MARVEL AVENGERS TAG inspired by XTINEMAY and originally created by YA BY THE WAY. This involves members of the marvel cinematic avengers team, each assigned a challenge or question relating to their characters.
1: Iron Man — Favorite 1st book in a series.
ASSASSIN’S APPRENTICE is my all-time favourite Robin Hobb novel – it probably will end up on my re-read list at some point. TO ALL THE BOYS I’VE LOVED BEFORE by Jenny Han is also a great book which has a sequel, although I haven’t read PS I STILL LOVE YOU (it’s on my TBR!).
2. Hulk — A book that you can’t talk about because it would make you angry. And people wouldn’t like you when you’re angry.
THE DEATH CURE by James Dashner is something I don’t like talking about. It makes me angry that the series had no proper resolution and invalidated everything that had happened throughout the trilogy.
3. Captain America — A book that takes place during WW2.
THE BOOK THIEF by Markus Zusak – historical fiction from a war-era isn’t usually a genre I would be willing to pick up, but when deaths tells a story, you have to listen.
4. Thor — A book based on mythology of any kind.
CITY OF BONES by Cassandra Clare is based on biblical mythology of angels, fallen angels are nephilim (children of angels) – the rest of the series is based upon the same concept. As a whole the universe is called the SHADOWHUNTER CHRONICLES. I’ve read pretty much everything except the most recent release, LADY MIDNIGHT, which I have yet to finish.
5. Black Widow — A side character you wish would get their own movie–er, book.
The other tributes of THE HUNGER GAMES series, both within the standard and quarter quell games. I think it would be interesting to learn more about other tributes, especially those within CATCHING FIRE – Johanna Mason has always been one of my favourite side-character tributes.
6. Hawkeye — A book you love, but everyone else seems to dislike.
MOCKINGJAY by Suzanne Collins. to me is a beautiful creation – probably the best end to a trilogy I’ve ever read. Not because I liked what happens but because the ending was as bittersweet as it needed to be.
7. Nick Fury — A character with a ton of sass.
ALEC LIGHTWOOD from THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS SERIES by Cassandra Clare. I challenge anyone to find a character with a greater capacity for sassing the hell out of those around them.
8. Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch — A book with a great sibling relationship.
ALEC and ISABELLA LIGHTWOOD from the SHADOWHUNTER CHRONICLES, specifically THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS.
9. Phil Coulson — A book you wish would be adapted for the big (or small) screen.
SOLITAIRE and RADIO SILENCE by Alice Oseman – I think SOLITAIRE would best suite a film and RADIO SILENCE a TV series.
10. Loki — A villain you just can’t help but love.
KYLO REN from STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS (NOVELISATION) – although this also applies to the film since I saw it first. I love his complexity as a villain and I’m a huge fan of the actor, too.
BONUS: Ant-Man — The next book on your TBR.
LADY MIDNIGHT is the most urgent book on my TBR, although ultimately I think it will take awhile to really get into the book – which is a shame, since the previous series (THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS and THE INFERNAL DEVICES) I enjoyed immensely.