1. Michael Scott – Book that tried WAY too hard:
If you’ve read my review, you already know how I feel about this one. It felt like the author was trying a little too hard to pull one over on the reader.
2. Dwight Schrute – Book that ended up being a lot more complex than you thought it would be:
The premise seemed simple enough, but then I started reading it and there were a bunch of parts where I was just lost. Here’s my review, nuff said.
3. Jim Halpert – YOU in a book. Book/character that you related to a ton:
I relate to Maya and her motivations on so many levels. I think she was one of the first YA characters I read and I really felt connected to. This Side of Home is one of my favorite YAs, I think it warrants a reread.
4. Pam Beesly – Seriously underrated but amazing book you wish everyone would read:
Still Life with Tornado is one of those books that was really weird but also really cool in the way the author approached it. I love A. S. King and her books were the first surrealist fiction I ever read.
5. Ryan Howard – THE INTERN. Debut novel that impressed you:
The ending was spoiled for me in this one but I still enjoyed it a ton. I love those subtle POC main characters that help change the narrative. The story itself was compelling and beautifully written.
6. Andy Bernard – ANNOYING book/character that you can’t help but love (or not):
I loved Levi’s personality so much. He’s the main reason I kept reading.
7. Robert California – Book/character/plot that went over your head or was really confusing:
It was definitely not like the movies. I should’ve known better.
8. Angela Martin – Book with a plot that didn’t appeal to you at first but you ended up loving:
If a plot doesn’t appeal to me, I usually don’t read it so I can’t think of anything for this one. Comment down below any books that fit this for you!
9. Kelly Kapoor – Favorite sassy character:
I don’t know if this is cheating but this one feels so right. Mindy Kaling is the sassiest person I could think of.
10. Kevin Malone – Book that features music:
I read this book over the summer and it definitely features a lot of music.
11. Phyllis Lapin – Book that made you feel warm and fuzzy:
Love and First Sight is just one of those contemporaries that hits you in all your soft spots. I think Phyllis would agree.
12. Oscar Martinez – Book that has an awesome LGBT character that defies stereotypes:
I was strongly considering this one for the sassy character prompt, but I feel like The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue fits this category perfectly. Monty and Percy were definitely much more than their stereotypes.
13. Stanley Hudson – Character/book that DGAF:
Natasha was not about Daniel’s advances in the beginning of this book. She really didn’t care about romance. She had her goals and no one was going to get in her way. The Sun is Also a Star was one of my favorite reads of the summer.
14. Meredith Palmer – Book you couldn’t stomach (too graphic/violent/romantic/vulgar – or whatever your reason!):
I ended up just reading the spark notes after the first suicide. It was just so sad and the spark notes ended up making me feel even sadder.
15. Creed Bratton – Book/series that only ever made you ask more questions:
This is another one that I DNF’d a while back. I was so confused from the beginning.
I tag: Anyone who wants to do this! It’s been floating around the book blogging community for a while so I don’t know who has and hasn’t done this yet.
What books have you been reading?
What’s your favorite prompt?
Have you or will you be doing this tag?