Book Tag: Marvel Avengers

Happy end of August! I hope you’ve had a fantastic month full of fantastic reads.

For once, I was organised and actually had a book tag bookmarked to do for this month rather than my normal rush to try and find them last minute. I might have also properly started discovering Pinterest and it’s amazing how many you can find on there!

But, this time at least, it was a good old fashion search and reading through blogs that made me discover this one. I found this on Kayla’s Book Nook and thought it looked a really fun review. I bet I regret this as soon as I start trying to actually answer the questions…

Still… here’s my Marvel’s Avengers book tag.

Book Tag: Marvel's Avengers

Iron Man: A book that made you laugh out loud

Th Dragon Lords: Fools Gold by Jon Hollins

The Dragon Lords trilogy by Jon Hollins, especially Fool’s Gold. While the books get more serious as you go along, I giggled my way through the first one: the characters, the plot… everything about it is pure entertainment.

Captain America: A book that ends on a positive message

Dragon Mage by Ava Richardson

Yep. Got to question two and decided this tag is hard. A positive message *stares at bookshelf* Um… Actually, all of Ava Richardson’ books end on a positive note, where friendship, love and loyalty always defeats the forces of evil. And the dragons are epic. So I’d go with that.

Thor: A book with a character who’s strength you admire

Fool's Errand by Robin Hobb

This one is hard because I have so many answers. Okay, time to pick one… The Fool in Robin Hobb’s books. I haven’t read all the ones that he is part of, but what he goes through in The Tawny Man trilogy and yet he survives it is pretty spectacular.

Black Widow: A book with a kick-ass female character

Holy Sister by Mark Lawrence

I love that I’ve got a few answers here as well. I’m going to go with Nona from the Book of the Ancestor trilogy by Mark Lawrence. That girl is not only a lethal killer, she will do anything to protect those she cares about. Don’t mess with her.

Hulk: A book that made you incredibly angry

Freezing Point by Grace Hamilton

I’ve got a few here but I know I’ve ranted about them before. Sticking with what I’ve read this year, Freezing Point by Grace Hamilton. Not so much angry but just incredibly frustrated at how naive the characters were throughout the entire book.

Hawkeye: An under-rated book you think more people should pay attention to

The Year of Saying Yes by Hannah Doyle

I’m bad at being on top of my reviews etc, so I often find books far later than others, so hypes are often over and done with before I find the book. But I would thoroughly recommend The Year of Saying Yes by Hannah Doyle. Every time I’m starting to feel low, that things aren’t working out, I read this book and then suddenly buzzing to try new things. Great feeling!

(Bonus) Loki: A book with a twist or surprise that tricked you

Pendragon by James Wilde

I like to think that I always figure out the twists and it’s always a lie. But I was recently left gaping at Pendragon by James Wilde. There was a sudden twist with one of the characters that literally changed everything about their part of the book, and I did not see that coming!

I tag anyone who wants to take part! Let me know so I can come and read your answers and how you’d match up your books with your favourite Avengers!

A Rambling Reviewer

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One thought on “Book Tag: Marvel Avengers

  1. What a fun tag. I love the Avengers, and I love that this tag wasn’t too long. The perfect amount. Thank you also for mentioning some books that aren’t the same mainstream YA titles that I see on every tag I read. I will have to look into these some more!


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