fixes damaged objects
A book that needs some serious fixing: Cameron Jace – Grimm Diaries prequel 1-6. The whole concept of this was great, but there were so many mistakes (even I could see them!) There were also some strange things, like the Death talking with ‘yo, told ya’ and ‘WTF’
creates a narrow beam of light
A book that deserves more attention: A.C Gaughen – Scarlet. I feel like I repeat myself over and over again, but this book is great. I hope it will get more attention because it’s a series now.
counters the effects of Lumos
An overhyped book: Stephanie Perkins – Anna and the French kiss. I disliked this book and I don’t see the appeal. Étienne is not swoonworthy to me and there was far too much drama.
summons an object from a significant distance
A book you’re anticipating: This was Marissa Meyer – Cress, but I've read an ARC, so I’m going with Leigh Barudo – Ruin and rising and the third untitled book from Sarah J. Maas.
opens unlocked doors, unless bewitched
A book you want to be more open about: Markus Zusak– The book thief. This is one of my favorite books and I’ve only wrote one old post about it. I’m thinking about review it again.
conjures an incarnation of positive feelings
A book that made you cry, or at least want to: Jodi Lynn Anderson – Tiger Lily. Oh, this book is so good. The ending just shattered my heart.
conjures the Dark Mark
A book you wish to mark as one of your favorites: J.K Rowling – Harry Potter. Yeah. No explanation needed.
A book you wish to keep forever: Juliet Marillier – Wildwood dancing. This was one of my first experiences with fairytale retellings and I loved it.
An intimidating book you keep putting off: It was George R.R Martin – A game of thrones, but I finally read it this year and now I’m hooked.
used against a boggart
A book with a deceiving synopsis: Debra Driza – Mila 2.0. Promise: exciting action, heart-pounding scenes and an interesting android. The only thing I got was teenage angst, insta-love and a boring plot.
A book you wish to burn out of your mind completely: Anna Carey – Rise, Lauren Oliver – Requiem. Do you see the trend here? Yeah, bad endings to a series.
A book you wish to reread: I re-read often, so there are no books I ‘wish’ to re-read. When I want to, I pick them up. I’m now tempted to return to Tiger Lily.
causes instant death
Worst book EVER: No surprise, but for me: Stephenie Meyer – Twilight and the other series. I never liked it, but I guess that’s because I was already spoiled with other books.
That's it! Let me know what you would pick :)