Hi everyone, how are you?! Wednesday, half of the week has gone by -not like I’m always counting down for the weekend…well okay, I AM. How was your week so far? What are you reading?
Today, thanks to the PERFECT Kat @ Life and Other Disasters, I get to talk about books, while I talk about MY FAVORITE TV SHOW of all times. Friends. I know all of the episodes by heart, and I can’t stop watching. EVER. It’s just so good. Well, I’m going to stop there, otherwise I will talk about that show for DAYS. So, let’s get started…
THE ONE WHERE EDDIE WON’T GO – A CHARACTER I WISH WOULD JUST GO AWAY:
As much as I loved The Beginning of Everything, I have to say that, now thinking back about it, Cassidy annoyed me SO MUCH. At the beginning, it was okay, but towards the end, I don’t know, it just, wasn’t okay anymore.
THE ONE WHERE ROSS AND RACHEL TAKE A BREAK – FAVORITE BREAK UP SCENE:
I already talked about that series a lot, before, but I couldn’t think about any other book with a perfect break-up scene. It’s the last book of the series His Dark Materials, and, even if it broke my heart, it was only fair and normal, so I guess I’ll put this as my favorite. Even if it did HURT A LOT.
I think I’m going to go with PS. I still love you. Jenny Han knows how to write cute romances, and you can be sure I’ll be screaming at my book saying, KISS.
For that one, I’ll have to say Ignite Me. I think the book was really, really good, and some Warner and Juliette and YES PLEASE I LOVE THAT. Erm, sorry. So I was saying, that book was really good…
THE ONE WITH A BLACKOUT – A SCENE I’D LIKE TO FORGET:
Ohh, so many things that broke my little heart, and that I wish didn’t happen… I could say, If he had been with me: that ending, it broke my heart. Or Eleanor & Park, because, well, that ending, it BROKE MY HEART in all caps. I would like to mention one particular scene in Allegiant. And just ask, WHY.
I’m not going to take “emotional” as in “made me bawl like a big baby for days”, because I couldn’t think of anything, so I’m going to take The 5th wave, and tell that it didn’t make me “emotional”, in the sense that I felt like it was a good story, but I wasn’t crazy about it, unlike a lot of people.
THE ONE WHERE JOEY DOESN’T SHARE FOOD – A BOOK YOU WON’T EVER LEND:
Hm, how about, NONE OF MY BOOKS? I’m a little scared to lend my books, because, well, what if they –no, it’s even too scary to think about. Books are my babies, I’m overly protective of them, but I’m okay with it.
A BILLION thumbs up to The Summer of Chasing Mermaids. I recently finished that book, and it was all kinds of gorgeous. If you haven’t read it yet, well, you SHOULD.
THE ONE WITH THE ICK FACTOR – A BOOK WITH A PET PEEVE:
I’m NOT into insta-love, at all. I think it’s what bothers me the most, in books, because well that doesn’t happen in real life, does it?! Annoying characters are kind of a no for me, too.
THE ONE WITH THE LESBIAN WEDDING – FAVORITE LGBTQ BOOK COUPLE: