I am just terrible at doing tags around the time I was tagged to do them so sorry about that, anyway let us just get on into the tag!
A book with a strong leader/strong first book in a series.
Kaz Brekker from Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo.
Not only is Kaz a strong leader that plans for everything that could ever occur (a man who definitely has a backup plan, always) but I think Six of Crows is a perfect start to this duology/trilogy. It is a very character-driven book (especially at the start) but it’s amazing.
It follows three out of four perspectives that are royal (or live in a royal setting) and majority of it takes place at court. Plus, I think Siri is a very noble character, perfectly represents Lady the direwolf.
This story takes place on a spaceship, which ends up crashing on a planet and our two main characters are the only survivors. It follows their adventure on trying to survive on this planet and it’s amazing and I don’t think I have heard one bad review. Such a great book with a very emotionally impactful ending, get your tissues ready!
This girl is one of my favourite sidekicks out there. She literally ran away with her best friend (the princess) to prevent her from marrying someone she didn’t love or hadn’t even met. That takes guts to do and she is also super loyal, I don’t think I could pick anyone else for this prompt.
Even though everyone adores Geralt and don’t get me wrong, so do I, I feel like no one talks about him as being a morally grey character. He is loveable but at the same time can be so annoying and some of the things he does are questionable. That is why, in my eyes, he is a morally grey character.
I really didn’t know I would love this book as much as I did. I thought it would be a great political fantasy however this duology has ended up becoming one of my favourite ones out there. It’s full of amazing friendships, great politics, and a healthy romance that I absolutely adored, what’s there not to love?
He did not deserve what happened to him, I was shattered when I read and wouldn’t pick City of Heavenly Fire back up. So I’m saying he was unlucky…
Whenever I think about this book/trilogy I can clearly picture an icy setting as if I remember correctly it is set in Canada so you do have the colder climate there. I feel like I need to reread this trilogy as I really enjoyed it when I first read it but can barely remember anything about it. All I remember is a blizzard, ice and snow. Sounds like a perfect reread for the upcoming winter.
Me, personally, I would love a direwolf and to be a warg.
Natalia aka Bookish Vegan