I found this tag here!!!!!!!! and you should definitely go follow her cause she loves Star Wars (legit reasons xD) but seriously her blog is amazing!!!!
R2-D2: A book that made you laugh out loud
WARNING: SARCASM AHEAD!
True Grit (exactly one of you will understand this reference)
but in all seriousness, I don’t really ‘LOL’ at books. At all. My emotions stay within me. Always. (like seriously, I don’t)
Padme Amidala: Kickbutt female character
I can’t not pick herrr!
I love her so so much.
Leia Organa: Best or worst love triangle
I really don’t like love triangles, really, so uh… worst… I mean… I really don’t know. I just usually generally avoid them, I guess? IDK? WHY CAN’T I THINK OF ANY?!
Luke Skywalker: Rising star author, a new author you’ve discovered and absolutely love
SHelby Mahurin (pls don’t get mad if I spelled this wrong xD) but like Serpent and Dove was amazing?? A bit more mature than I was expecting but still?! YES?!
And also C G Drews she’s awesome don’t question me.
Anakin Skywalker: A book or series that started out well and then became bad
Qui-Gon Jinn: Worst character death (SPOILERS)
Cedric Diggory: he didn’t sign up for being straight up murdered! He was just in a school competition! And also his death scene is one of the few that actually give me emotions so…
*cries in asgardian*
Han Solo: A book with a lot of sass
Not a Fan by Kyle Idleman.
I actually wrote a review on it here: MINI REVIEW: Things I Underlined in Not a Fan + Me Commenting
Emperor Palpatine: Best world building
OOOH YES OKAY SO YES
-seriously tho Grishaverse
-also just Grishaverse
-I’m sorry but Grisha are amazing and I really love Six of Crows and King of Scars so please just yes
Ben Kenobi/Obi-Wan Kenobi: A book you went in with low expectations and that blew you away
TWEET CUTE. I was NOT expecting it to be so good! I thought it’d be predictable but hahahah yes, but actually no.
I have a review of it here: Tweet Cute review || hey demons, it’s me, ya boy
Yoda: A book that taught you something or that made you grow
When Panic Attacks by David D. Burns, M. D. At the time of writing this, I’m halfway through it, but already learned a lot. (I really really love psychologyyyy how many times can I mention this)
Far from the Tree was so full of heart and I mean there were some problems but like yes I love this book so much ughhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
Darth Vader: Favorite villain
I mean, did you expect otherwise?