The Chris Pratt Book Tag

Posted August 26, 2015 by Bekka in challenges / 4 Comments

chris pratt book tag

Chris Pratt is the ultimate celebrity crush. He’s got everything: he’s hilarious, he’s attractive, and he has a beautiful family. I’ve loved him since I first watched Parks and Rec, and with his rising popularity, it was only a matter of time before a book tag was dedicated to him. When I saw it, I immediately jumped on it. So I obviously wasn’t tagged, but who even cares because Chris Pratt

1. guardians of the galaxy – your favorite character ensemble


deathly hallows

I mean obviously. Between the Gryffindors, the Weasleys, the teachers, the Order, the golden trio, and even the Slytherins, this is a cast of characters I’ll never tire of. The more I think about it, read the books, watch the movies, the more I learn about the characters. They’re like a second family.

2. andy dwyer – a book or character you can’t help but love despite their flaws


dark triumph

Sybella is the best, but she is super flawed – closed off, angry, cold. But I love her so much, because underneath all that is a character so full of love that it has broken her. She will do anything for the people she loves, and she has. Her story is the most harrowing I think I’ve ever read, and she’s a character I will never forget.

3. anna faris – your otp


under the lights

I mean, I have so many otps that I don’t know what to do with them all. But my newest otp of the year is Brinessa – Bri and Vanessa from Under the Lights by Dahlia Adler. So much adorable flirting. So much innuendo. So much push and pull. It is PAINFUL and WONDERFUL.

4. chris evans – your BroTP (fave friendship)


illuminae

Kady and Byron were the beeeeest. It was awesome to see the heroes of the story being strong in a different way – in this case, it was a couple of hackers and computer geniuses instead of assassins or fighters. Plus I loved their instant messaging banter.

5. jurassic world – a badass character


the archived

Mackenzie! This book is too often overlooked but it has the most intriguing world-building, where the dead rest on shelves like a library, and every once in a while, they wake up and try to wander off. Mackenzie’s job is to make sure they don’t get too far and if that’s not the creepiest job in the world, I don’t know what is. So yeah, she’s pretty badass.

6. the lego movie – a book that doesn’t get the recognition it deserves


poison

Poison is this absolutely delightful high fantasy about a potions maker on the run and an impending end-of-the-world scenario. It is hilarious, there is an awesome romance, and a PIG. How can you say no. How are there not more people raving over this book?

7. everwood – a book you read before it was popular


daughter of smoke and bone

So I got an ARC of DoSaB really early – like really, really early through a giveaway and I read it. Sort of. I actually DNFd it about halfway through, and it took me like three weeks to get that far. I know this is very black sheepy of me but I did not like it. About six months later I gave it another shot and liked it a bit more. But I still haven’t read through with the rest of the series.

8. transformation – best character development


inland

This book is soooo good, and seriously overlooked. But more to the point, the growth that Callie showed was huge and also unconventional. It’s unusual to see a character grow darker, but that’s what she does. She grows stronger and darker and I loved every page of it.


 

I’m tagging

Denise
Alexia
Jessie

 

 

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