Hello beautiful people!
Once again Kelly…we SERIOUSLY are playing “tag” with book tags ha-ha! Honestly though, I love it! For those of you who haven’t gone over to Kelly’s blog Another Book in the Wall, you’re truly missing out. So please, go over and see her website.
I love Greek Mythology, making this a super exciting tag to try out! Let’s give it a whirl!
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Zeus | The King & Sky God
The Darkest Powers trilogy by Kelley Armstrong, for it’s both a fast read and an intriguing story!
Poseidon | God of the Ocean
A book that drowned you in feels
The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton – I truly felt for Ponyboy, being able to relate to a lot of events he went through and emotions he had to go through during his teenage years.
Hades | God of the Underworld
A book with a dark/OMINOUS plot
Spiral: The Bonds of Reasoning by Kyo Shirodaira – the manga is such a grand series with a great amount of dark content and insane plot twists.
Hera | The Goddess of Family & Marriage
Cutest fictional couple
Forever and always, Monty and Percy from Mackenzi Lee’s The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue.
Athena | Goddess of Wisdom
Favourite intelligent character
I swear…this answer will never change. Hermione Granger from J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series.
Gaea | Mother Earth Goddess
Series with the best world building
There are a number of book series with great world building, but J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings and entire Middle Earth collection is completely mind-blowing.
Aphrodite | Goddess of Love & Beauty
A beautiful cover
Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman was definitely a compulsive “pretty book cover” buy…but I’m sure it will also be a wonderful read all the same!
Ares | God of War & Battle
Most violent book you’ve read
I’m not quite sure what the “most” is, but I have to agree with Kelly that Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games trilogy has quite a gruesome and violent plot.
Hephaestus | God of Blacksmiths & Flame
A SCORCHING hot and swoon worthy character
I feel as though many people won’t agree with me, but Gabriel Walsh from Kelley Armstrong’s Cainsville series is just…there aren’t words. Apparently…my type is the broody and mysterious guys…go figure.
Artemis | Goddess of the Hunt
A heroine who doesn’t need a man to save her
Olivia Taylor Jones – another character from Kelley Armstrong’s Cainsville series. She LITERALLY doesn’t need a man to save her, knowing how to solve mysteries and fight like a total bawler.
Apollo | God of Music, Light, & Healing
A sequel that redeemed its series
Jenny Han’s series was a joyous read but Always and Forever, Lara Jean truly made this series spectacular in my eyes.
Hermes | God of Messages, Travelers, & Thieves
Book with the best message
There are a NUMBER of books that fit here, but I’m going to go with The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry; to this day, this book makes me so emotional and it truly has some of the most memorable quotes.
Hestia | Goddess of Hearth & Home
A comfort book
Though I had some mixed feelings about this book, it’s hard to deny that Stephanie Perkins’ Anna and the French Kiss series isn’t a wonderful “let-me-get-comfy-and-read-and-feel-better-about-the-world” read.
Demeter | Goddess of Agriculture
Favourite bookish setting
I also love The Shire or Hobbiton, but I think I’m going to have to go with Rivendell…all the trees!!!
Dionysus | God of Wine & Feasting
Most anticipated 2018 release
Mackenzi Lee’s The Lady’s Guide to Petticoats and Piracy! I need more and more Montague sibling books please!
Hecate | Goddess of Crossroads & Magic
Favourite magical read
Nemesis | God of Revenge
Favourite revenge story
TAG! YOU’RE IT!