The Percy Jackson/Heroes of Olympus Character book tag
When I heard the news about the PJO book series being adapted as a Disney+ series, I was so excited that I started telling my family and friends about it. Since none of them have read the books, they couldn’t understand my level of excitement.
Of course, all of my twitter feed that day was so full of comments and retweets about the news. Book twitter COULD understand why I was so excited (thank you).
I have to thank May over at Forever and Everly? Thank you so much for creating this amazing tag and tagging me as well! Also, I will be using May’s artwork/graphics because I feel like they look so good and are an essential part of the tag.
- Thank the person who tagged you and link to their post.
- Link to the original creator: May @ Forever and Everly! Please note that she made the artwork/graphics, if using them. *If you care about graphics having a clear quality, make it big enough so that the dimensions are 1103 x 175!
- Match books with the given prompts.
- Tag however many people as wanted!
- Copy-paste the rules and list of prompts.
I really liked the format, the characters, and the plot overall! I can’t believe it took me such a long time to finally pick it up from my TBR.
Nevernight by Jay Kristoff. At first, I was so confused by the beginning and especially by the POVs. What I find genius about this book is the imagination of the author. By this I mean, the whole world, how the story is written, and the details that are included in every single chapter.
This thriller should be talked about more! If you like thrillers, this is an easy read and a GREAT page-turner!
At first, I thought that I would hate Thirteen Reasons Why, but it was actually a page-turner. I read it years before the Netflix series came out (which I haven’t watched btw) and I thought I would not like it at all. I had to read it for a school project and honestly, I was just preparing myself to not finish it.
When I was in elementary, The Lightning Thief was the first book with no drawings that I ever read.
I absolutely love it when there are mythological references in books and/or films.
Honestly I love how every sister is different from one another. But, the sibling relationship that I absolutely adore is the one between Nesta and Elain Archeron. They just compliment each other’s personalities (Idk if that makes sense).
Fangirl. It just took me SO LONG to finish this book. I was spending so many weeks reading a book that it should have taken me days to finish it. I realized that this had happened once I FINALLY closed the book, removed by bookmark, and went to my Goodreads account. In the end, I don’t think I even wrote a review.
The Kite Runner. I don’t think The Kite Runner was a very hyped book to begin with, but I don’t know a single person that has read it and that hasn’t loved it.
Cliché but I would probably choose Life of Pi. Honestly, I don’t remember much about this book so this is exactly the reason why I would choose it. The plot overall is compelling enough and ideal to read in this situation.
Every time I try to buy One of us is Lying via Amazon, there is a ‘sold-out message’. It is so frustrating but the premise plus the reviews from this book makes it sound like a story that I would absolutely love.
I’ve participated in so many giveaways of Jo & Laurie (and haven’t won a single one of them). I just HAVE to read it! There is no way I’ll be disappointed. It’s the romantic retelling I’ve “always” wanted!
The Selection by Kiera Cass was the first book that I ever read in a single day. It was such a light-hearted read and an amazing page-turner. When a friend told me about this book, I didn’t think I would like it because it just seemed so predictable and cheesy.
I was right; the first three books are soooo cheesy BUT in a good way that it just melts your heart tbh.
Alsoooo, the announcement that there is going to be a Netflix adaptation is one of the best book news of the year.
This is going to sound awful but I don’t think I’ve ever read a book that has made me laugh. Sure, maybe with a line a character said or an embarrassing situation that happened to that character, but I can’t think of one right now. I’ll just go with “Heartless” by Marissa Meyer because it’s a book that reminded me a lot of my childhood and made me smile throughout most of the book.
I read the first book a very long time ago but I just I LOVEEE The Maze Runner book series. I don’t remember the details but I do remember the plot and the characters and to me, they were perfect!
Halfway through, I had no idea how “Sadie” by Courtney Summers was going to end. The timeline, the set of events, and the POV’s were leading to something that was still unknown but soooo intriguing.
I really loved Taken and the trilogy overall! So many people will complain about this book saying that the world was “not developed enough” and whatnot, but I really loved the story. This comes from a person that loves the YA dystopian genre. Everything was so clear that it was like having a movie in your head and the plot was really entertaining.
The thing about this book is that most of the time I just felt so so annoyed and frustrated at the characters’ actions and at the plot overall.
Yes I’m so basic but Feyre and Rhysand are my ultimate favorite literary couple (so far).
Miya over at Too Much Miya
Anne Carty over at Run Away Irish Girl
Dani over at Metomorphoreader
Madeline over at Mad’s Books
Allie over at The Hufflepuff Nerdette
Esther over at Cozy with Books
Cielo over at Bellerose Reads
Ashlee over at Books are 42
Lucy over at Sunstar Books
Giuls over at Bookish Giuls
Have you read the Percy Jackson and The Olympians book series?
Can you think of a book series (other than Percy Jackson)that you think would be perfect for a Disney+ series adaptation?