know because of the picture. Exit West. It serves two purposes for me. Its on my shortest books I wanted to read list and also takes care of one of my bingo spots, a book about today's is…