I saw this tag over on Novel Lives (go check out Susan’s blog – she’s very sweet and thoughtful and nice to talk to!) but I’ve been putting it off. Then, I finally watched Avengers: Endgame about a week ago and I am still not okay.
I want to see it again. I loved it but it left me stunned. I have no words – I laughed, I cried, I had goosebumps! – and I just want to watch ALL of the movies all over again! I want to stay in the Marvel universe. Hence, this tag now.
Iron Man – a book that made you laugh out loud – The Hating Game by Sally Thorne
My favorite read of April – it had me laughing and giggling and blushing throughout. Just such a funny, adorable and at times, steamy read!
Captain America – a book that sends a positive message – Stargazing For Beginners by Jenny McLachlan
This was a sweet read! It was fun seeing the protagonist find the courage to reach for the stars and give her all to achieve her lifelong dream.
Thor – a book with a character’s strength you admire – Enchantée by Gita Trelease
Camille, the main female lead, is a very strong and resourceful young woman. I especially admired her loyalty, strength and resilience and how she kept doing everything she could for her family even when it was costing her. Check out my review here.
Black Widow – a book with a kick-ass female protagonist – King of Scars by Leigh Bardugo
This book has not one but at least 3 kick-ass female characters – Zoya, Nina and another one. I can’t wait to read the sequel! Find my review here.
Hulk – a book that made you incredibly angry – An Atlas of Reds And Blues by Devi S. Laskar
This is a very important read, quite out of my comfort zone, but the kind of book everyone should read. Why? Well. Find out why here.
Hawkeye – an underrated book you think more people should pay attention to
I feel that Linda Howard is a very underrated author – don’t get me wrong, there are thousands of other LH fans out there but this author and her books deserve a lot more attention than they do at the moment. I enjoy her writing, the characters, the plots and especially the dynamics between the male and female protagonists in her books, not to mention the suspense and the romance! I can always count on an LH book to get me through a slump.
Loki – a book with a twist or surprise that tricked you
I really didn’t think that was how it would end. I also didn’t expect to enjoy this book as much as I did! Check out my thoughts on this book here.
If you’re reading this and would like to do this tag, consider yourself tagged! Please go ahead, and do link back to me, I’ll check out your post!
Have you seen Avengers: Endgame yet? Are you planning to? No spoilers but was it everything you hoped it would be? Talk to me in the comments below!