This tag was created by The Critiques of a Fangirl in honor of One Direction’s 10 year anniversary last week. I cannot believe it has been 10 years, I spent the day listening to their albums (especially the first two), and reminiscing on the times I got to see them live. As you might notice the picture does not include the Take Me Home album, I do have it but I bought the special edition box so don’t have an actual case for the cd.
– Thank the blogger who nominated you (I wasn’t tagged but I found this over on Leigh’s blog)
– Credit the creator
– Use the tag #COFOneDirectionBookTag
– Pick a different book for every question (Optional)
– Tag whoever and as many people as you want
Louis Tomlinson – A character with a rocky past
Isaac from The Devouring Gray duology by Christine Lynn Herman. I love the character development we get with him, especially in the second book, The Deck of Omens.
Zayn Malik – A morally Grey character/a brooding, dark and mysterious character.
Kieran Kingson from The Dark Artifices trilogy by Cassandra Clare. He’s definitely a morally grey character, he makes some rash decisions in Lady Midnight which have consequences he didn’t think of, because he was too busy thinking of himself. And he’s definitely brooding
Liam Payne – An underrated character
Alessandra from The Shadows Between Us by Tricia Levenseller. Honestly she is such an amazing character, she’s confident and sex positive which is so important (and rare), it hurts that this book isn’t talked about enough.
Harry Styles – The heart throb
Rhysand from the A Court of Thorns and Roses series by Sarah J Maas. I mean you’ve seen the fan art of him right? Do I need to explain why I’ve picked him?
Niall Horan – The underdog who reached the stars
America from The Selection series by Kiera Cass. She’s literally from one of the lowest castes and no one expected her to be picked for The Selection at all let alone how far she actually got.
Up All Night – The best debut novel/first book in a series that you have read
Not sure about best debut novel but the best first book in a series that I’ve read has to be Havenfall by Sara Holland. I read this book almost 8 months ago and I still remember it like I read it yesterday
Take Me Home – A book/series feels like home
I want to say the Throne of Glass series by Sarah J Maas but I’m only just starting my first reread of the series so I’m going to go with the Shadowhunter chronicles by Cassandra Clare, no matter which book from these I pick up I’m instantly comforted and feel at home
Midnight Memories – A book you stayed up reading until early hours of morning
Wait I have to pick one?… okay I’m going to go with Kingdom of Ash because I remember staying up until about 4am reading it and then continued reading it from finishing work the next day until I finished it about 2am
Four – Best Squad/team in a book
Easily the Inner Circle in the ACOTAR series by Sarah J Maas. They’re all just so great and I love them all
Made in the A.M. – A book/series that occupied your ever waking thought.
I’ve already said the series I would choose for this for another question so I’m picking a standalone for this and it’s The Places I’ve Cried In Public by Holly Bourne. This book is so powerful, especially as a reader who has gone through something similar and it’s just constantly on my mind how well written it is.
Not tagging anyone in particular but please link me in your post so I can read your answers.