I’m obsessed with books. I’m obsessed with Hamilton. So, I figured why not combine the two? Thus, I have created the Hamilton book tag. Now, I suspect there may be another Hamilton book tag circulating the bookish world. However, I haven’t seen it so here’s my attempt at creating a tag.
Alexander Hamilton: Favorite flawed hero
Victor from Vicious by V.E Schwab: I had to give this to one of V.E. Schwab’s characters. She is the master of grey areas within characters. Though Victor is our main character of Vicious I was often left wondering if he was truly “the hero.”
King George III: Favorite villain
Bellatrix Lestrange from the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling:
I always loved reading about Bellatrix throughout the Harry Potter series. She was dark and twisted and funny. She is everything I could want in a villain.
John Laurens: Most lovable supporting character
Sevro au Barca from The Red Rising Trilogy by Pierce Brown: I am definitely a howler. Sevro is so funny and lovable. I am endeared by his psychotic behaviors in a way I never thought possible.
Hercules Mulligan: Character who snuck in and stole your heart.
Inej Ghafa from Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo: I mean she is the wraith after all. Inej was vulnerable enough to be human but still strong and badass. She had such a balance of character that I was enamored with her. I just want to continue to read about Inej.
Marquis de Lafayette: Best friend OTP
Cassian and Rhysand from A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas: Total bros. When these two hilarious and snarky guys get together magic happens. I find almost every scene that has both Cassian and Rhys in it to be hilarious.
Elizabeth Schuyler: Doomed OTP
Blue Sargent and Richard Campbell Gansey III from The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater: I mean there’s a prophecy forbidding this from happening to start with. But, there is an electrifying chemistry between these two characters.I just can’t help but root for them to get together.
Angelica Schuyler: Baddest bitch
Shahrzad from The Wrath and the Dawn by Renee Ahdieh: I had to choose Shahrzad because of her use of her intellect. She solves her initial issue with the use of her intelligence. This manipulative skill was amazing to me and made me respect the character so much more.
George Washington: Favorite parental figure
Maura Sargent from The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater: Who wouldn’t want a psychic for a parent? Okay, maybe that wouldn’t be the best thing ever. But, Maura is a lot of fun while still trying to help Blue along the way.
Thomas Jefferson: Character with all the best lines
Rhysand from A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas: Rhys is the perfect combination of sass and beautiful. He can make a hilarious comment one second and follow it up with a profound and beautiful statement in the next. Hes a wordsmith. Everything he says has a grace to it unlike any other.
I would like to tag anybody and everybody who reads this post! I am dying to see your answers. Just make sure to tag us in your post.