January 2016 Wrap-Up


I had a lot planned on my TBR for 2016 and I feel very accomplished with the books I managed to read in January. Take a look!

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Aside from the books that were on my TBR, I also read the following two:

As always, click on the titles above to get to the reviews and on the covers to be redirected to Goodreads!


I am starting my new job at the airport bookstore tomorrow and I am really excited. My TBR for next month will probably look as packed as the last one, but I am not sure I will manage it (post will come up tomorrow). New jobs are always a little exhausting in the beginning, having to learn the ropes and memorising everything important, so I have no idea if my head will be able to concentrate on words at the end of the day. But, it’s a long commute, so I definitely intend to keep up with my reading.

Maybe you already know this, but I now have a Snapchat and Instagram account and just wanted to let you know about it. I am not yet a pro, but I am getting better, so if you want to add those accounts, I’d be really happy!

Snapchat &  handle: kat_impossible

Last but not leas, I have no idea how this happened, but somehow I missed posting that I have now more than 400 WP followers. HOW COULD I HAVE MISSED IT? I don’t know, but the current tally is 435 followers and I just want to give you all a huge THANK YOU for that! I am always baffled to see that even more people find their way onto the blog and it makes me so happy to get the feedback that I am responsible for you reading a book or watching a TV show. It’s seriously what I blog for! SPREAD ALL THE ENTHUSIASM!







What a busy month it has been! How was January for you? Did your year begin as great as mine?

Trailers You Might Have Missed … (Jan 25-31)


Another week another round of Trailers and promos! Prepare for quite a couple of animated movies this time around!


Kubo and the Two Strings

I think this looks fantastic! It looks adventurous but like a story with heart at the same time. Also, the voice actors and actresses are amazing!


This isn’t really Trailers … more like a Teaser. It’s too soon to really have a full opinion on it.


Same as above, but the babies look adorable!

The Secret Life of Pets

FINALLY A FULL TRAILER! Now I at least know what the movie is about, which is a huge step forward. I am definitely going to watch it!

Angry Birds

I think the Trailer came out a while ago already, but it was re-released again and since I hadn’t shared it yet, I thought it might be interesting for some. I never really caught on to the Angry Bird craze, but some of them are really cute.

The Bronze

It’s Bernadette from The Big Bang Theory!!! This movie is weird though and it gets weirder with her talking somewhat normal, but that’s just the way Indie movies are.

TV Shows

The Night Manager

While this seems very dark, the cast definitely has me intrigued. And no, not just because of Tom Hiddleston, but he is definitely part of it.


As if there weren’t enough medical dramas already … but I guess if it is based on a real person, they MUST do it … doesn’t mean I have to watch it though. I am still undecided.

Queen of the South

Drug cartel stories! Also something that is very in right now and that I don’t care much about …

What do you think about these movies and shows? Anything that sparked your interest?

Golden Son by Pierce Brown (Book Review)

gold‘I’m still playing games. This is just the deadliest yet.’
Darrow is a rebel forged by tragedy. For years he and his fellow Reds worked the mines, toiling to make the surface of Mars inhabitable. They were, they believed, mankind’s last hope. Until Darrow discovered that it was all a lie, and that the Red were nothing more than unwitting slaves to an elitist ruling class, the Golds, who had been living on Mars in luxury for generations.
Red Rising, Darrow infiltrated Gold society, to fight in secret for a better future for his people. Now fully embedded amongst the Gold ruling class, Darrow continues his dangerous work to bring them down from within. It’s a journey that will take him further than he’s ever been before – but is Darrow truly willing to pay the price that rebellion demands?

Publisher: Hodder Paperbacks
Page Count: 442

I would recommend that you don’t read this review if you haven’t read the first part in the trilogy, Red Rising, yet (You can read my review of it here!). I will try my best not to spoil anything in terms of content for Golden Son, but I am going to mention characters from the previous book and that might give something away.

I guess the short version of this review is that I feel like I just got stabbed in the back and in the heart at the same time, but that’s not much of a review, is it? But where do I even begin?

I wasn’t exactly sure where the story would continue after Red Rising, but we pick up years later with Darrow almost finishing his time at the Academy and it makes sense. It doesn’t feel like the years in between are missing at all, yet you do notice that the world of the Golds has changed Darrow. After the first book, you know what kind of life he has to lead: constantly scared of betrayal, keeping everyone at arms-length while needing their support and talent … it’s a lonely life. And this change I mentioned, the decisions he has to make, are more complicated now with even more severe consequences. But this book isn’t as much about Darrow’s rise as a hero as it was in Red Rising, instead it is about politics and media, about loyalties and betrayals and finally also truth. There are so many twists and turns, basically nothing ever goes as planned and friendships are tested to their breaking point. The final betrayal stung the most to me, even though for once I saw it coming. Still not over the cliffhanger though …

In my opinion, Golden Son was sometimes a little bit more difficult to follow, because of the complex nature of the universe it is set in. There are family names and bloods feuds to be remembered and maneuvers to be planned – it gets tricky, but it pays off in every possible way! I especially enjoyed the use of media and how it can manipulate the public into believing certain things. We saw a few glimpses of that in Red Rising, but it slowly gets amplified in this sequel. I hope to see even more of it in Morning Star, a book I seriously can’t wait to get my hands on even though I am seriously scared what it has in store. (Publishing Date for Morning Star is February 9th, 2016!!!)

In the end, I just love how these books make me feel! My whole body tenses up, my heart gets broken, adrenaline rushes through my veins, I am on the verge of tears and even though I should know better I still put my silly faith in the characters I like. Darrow’s world is a complex one, a world that may seem far away from ours, yet it mirrors so many aspects of our society. The change of the hierarchy of Colors he wants to achieve demands answers to questions I don’t know how to respond to, but it gets me thinking. It makes me want to find a solution and that is what makes this book so good!

Fazit: 5/5 stars! If this series gets any better, I will suffer from a heart attack!!!


Are you a fan of the Red Rising series? Have you read Golden Son? Are your feels as crushed as mine?

T5W – Disappointing Eye Candy


It’s time for another Top 5 Wednesday post, today’s topic being disappointing eye candy. Unfortunately it happens that once can be blinded by a cover just to discover that the inside isn’t nearly as good as the outside. It’s a real shame, but it occurs every now and then. If you want to know more about T5W, you can check out the meme hosted by booktuber Lainey aka gingereadslainey on the Goodreads page here.

Panic by Lauren Oliver


I remember being really excited about the release of that book. I thought it looked cool and edgy and dangerous and then … the story just really wasn’t all that fascinating. It was mostly just about teens doing stupid dares for various more or less interesting (or not) reasons.

The Next Together by Lauren James


Maybe it has something to do with the name Lauren? Just kidding! I know that a lot of people love this book and I am sorry but that’s not the case with me. Everything felt really rushed, you never got to that initiating incarnation that made you see them fall in love. I liked one timeline of the many that were mentioned and then it sort of ended on a cliffhanger that was very obscure. But enough rambling! You can read my full review here.

Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaria


In my opinion this is something of  a gender-swapped The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Same kind of style of writing, similar sort of side characters and trauma. But in the end it just couldn’t really hold up …  I also wrote a full review for it here.

The Spectacular Now by Tim Tharp


I fell in love with it the first time I saw the trailer for the movie, then I instantly got the book read it and then held off watching the movie for a very long time. It did talk about some topics in a much more realistic way than other books of the genre, but in the end it was extremely difficult to like any of the characters. If you can’t connect with the MC, the book is sort of difficult to get through …

The 100 Series by Kass Morgan

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Okay, so I LOVE. LOVE. LOVE. the TV show! Absolutely adore it! Between one of the breaks of the show, I decided to go and buy all the books the show is based on, but they were a real disappointment. The characters were so much more teensy, always changing their mind about who they liked or not. It was like an awkward alternate-universe Bellarke fanfiction (which I know doesn’t sound bad, but kind of isn’t good either).

So, that’s it from me for the day! Do you know some books that looked pretty on the outside but couldn’t hold up their promise on the inside?

Top Ten Tuesday: Favourite Epistolary Novels (Freebie)

It’s Top Ten Tuesday, a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish and this week we got a FREEBIE! We were supposed to choose a topic near and dear to our hearts and I thought about it for a really long time. In the end I came up with a list of my Favourite Epistolary Novels! Now, some of you may wonder what that even means, right? Those are stories told through documents, letters, mails, diary or newspaper entries. I find books a lot more intriguing and often easier to get through if they are told like that. It just makes them feel more real! So, here are some of my favourite examples, just remember that this is a list and not a ranking!


1. Love Virtually by Daniel Glattauer

12640615This is a story especially near to my heart, because it is one of the few books set in my hometown, Vienna, that I actually love! It’s about two strangers who accidentally start a correspondence via mail and then fall in love. It’s such a quick and fun read, I loved it and instantly got the second book as well, which I needed for closure but which wasn’t as good as the first one. From what I heard, David Tennant is supposed to read the English audio book, which is awesome news too! (But I’ve met the actor who has played the part in German and I will forever connect those two!)

2. Where Rainbows End by Cecelia Ahern

23289214I generally like Ahern’s books, but I got really excited to read this one when I heard that it got turned into a movie with Lily Collins and Sam Claflin. In the end that was a little disappointing, because it couldn’t hold up with the emotions of P.S. I Love You, but the book was great! It’s told through DM, letters and notes that are passed on over time. It’s just amazing! The US version of it is called Love, Rosie just in case you were wondering.

3. The Beatrice Letters by Lemony Snicket

74720Everyone knows that I was obsessed with the Series of Unfortunate Events when I was little and I even called my laptop Lemony, after the author of the books. Now, The Beatrice Letters is a sort of companion to those books, but in the end it tells you absolutely NOTHING new. It’s still fun, but I thought I should mention that little detail.

4. Attachments by Rainbow Rowell

8909152One of my absolute favourite Rainbow Rowell books! It’s not all told in mails but they do feel very authentic and organic. I loved reading that book and just flew through it. Also, it has one of the more satisfying ends considering other Rowell novels.

5. The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

4327066I wondered if I should mention this book or Letters to the Dead, seen as they are very similar, but The Perks is a real teen classic, so I went with that one. The main character tells his stories through letters to a nameless friend. Admittedly, this definitely didn’t feel as “real” in terms of letter-writing as some other books, but it still gets a place on this list.

6. Cathy’s Book by Jordan Weisman/Sean Stuart/Cathy Brigg

856969I don’t remember how much I really liked the story itself, I think it got a bit iffy in the middle, however, the effort that was put into this book is freaking amazing and only top by the last one on the list. Written like a diary, Cathy’s Book is actually an interactive story. The phone numbers in the book are all real and if you call them, you’ll get the voice mail of different characters or messages they’ve left behind. Also, there are separate photos and napkins with smooches on them that go with certain scenes. It’s so cool and way more surreal than I thought at the first glimpse of it.

7. Go Ask Alice by Anonymous

46799I had to read Go Ask Alice for school and it was a bit of a tough read. I hadn’t really paid much attention to drug abuse stories beforehand and reading it in form of a diary made it all seem very real and strange. It’s not my favourite school read, but definitely a better pick than what some other teachers bestowed upon us.

8. The Martian by Andy Weir

18007564Yeah, we all knew that I wouldn’t pass up an opportunity to talk about that book, right? Mark Watney is stranded on Mars and keeps these logs to document his progress, so basically it’s a diary, at least that’s how I see it. Watney is one of my all time favourite characters with his strong will and humour. The only thing I am going to add to that is that not the entire book is told in these logs and that’s a good thing too!

9. Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

12974171We all know I sometimes have my issues with classics, just because I can’t seem to concentrate on them as I should. Well, because of that I haven’t actually finished Frankenstein yet, but it was a pleasant surprise to find out that it is partially written in letters. I never would have guessed that … then again, why wouldn’t it be written like that? It’s very cool!

10. S. by J.J. Abrams and Doug Dorst

18755048THIS IS THE MOST AMAZING BOOK EVER! I am currently reading it and it will probably take me forever to finish, but this is a piece of art! It looks like a really old library book that people have written in. It’s a gazillion stories in one and you have no idea how to read it and where to look first. Still, it is so much fun and SO. DARN. BEAUTIFUL. on the inside! There are postcards, newspaper clippings, scribbles on the side of the pages in all different sort of colours and there is also a decoder! I don’t even know how to use it, but it feels like a real adventure!

You can click on the covers to get redirected to Goodreads and learn more about these books! Did you like my idea for the freebie? What did you choose for your TTT? Don’t hesitate to leave a link below!

Red Rising by Pierce Brown (Book Review)

redrisingThe Earth is dying. Darrow is a Red, a miner in the interior of Mars. His mission is to extract enough precious elements to one day tame the surface of the planet and allow humans to live on it. The Reds are humanity’s last hope.
Or so it appears, until the day Darrow discovers it’s all a lie. That Mars has been habitable – and inhabited – for generations, by a class of people calling themselves the Golds. A class of people who look down on Darrow and his fellows as slave labour, to be exploited and worked to death without a second thought.
Until the day that Darrow, with the help of a mysterious group of rebels, disguises himself as a Gold and infiltrates their command school, intent on taking down his oppressors from the inside. But the command school is a battlefield – and Darrow isn’t the only student with an agenda.

Publisher: Hodder Paperbacks
Page Count: 382

I started this book not knowing what to expect. Seen as Pierce Brown was crowned hottest YA author by Buzzfeed (Yes, this is for real! Check out the post here!), I guess I just assumed that Red Rising would be a Young Adult dystopian novel … well, I am not so sure now. Despite the main characters being teens, I think this is a very adult book.

You cannot imagine how “gorydamn” hard it is for me to write this review right now, because this book took me completely by surprise and swept me off my feet. I can’t say that it was love at first sight though. The book itself is separated into several parts and it starts out with a lot of information, just to negate everything we thought we knew in the second part. The world-building is really complex with it’s own unique vocabulary that needs some time getting used to. Like Districts in the Hunger Games and Factions in Divergent, we now have Colours that separate the people – Red being the lowest and Gold being the highest in the hierarchy. There were also tons of references to Greek and Roman mythology, which I really loved, which I thought gave the story a very distinct voice.

Right from the beginning everything is very dark, cruel and unjust. A lot of things are already considered given from the get go, but at the same time so many very emotional things happen that you aren’t yet ready for. I think that maybe there wasn’t enough time to get to know everyone properly for some of the tropes to really hit you with their full force. However, as I went on I found myself unable to put the book down. There was this raw rage, the sense of injustice, an incredible amount of scheming and the pure confusion about who to trust. My whole body tensed up at times, almost shaking from the intensity with which I had to know how the story continues.

I really have to give it to Pierce Brown for creating such complex characters, each of them having a unique motivation, likable and dislikable traits. Darrow is a strong hero, but he is also human and therefore makes mistakes. He is incredibly relatable in his struggle between getting vengeance and justice for his people, but he is far from being the only great character! I changed my mind about so many people several times throughout the book, feeling my heart crack every single time there was another betrayal or death. So many people die! I was emotionally exhausted by the end.

In the end, I can only give it 4.5 out of 5 stars because of it’s slow start. Other than that I utterly loved it and cannot wait to continue with the series!

Fazit: 4.5/5 stars! People who like dystopian novels in the slightest bit HAVE TO check it out!


Do you know what I am going to do now? I am going to order Golden Son, that’s what! Have you read Red Rising? What’s your take on it?

Trailers You Might Have Missed … (Jan 18-24)


So, while a lot of TV shows have started or are back on the air again, I don’t really have anything interesting to offer this week, instead we are just going to focus on movies instead. Take a look at what I found!


Suicide Squad Trailer

I. AM. IN. LOVE! They used one of my favourite songs and the way the music corresponds with the scenes they have chosen is just brilliant! I cannot wait for the movie, because it looks so amazing every single time they release a new piece of footage.

Wonder Woman Featurette

We know that Wonder Woman will appear in Batman vs. Superman, but I couldn’t really picture her story. So, this featurette was really interesting to me.

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

Please don’t watch the trailer if you are not into the slaughtering of zombies and a lot of bloodshed!!! I have to say, the more I see of the movie, the less I want I want to watch it in cinemas. It’s too gory for me and I don’t like zombies … not even Matt Smith‘s laugh could save it …


There’s another Allegiant trailer out now and I don’t know how I feel. I really wasn’t into the final book, because I got really angry with some characters, so I have no idea what to expect … Also, I am not happy about them splitting it in two parts again and what is up with that weird shower scene?

Term Life

A heist, some action, a family story. I can definitely roll with that.

Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising

I don’t understand how they have made it to a second movie … I just don’t … but I guess Zac Efron shirtless is something?

Barbershop: The Next Cut

I don’t think I have seen the first movie, but I have no idea. Still, maybe some of you have and are interested in hearing there is a sequel.

What’s your two cents on some of these trailers? Are these movies you would want to watch? 

T5W – Favourite Buzz Words


It is Wednesday, which means it’s time for a Top 5 list. This week is about buzz words that get you excited for a book. I didn’t even know I had buzz words that instantly hook me on books, but apparently I do. You can check out the meme hosted by the booktuber, Lainey aka gingereadslainey, on the Goodreads page here.

Fairy Tale Retelling

I love fairy tales of all sorts. Even if it’s the same thing for the millionth time, I am having a difficult time getting bored of it. Well, I do appreciate someone really making it their own and spinning it to an extant where it becomes difficult to recognise the story, but I will be happy with something old fashioned too, as long as it is not falsely advertised.

New Take on Wonderland/Neverland

Seriously, give me anything Alice in Wonderland or Peter Pan related and you have my full attention.


I LOVE THE CIRCUS. I always used to beg my parents to go to the circus as soon as I saw that it was advertised that one was nearby. We went to a couple and it enchanted me each and every time. I haven’t actually read that many books with a circus in it, except for The Night Circus and Water for Elephants (and a children’s book), but I love the idea. So, I am much more inclined to check something out if there is a circus mentioned.


I know that description is necessary, but everything is better in moderation. I just completely tune-out if there is a three-page-long essay on the decorations of a room. I just can’t! I much prefer fast-paced books with witty dialogue (uh, maybe ‘witty’ should have been another one of my buzz words …), where you have to keep up with what’s happening. Then again, I don’t want it to be rushed either. As I said, everything in moderation!


Well, when I read something, I want to feel it too. I am not even sure I care what kind of intense it is. Intense romance or heartbreak or drama or mystery (just not horror … I am not good with scary stuff!). If it is bound to keep me on the edge of my seat for whatever reason, I am happy. I want to feel all the feels, because those are mostly the best stories!

How was your Wednesday so far? Do you have some similar buzz words or completely different ones? Feel free to leave a link to your own T5W post in the comments below!

Top Ten Tuesday: Recently Added Books to My TBR

It is Top Ten Tuesday, a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish and here is the theme for this week: Top Ten Books I’ve Recently Added To My TBR (inspired by Jamie’s New To The Queue posts). I am just going to do that the easy way and list the last ten books that I have put on my TBR on Goodreads. To be honest, that is not always the most accurate representation of my book wishes though, because I don’t mark a lot of books as “to-read” on the site. It has happened more than once that Goodreads messed with my books when I actually read a to-read book after a while and then it showed up twice or stuff like that. So, there are more books on my digital wishlist than on there sometimes. Enough with the explaining though! Here are the books!


1. The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater

17675462I heard so many good things about this book, so I am not sure how much of an explanation it really needs. Also, I am trying to read more Fantasy again, so I am sure this series would be a good idea!

2. Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

23437156I’ve already mentioned this one sometime before and obviously I still want to read it and apparently I added that only a little time ago. I am still not sure if I will read the Grisha books before, because people keep telling me that it’s not necessary, but I sort of want to read books in the right order …

3. The Twelve Days of Dash and Lily by Rachel Cohn/David Levithan

There is no synopsis or cover or release date. Nothing really! But I loved the first book and while I don’t think it really needs a sequel, I liked the characters and would love to see them again!

4. You Know Me Well by Nina LaCour/David Levithan

27158835Also a book I have talked about before. I think those two will write a fantastic LGBT+ novel together and I am really excited to see them collaborate. I once said that they would be a great team and then I found out they actually do work together, so You Know Me Well has me pumped!

5. Nowhere But Here by Katie McGarry

23492282So, after the drama with the cover was sorted out … I am going to get the one that I want in two months time … probably even more than that. But it is a book that I will actually own in the foreseeable future, so YAY! I love Katie McGarry, so I am excited!

6. Trial by Fire by Josephine Angelini

26064760Witches! Salem! Alternate universes! Colour me intrigued!

7. Soulless by Gail Carriger

6381205This one was actually recommended to me by someone on the blogosphere and I thought it sounded really interesting. It doesn’t have priority at the moment though, because while I like vampires, werewolves and the likes, I am not always in the mood for the time period it plays in. I love the cover though!

8. Blood, Ink & Fire by Ashley Mansour

23434550Do you know how I first found out about this book? It’s because Alex Pettyfer (yep! The actor!) published it and talked about it on some BookTube channel. Then I read the blurb and I am really into it! I tried to find it, but as of right now it is only available as an eBook in my country and I still don’t have an eReader. After I finally buy one, I will definitely get that book though.

9. A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness

8621462With the movie coming out this year, it has definitely sparked my interest more than usual. As always, I would like to get to it before the release of the film, but I am not sure I will.

10. The Leaving Season by Cat Jordan

25708587And here we are again! I’ve also mentioned The Leaving Season a couple of times before, but whatever. I think I will really like this one (and am hoping that I don’t hype it up in my head too much).

Click on the covers to be redirected to Goodreads! So, what does your TBR currently look like? Leave a link to your TTT in the comments below and I’ll be happy to check it out!


The BFF Book Tag!


I was tagged by Cristina @My Tiny Obsessions to do the BFF Book Tag (which was originally created by Chantal @CK’s Reading Corner) and it looked so lovely, so let’s not waste any more time. Let’s get to it!


1. SETTING THE EXAMPLE: a pair/group of book bff’s that you love?

I have to say all the people from the Anna, Lola and Isla books by Stephanie Perkins. Altogether they are an awesome group with many different and fun individuals where you can be sure to be allowed to be yourself. The picture only really shows the gang from the first book, but whatever!


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2. CHILDHOOD BESTIE: Which book character would you like to grow up with?

cathI would have liked to grow up with Cath from Fangirl, pretty sure that our obsessions with books and the likes would have made us really close friends. You always need someone to geek out with about those things! Also, she just generally seems very chill and like she is my kind of girl!

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3. FRENEMY: Which book character would bring out your competitive side?

Somehow I have the feeling that Harper Price from Rebel Belle would have it in her to really start a competition with me. Not so much in terms of popularity, I won’t even try for that, but definitely grades and stuff like that. She is smarter than people give her credit for. I kind of imagine her like Lydia from Teen Wolf.

4. FASHION GURU: Who would be the bestie whose closet you’d want to raid or would you want to go on a shopping spree with?

So difficult!!! I hate shopping, so I guess I am looking for a person I can just steal clothes from … I don’t exactly know why, but I am thinking of Echo from Pushing the Limits now. She mostly wears long-sleeved shirts or jackets, which I like. And she wears colours that fit her red hair and I think that I would quite enjoy that pallet as well.

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5. THE BAD INFLUENCE: Which character would you want to commit a small act of rebellion with? (Go skinny dipping, sneak into a movie, hvae a drag race with, etc.)

lucienNone? I don’t know about this one. It would have to be someone I trust a hundred percent and with whom I feel safe with. I have trust issues with many book characters, so this took a long time of me just staring at the shelf and thinking. In the end, I am choosing Lucien from ACOTAR. He is fun and convincing, so I think he could probably persuade me in the end …

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6. BLOOD BROTHERS: Which character wou you want to be your surrogate big brother/sister? (You can do both if you want!)

Alec and Izzy Lightwood!!! They are fiercely loyal and I love them so much already, so definitely them!

7. MOTHER HEN: Which character would you want to be by your side when you’re having a bad day to cheer you up?

I think I want Sam from My Life Next Door, she is kind and understanding and mostly put together. She’s always in a good mood, especially when she is with other people, so yep, her!

8. THE COUNSELOR: Which character would you go to for relationship advice (or) confide a secret to?

Can I just say Anna from Anna and the French Kiss again, because she is nailing her relationship with Etienne!

9. MORE THAN FRIENDS: Who would be your book bf/gf? (if you like both genders, you can choose one of each, but only one choice per gender!)

I don’t know who to go with! I think I should just pick someone at random, because I love all my book people! Bellamy from the 100 it is! He’s a mess, but whatever, I don’t think you can argue with that!


*If you have already been tagged or simply don’t want to do it, feel free to ignore this!*

In the end, I guess I had a lot of similar answers to Cristina, but I used them on different categories … so, that sort of counts, right?