In a galaxy far, far away….
I have lots of thoughts and emotions about Star Wars, but I love a lot of the characters so I still wanted to do this tag. I sadly did not have time to put in cute gifs of the characters this time *crying emoji*
I feel like in tags I use the same books over and over so I’m going to try to be different. But, we’ll see.
R2-D2 – a book that made you laugh out loud
Padme Amidala – Kickbutt female character
I was going to put another Mariana Zapata character, but just for y’all I spent time and looked for another book lol.
Lennix Moon Hunter from Kenndy Ryan’s All the King’s Men Duet is awesome. She fights harder than anyone for human rights and knows her worth.
Leia Organa – Best or worst love triangle?
The only love triangle I don’t hate is the one in Cassandra Clare’s Infernal Devices series.
Luke Skywalker – rising star author, a new author you’ve discovered and absolutely love
Anakin Skywalker – a book or series that started out well and then became bad
The Conspiracy of Us series by Maggie Hall started so strong and was very invested right away! But, book two wasn’t as good and by the third book I was over everything.
Qui-Gon Jinn – Worst character death
Book tags need to stop asking this question because I DO NOT SPOIL DEATHS LIKE THIS OKAY.
Han Solo – a book with a lot of sass
Undead Girl Gang by Lily Anderson has some of the best humor I’ve read in a YA book recently.
Emperor Palpatine- Best world Building?
This question does not age well now that Rise of Skywalker is out and there is legit no explanation for something related to Palpatine…
I am so bad at telling if a book has good world building? I am a big fan of An Ember in the Ashes world (it’s terrifying, but Sabaa Tahir writes it so well).
Obi-Wan Kenobi – a book you went in with low expectations and that blew you away
These are my favorite types of books! I will throw it back to my high school days and say Just One Day by Gayle Forman which is one of my all times favorite books, but I randomly picked it up from the library. Also, The Selection by Keira Cass. I knew nothing about it and picked it up because there was a pretty cover. I had no idea it was going to be a series and then had to wait forever for books two and three.
Yoda – a book that taught you something or that made you grow
I’ve been reading a ton of amazing nonfiction this year. So Know My Name by Chanel Miller was so powerful, Catch & Kill by Ronan Farrow was intense, Stamped the Remix by Jason Reynolds was so well done and educational, & The 57 Bus by Dashka Slater was phenomenal.
Thanks for reading! I tag anyone who wants to participate!