Thursday, December 18, 2014

The Seven Deadly Sins Tag

I've been tagged in a few of these tags before but I've never participated this time I was nominated by Michelle at Unraveling Books and these questions were too fun to pass up! 

Envy: What Book Would You Most Like To Receive As A Gift?

I really want to read Dead of Winter by Kresley Cole and A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas!

Gluttony: What Book Have You Devoured Over And Over Again With No Shame?
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald it's the only book I try and read every year.

Greed: What Is Your Most Inexpensive Book?
Probably the freebies I find on Amazon or library books.  

Lust: What Attributes Do You Find Attractive In A Male/Female Character?
I like terrible characters that have a whole host of problems you think they don't have a chance in hell of solving. A really, truly, lost cause. I don't think I find that attractive but it is fun to read about.

Pride: What Book Do You Most Talk About In Order To Sound Like An Intellectual Reader?
The classics! I generally like reading classics though so it isn't like I'm trying to sound intellectual. I just like talking about books and those happen to be books that people recognize. 

Sloth: Which Book Have You Neglected Reading Due To Laziness?
The Game of Thrones by George RR Martin. I really liked the show so I bought the first book but I didn't even make it through the prologue. It just felt too long and I often struggle to get through High Fantasy so I just got lazy and stopped trying. 

Wrath: What Author Do You Have A Love/Hate Relationship With?
Julie Kagawa. I loved the last book in her Iron Fey series but thought the rest of the series and everything else I've read from her has been mediocre...but her mini dragon statues are so cute! See, it's totally love/hate.

I am going to tag:
Olivia-Savannah @ Olivia's Catastrophe
Haley @ Ya-Aholic


  1. I really want to read ACOTAR too! It looks amazing. :) I also like reading books with lost causes as characters. They usually grow quite a bit!

  2. I LOOOVEEE The Great Gatsby so much! :)

    I've only read one series by Julie Kagawa, I wantt to read her vamp series before I read Talon.

    Amber Elise @ Du Livre

  3. This is such a creative tag, oh lord! Classic literature is always important, so it's great to be in touch with that side of the world, even though this part of the blogosphere is so YA oriented, haha! I love Julie Kagawa too, and I agree, I thought The Iron Fey was just okay, except for the last one. But it turns out I loved Talon <3

    Vivaciously, Vivian

  4. Thanks so much for tagging me! I have actually already done this tag, but it is always fun to read other peoples answers! I have recently read The Great Gatsby only a few days ago and I liked it. It's nice to have one book you try rereading. I am actually reading Game of Thrones now, but I know it will take me a long time to get through :P And I also drop a lot of classics to sound smart, even though I have never tried to purposely sound smart yet :P