Tag: The Greatest Showman

I saw this tag from Norees@NoReadsTooGreat and she had some really great answers, so I thought I would give it a go. 

The Greatest Show | In Which The Intro Is Amazing

Nevernight by Jay Kristoff.


The book was okay, but the first chapter was spectacular.

A Million Dreams | In Which Things Get A Little Too Dragged

The Flame in the Mist duology be Renée Ahdieh


You could have done a little more work on the ending of the first book as scrapped the second one entirely. Just saying.

Come Alive | In Which There’s A Nice Plot Twist

Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard


I mean it was nice in the sense that it was masterfully written, but not nice in the snese that it tore my heart out

The Other Side | In Which A Villain Turns Into A Good Guy or Vice Versa

Vicious and Vengeful by V.E. Schwab


Victor and Eli. Eli and Victor. Hero vs villain, or is it villain vs hero? Gotta love my grey boys.

Never Enough | In Which You Hate The Love Triangle

Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardguo


Confession time; I love a love triangle, but Mal who? We all know that Darkling’s the only contender in this game right?

This Is Me | In Which Representation Is Amazing

Daughter of the Burning City by Amanda Foody


A fantasy set in a circus, with an ace love interest? Count me in!

Rewrite The Stars | In Which It’s ‘Us Against The World’ [Not Necessarily Romantic]

The Foxhole Court by Nora Skavic


It’s not quite there yet, but but he end it was close enough!

Tightrope | In Which The Love Triangle Took A Wrong Turn

The One by Kiera Cass


Maxon was my pick, but the whole thing was a bit deflated by the end.

From Now On | In Which The Main Character Only Gets Their Stuff Together In The End

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine


No one is completely fine at the beginning of their story… or are they?

I Tag| Jaz@TravelsinFiction/ Colleen@Colleen’sConclusions/ Bethany@AllTheBrightBookishPlaces/ Madison@Madison’sInkwell/ Jeneane@LiterarySea 

Thanks for reading,


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