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The ACB Tag

I was tagged by the ever lovely Icebreaker694 – go check out her wonderful blog. She’s a saint for putting up with my perpetually late tags…


The Rules

  1. Thank the person who tagged you

  2. Use the tags pic (should be at the top of this post)

  3. Mention the creator (Alex @ LordoftheTrekkies) – Who is a lovely blogger in her own right!

  4. Answer the questions below

  5. List three of your favorite blogs

  6. Tag at least two others to try this tag


The “Questions”

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A-Annoying Name a character that got on your nerves.

There are too many for me to figure one out right now…..


L-Labyrinth A plot thats hard to understand.

I can’t think of anything…………


E-Excellent What book, in your opinion, has the best writing?

 


X-Xenograft A plot/situation/character-type that’s been way over used.

I LIKE most tropes. But I can do away with the “YA parents can only be terrible or absent there is no other way of life” thing that happens.


C-Careless A book that is filled with plot holes and inconsistency.

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Its not a bad book, but raised a lot of questions that were never really answered.


H-Helpful A book that’s always been there for you.

 


A-Anticipation A book that you’ve wanted to read for a while.

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R-Ravaged A book to movie adaptation that really stunk.

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Great books, terrible movies…..


M-Metamorphic A character that changed a lot.

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Percy grows a lot throughout the series.


I-Ingenious A one of a kind story/character.

Illuminae – I’ve never seen another book like that one.

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N-Narrative A retelling of a story that you like better then the original.

Not a book but, Easy A – Much more entertaining than The Scarlet Letter.


G-Guru Your go to author.

JK Rowling / Rick Riordan / Cassie Clare

I could be happy reading only their books for all of time.


Blogs

I can’t answer these kinds of questions okay? Everyone’s blog is wonderful in its own way and will be enjoyed by people of these preferences.


I Tag

Roses Book Nook

Raquel @ Rakiodd Books

The Orangutan Librarian

McKenzie @ Bookish Things and Tea

Megan @ Bookslayer Reads

 

 

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