We Are Never Getting Back Together: Pick a book you were pretty sure you were in love with but then wanted to break up with.
For this one, I'm going to have to go with Divergent by Veronica Roth. Please don't hurt me, but I just don't really like this book. I did finish it and I finished Insurgent, too, but I didn't bother with Allegiant. There was just something about the way things were described, it was too simplistic and boring. I also think that the world wasn't built to its full potential. I picked this book because I thought I was going to love it, but I didn't at all. Then I thought I loved the series because I thought Insurgent was pretty good and then Allegiant happened.
Red: Pick a book with a red cover.
I am picking Pirate's Wish by Cassandra Rose Clarke because the whole cover is red. I haven't read the book yet, but I really want to and I need to get the first book!
The Best Day: Pick a book that makes you feel nostalgic.
I will be picking Junie B. Jones by Barbara Park. I talked all about these in Top Ten Tuesday Part Four. Basically these are the books that got me into stories and story telling and without them, I probably would not be the reader I am today.
Love Story: Pick a book with forbidden love.
I am going to choose one that I don't think a lot of people will choose and that is Captured by Erica Stevens. A human isn't allowed to fall in love with a vampire and vice versa, especially if that vampire is the prince and the human is a rebel against the ruling vampire race.
I Knew You Were Trouble: Pick a book with a bad character you couldn't help but love.
I'm going to take bad not as in evil, but in a bad boy kind of way. This one is hard for me because I don't usually fall for the "bad boys" of YA literature, but I am going to pick Daemon from the Lux series by Jennifer L. Armentrout. Daemon is the only exception to the bad boy rule because I feel like the bad boyishness is a facade that he puts up to scare people away. Keep in mind though, I've only read the first book, so I don't know how things go.
Innocent: Pick a book that someone ruined the ending of.
I have three for this one. The first is Allegiant by Veronica Roth (Thank you Christine from Polandbananasbooks), The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (Thanks best friend), and Mark of Athena by Rick Riordan (Thanks best friend). I am not going to talk about how because I don't want to spoiler anyone. Maybe I should stop talking about books to my best friend.
Everything Has Changed: Pick a book that has a character who goes through extensive character development.
I am going to pick Stalker from the Razorland Saga by Ann Aguirre. When we first see him, he is a tough gang leader who doesn't treat women nicely and as the series progresses, he becomes a leader of a section in an army and becomes a good person and realizes the mistakes he has made and regrets them terribly.
Forever and Always: Pick your favorite book couple.
I go with... I don't know, I really hate this question. Percabeth I guess.
You Belong With Me: Pick you most anticipated release.
I am going with In the Afterlight by Alexandra Bracken. I am so ready for this book you have no idea. I want it in my hands right now. I can't wait until Christmas because I am getting it. I don't care if I receive it as a present or I go buy it myself. I WILL GET HIS BOOK BY CHRISTMAS!!!
Come Back, Be Here: Pick a book you wouldn't lend out to anyone for fear of missing it too much.
I choose all of the books because I will never ever ever lend out my books ever.
Tear Drops on My Guitar: Pick a book that made you cry.
I choose Horde by Ann Aguirre. I can't talk about because I kind of don't want to go on a tangent and spoilers.
Shake It Off: Pick a book that you love so much that you just have to shake off the haters.
I pick The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey because some people don't like it, especially the romance between Cassie and Evan, but I don't mind it, so I just got to shake off the haters, 'cause haters gonna hate.
There it is! That was fun and I encourage all, especially Charlotte at Bookmarks and Blogging, Once Upon a Time at Magical World of Books, and Sarah at YA Bookaholic and all of the participants in the It's the End of 2014 Read-A-Thon who have Youtube channels and blogs! Of course, you can do the tag if you want because I tag all the people! If you do the tag, make sure to leave a link in the comments so I can check it out!