“Honey, what’s this? What’s happening?!”
Book that confused you throughout or left you confused/confounded at the end
American Gods and Black Moon
It was a total case of what the fuck am I reading. I put them both down. I'm thinking Neil isn't for me although I might try Coraline since I did love the movie.
“In this house, a queen always beats a straight!”
Your favorite LGBT+ character
Dani from the Dreadnought duology.
“My ride is here - it looks like a huff! I think I’ll leave in it!”
Most aggravating friend/relationship fall out in a book
This is a sibling relationship but I hated the way Cassie treated Molly in The Upside Of Unrequited. She was such a bitch.
“I’m not good or real… I’m evil, and imaginary!”
Favorite/most memorable villain
Queen Levana from The Lunar Chronicles
Talk about an evil bitch.
“You better watch it lady, or next time you take a bath it’ll be rub-a-dub-dub, I dropped a blender in the tub!”
Favorite/most memorable thriller (book) or specific murder scene
The ending of Behind Her Eyes was certainly a what the fuck kind of ending.
“Karen once told me that Christmas celebrates the birth of our Lord Cartier.”
Favorite Christmas/holiday book
The three below. Come on look at the covers. How could you not want to read these books? They are like crack to me.
Book you just don’t want to read, ever
I don't know. I have no interest in John Green. I gave him a good try with two books I read and two books I DNFed. Sixteen girls with the same name? That's just ridiculous and there was math. I don't read to do math.
“Grace, go to bed. You’ve obviously had a very busy day of crazy!”
I read a couple of Bentley Little's books and they were totally bizarre.
“Heard that! I am metaphorically curled up in the fetal position and you continue to kick me about the ear, nose, and throat?!”
Book that kept hurting you
The Anita Blake series. I really wanted to continue because I loved Anita but I hate what the author did to her. I am proud that I manged to read seventeen of the I think twenty-five books out.
“I don’t care if he’s rich or poor, fat or thin, as long as he’s rich and thin!”
Most materialistic or shallow character
Nothing comes to mind. I'm sure someone from a Jackie Collins novel. I read quite a few of them when I was in junior high which is totally insane but it happened. Oddly I found one at Dollar Tree recently.
“That’s a lucky flesh-eating virus that gets her!”
Sexiest/most attractive character
I really don't know. I just don't think that way.
“I cost a little more, but I’m worth it.”
Book/author you’d consider spending budgeted gas/food money on
I am trying to collect all the Fear Street books and do have one in my cart at Amazon that is a bit insanely priced. I'll just have to save up my Amazon cards. In the case of Brandon Sanderson I'll just wait it out until his book that's coming out soon is available on Book Outlet since thirty bucks is very expensive even though I get why it is that pricey since it is a large book. I'm still amused that The Way Of Kings and Words Of Radiance look so funny next to each other. The second looks about twice as big and is only eighty-eight pages longer. Got them both on Book Outlet since his books as a rule can be pretty damn pricey.
“You say potato, I say vodka!”
Favorite lush/alcoholic character
I don't think I've read a book that has an alcoholic. I've read books with people drinking but no alcoholic that I can think of.
“He’s a smarty pants, Will. He uses big words like ‘particularly’ and ‘delicatessen.’”
Book that came off as pretentious/condescending to you
Again I'm drawing a blank.
“Grace, that blouse hurts like a hangover.”
Worst book hangover
I don't really get them although I'm a bit fuzzy on what it means. A book so good that you don't want to enter any other fictional world?
“Have you lost your mind as well as your looks? I ain’t babysittin’!”
Worst kid(s) in a book
The show was based on the books so I would imagine Tara from The Cuckoo Clock of Doom in the book was horrible too. She was a demon spawn.
“The only other person I’ve apologized to is my mother, and that was court-ordered.”
Worst mom-daughter or parent-child relationship in a book
Parents tend to be nonexistent in books but the one between Molly, Cassie, and their moms was a bit weird even though I suppose some parent child relationships are like this. It was just weird that fuck you would be spoken between the parent and the kid. Fuck is the one swear word I don't recall saying in front of them because it just so very awkward.
“Honey, I don’t produce theater… I AM theater!”
Most vivacious/theatrical character
Once again I'm drawing a blank. The books I read tend to not have this type of character.
Be honest. How many of you guessed on which quote belonged to which character? I watched it a little bit but Jack drove me nuts. He was the only character whose name I couldn't remember.