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Brooklyn 99 Book Tag

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I was tagged by the lovely Layla from Readable Life to do the Brooklyn Nine Nine tag! I’ve actually been watching a few episodes in the evening while I’ve been unwell so I figured this would be perfect to do this week!

JAKE PERALTA;
A PROTAGONIST THAT YOU CAN’T HELP BUT LOVE

Mia Corverre from the Nevernight Chronicles. I feel that Mia does all of these questionable and morally grey, if not utterly black things. She’s abrasive, she has a crappy temper and quite enjoys (most of the time) murdering people but (and I know I’m not the only one) I cannot help but absolutely adore her.

AMY SANTIAGO;
STRONG FEMALE CHARACTER

This is a tough one! Almost all of the books I read have strong female characters in. The first one that comes to mind, however, is Emma Carstairs from the Shadowhunter Chronicles. I love that Emma is not only physically strong and totally badass but that despite all the horrible things that have happened to her she does her best to stay mentally strong for those around her but she can also admit when she finds things difficult (eventually). She’s such a presence and I like that she’s able to be soft and gentle as well as hardened and tough without either side compromising the other.

GINA LINETTI;
FAVOURITE BOOK INCLUDING ROYALTY

Absolutely agreeing with Layla here and saying The Wicked King. I ADORE political intrigue, especially when it’s all dark and underhanded but even better than that is a love/hate almost relationship where the two of them can’t decide if they want to kiss each or stab each other (not healthy or a real idea for actual relationships I am aware disclaimer as always). I am desperate for Queen of Nothing!

TERRY JEFFORDS;
BOOK THAT HAS THE BEST CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT

I adored Remy from Summer Bird Blue and the way her character developed over the course of the book. You could really feel her struggle and her seemingly ever-present grief trying to eat away at her and the book can be a little heavy with it at times but as Remy’s character develops over time the whole story begins to feel lighter too and it was fantastic to see her begin to heal and face her life as her own.

RAYMOND HOLT;
BOOK THAT WAS BORING AT FIRST IMPRESSION, BUT TURNED OUT TO BE AMAZING

I actually want to answer with a trilogy instead of a single book for this one. I read Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton just before going to an event for the launch of Traitor to the Throne and what I’d read to begin with was okaaaay. It didn’t blow me away but it wasn’t inherently bad, it was just a little boring but towards the end it really started picking up and I was interested enough to pick up the sequel at the launch and that sat on my shelf for almost a year but as the release of the third and final book, Hero at the Fall loomed I decided to finally read the second and it blew me away, I adored it and I devoured the third book a month later and to this date it has been my favourite ending to a series. I loved it and it felt crazy to remember a time when I found the first book boring.

CHARLES BOYLE;
CHARACTER WHO PROVIDES THE BEST COMEDY RELIEF IN TENSE MOMENTS

Another one I have to agree with Layla for! Finnian from Aurora Rising is absolute gold. He’s sassy, sarcastic and flirty at pretty much all times including when in mortal peril.

ROSA DIAZ;
A CHARACTER YOU LOVE, BUT WHO COULD KILL YOU IN A SECOND

Okay so I’m not sure I’ve really mentioned it on social media but most of my friends will tell you that the ones that could kill me in a second are usually my favourites. It seems I have a thirst for hot fictional murder-ery villains. I feel like me top three four would probably be Mia Corverre (duh), Damon Salvatore, Jasper Hale and Mattew Clairmont.
I might have a vampire problem okay?!

HITCHCOCK & SCULLY;
FAVOURITE DUOLOGY

I’ve actually read very few duologies but I think my favourite I’ve read so far would probably be Strange the Dreamer and Muse of Nightmares. These were the first books I’d read by Laini Taylor and I immediately fell in love with her poetic prose and her these books that read like fairytales. I loved them in audiobook form especially, Steve West is a brilliant narrator.

CHEDDAR;
FAVOURITE FURRY COMPANION

Nelly from Heartstopper. She’s a gorgeous, bouncy border Collie and I always end up with a stupid, huge grin on my face whenever she’s on the page. She is life and honestly, I think she needs her own fan club because she’s amazing.

Thank you Layla for tagging me, NINE NINE! If you think you’d like to give this a go consider yourself tagged and let me know so I can check out your answers!

6 thoughts on “Brooklyn 99 Book Tag”

      1. Oh I haven’t played it either, had no idea what it was until I read the AU! I’m sadly not a gamer and I probably won’t have time to play it but I loved how Oseman made it work for the AU narrative.

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