What am I reading these days?Understanding Society AKA my second Sociology textbook. Indian Sociologists is such a fun chapter, y’all.
Hello everyone, I’m back- *muffled screaming from beneath an enormous pile of textbooks, notebooks and project files* -with a fantastic new book tag!
I’m afraid my posts are going to be irregular till February, because my finals start in a couple of weeks, and until then, my days are filled with notebook submissions, class tests, projects, presentations… you get the idea. And of course, we have the entire year’s syllabus for the finals. In conclusion, I’m panicking
way too much a little right now. *Laughs nervously*
Since I’m not going to be reading any new books until March, I will stick to my favourite kind of posts – book tags! I found this delicious tag over at Paper Procrastinators!
🥞 THE RULES 🥞
- Link back to the original creator in your post.
- Feel free to use any of these pancake graphics in your post, or create your own!
- Tag 5 other people at the end of your post, and let them know you’ve tagged them.
I love this book so, so much. Everything is so well described, and the emotions are so intense, it’s truly heartbreaking. It will break you down, shatter you, and leave your heart feeling heavy.
Yes, it’s the one and only Percy Jackson, the Son of Poseidon and all-round Seaweed Brain. Also, the most sassy, hilarious, clever and adorable guy in existence. At least, I wish he existed.
I have only one thing to say – this book made me cry. Like actually, really cry. The whole book was such a devastating rollercoaster of emotions, it breaks my heart all over again every single time.
Yay, it’s good old Percy Jackson again!!! No amount of re-reading is enough for this series, and I can always rely on it to make me feel better. Rick Riordan’s writing is the absolute best.
I just read A Song of Ice and Fire for the seventh time, and I’m glad to inform it’s still brilliant. It has all my favourite things – beheading, murder, treachery, competing for the throne, behind-the-scenes betrayal, innumerable wars, double-crossing alliances, and plot twists on every other page. Speaking of which, when is A Dance With Dragons coming out??? I NEED TO READ THAT BOOK NOW.
Draco Malfoy is one of my favourite Harry Potter characters, partially because he’s a Slytherin, but mainly because of his amazing transformation. He goes from annoying git to cunning genius with a conscience, and I love that. Here’s my very passionate rant about him.
Genuine Fraud actually kept me guessing until the very end. It’s written in a very unique way, and left me feverishly turning the pages to get to the bottom of it all. The ending was very unexpected and the entire plot in general was unpredictable and thrilling. If you haven’t read it yet, you should pick it up immediately!
Nope, nothing. Either I ship characters with all I have from the very beginning, or I’m never enthusiastic about them.
This one is pretty self-explanatory, Dolores Umbridge is a nasty, vicious, manipulative, sneaky, lying, yucky toad who deserves to be a Squib. She’d make even the Giant Squid recoil in horror. Who am I kidding, we all know the Giant Squid is a much better person than that ghastly hag.
Ah, all that insulting makes me feel so much better. It’s cathartic.
Damn, this book is just wow. Not only does it have an excellent plot, it also has diverse characters, yay! This is true representation. The protagonist is a gay guy, and there’s a bisexual POC!!! Fabulous, isn’t it? If you haven’t read this book, just put down whatever you’re doing and read it already!
Anddd, I’d like to tag:
Samhitha @ TheBookaholic
Pam @ Pam Who Cried Books
Mani @ Mani’s Book Corner
Zenobia @ ThatZenBlog
Karla @ Another Bookworm
And you, if you’re feeling particularly hungry and in want of some nice, warm pancakes.
Who’s your favourite witty character? Who’s your least favourite one? What’s your most comforting read? Tell me everything!