So, another celebrity tag.
Not that I'm complaining; I really loved the Taylor Swift Book Tag that went viral last year, and now, here’s the Jennifer Lawrence book tag that’s going viral. Honestly, I don’t know why I didn’t expect a Jennifer Lawrence book tag to come out, because EVERYONE’S going crazy about her. Everyone.
Hello there! And as you can tell by the title, I'm here to join the bandwagon of BookTubers who have done the Jennifer Lawrence Book Tag. The original tag was created by MichaeltheBookLion, and there are ten questions that have to do with aspects of Jennifer’s life, and various books to go with them.
But BookTuber Tashapolis kinda took out the questions that dealt with her growing up and put in four new questions about the viral things about JLaw that went online, and that’s the tag I'm going to do. Actually, why not do Michael’s original one, and add Tasha’s questions too…?
Let’s get started!
Growing up in Kentucky: Your favourite book set in a rural area.
A rural area eh? I don’t recall reading a book like this, but I'm going to go with Raven’s Gate by Anthony Horowitz, the first book in the Power of Five series. The book takes place in Lesser Malling, which is a little village in the middle of nowhere surrounded by woods in Yorkshire. Rural enough? Yes it is. Let’s move on. :)
Discovery on the streets of NY – A little known book you found while browsing and ended up loving.
Skulduggery Pleasant by Derek Landy. It was on the highest shelf in Crossword, and being vertically challenged, I had to get up on to one of those little stools that they have scattered around the bookstore for people to sit and read on, and also for people like me who want to reach the books on the higher shelves but are too proud to ask for any help.
And that’s how I found it.
Swearing off social media: A book you refuse to read.
There are quite a few.
The Twilight Saga – Stephanie Meyer (because I'm not into vamp romance)
Insurgent and Allegiant – Veronica Roth (because Divergent was terrible)
Fifty Shades of Grey – E.L. James (for very obvious reasons)
Beginnings on TV into film: A series that gets better with each instalment.
The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare. I've always maintained this answer ever since I read the trilogy. When I read Clockwork Angel, I didn’t think anything could be better than that, but then Clockwork Prince came and blew me away, and then along trotted fan-freaking-tastic Clockwork Princess and blew me away again.
The Oscar Trip: A book/series that hit a snag.
The TimeRiders by Alex Scarrow. I don’t know what it is about the series anymore, but I just don’t feel like continuing the series. I bought and read the first five books, and they were all fine, all good, but I don’t feel motivated enough to read the other four. I just…bleh.
JLaw and Chris Martin – Favourite book by a collaboration of authors.
I…haven’t read a book by a collaboration of authors…sadly.
Work with David O. Russel – Dysfunctional character you can’t help but love.
Is Max-Ernest from the Secret series by Pseudonymous Bosch dysfunctional? I don’t know; someone please correct me. But if he happens to be, then I’d go with Max.
If he’s not, well then, let’s just say I haven’t read a book with a dysfunctional character…yet.
Mystique – a villain who thinks they’re doing what’s right.
Almost every villain thinks they’re doing right, or that they’re “avenging” themselves. Damian Cray from Alex Rider by Anthony Horowitz is a pretty good example of such a specimen. And I like that villain.
The Hunger Games – Favourite high profile series.
High profile series…Harry Potter I guess? What exactly IS a high profile series?
Everything she’s ever said – Favourite comedic/snarky character.
Skulduggery Pleasant all the hooting way.
And now, we move on to Tasha’s four questions… her video is in the media, by the way.
The viral TSwift photobomb at the Golden Globes: A book/series you didn’t know would get so popular.
The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare. I didn’t know they’d get so popular…in my class. Yes, bit of an anti-climax there. I was the first to read the trilogy, and then I recommended them to everyone who was a bookworm, and now it’s a crazy domino effect and everyone wants to read the books.
And why wouldn’t they? I mean…Will Herondale.
Bradley Cooper – What author do you find yourself always coming back to?
Any author that writes really good fantasy/adventure/action really. But I’d buy any book by Derek Landy or Christopher Paolini in a heartbeat, because I know that they would NEVER disappoint me.
And both of them are in the process of writing a new series! Not together of course, but there’s more of my favourite authors! YIPPEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Spoiled for Homeland on National television: A plot line you were spoiled for.
I spoiled the whole of the Secrets of the Immortal: Nicholas Flamel series by Michael Scott by reading the synopsis of the last book.
Yes, I know. I'm dumb. Honestly, I should be replacing Jim Carrey in Dumb and Dumber.
Everyone’s obsession with being her best friend – A character who’d make your ultimate best friend.
I haven’t met anyone who’s “obsessed” with being Jennifer’s best friend, and I'm kinda glad, because I know how crazy people can get. But I have met character(s) who’d make pretty good friends of mine.
Hermione Granger for one. Marley the dog from Marley & Me by John Grogan for another. And I’d want to be best friends with Skulduggery Pleasant.
And that’s the tag I had for you guys today! I hope you enjoyed it; feel free to do it too! Goodbye for now, and may the odds be ever in your favour.
YOU ARE READING
Book Tags!Teen Fiction
Warning: This book is a result of watching too much BookTube, which results in very long to-read-book lists and an unhealthy obsession with book tags. Viewer discretion is advised. However, this book will not only contain book tags, but also book re...