The Cheesiest Book Tag

We were tagged by Laura Beth to do this cheesy book tag! Check out her responses here!

The Rules:

  1. Pingback the original creator (Sydney @ Fire and Rain Books) so she can see all your cheesy goodness answers.
  2. Pingback the person who tagged you (as per usual).
  3. Have fun!

Cheddar

The traditional cheese: Name your favorite classic novel.

I’m not a huge fan of classics, so I would probably say my “favorite” is Wuthering Heights but it’s still not one of my favorite books.

Swiss

The hole-y cheese: Name an emotional roller coaster.

A Man Called Ove is my #1 emotional roller coaster book, I went from laughing to crying so many different times in that book.

Blue Cheese

The controversial cheese: Name an unpopular book opinion you have.

Not a big Cassandra Clare fan.

Brie

The favorite cheese: Name an author you always want more of.

Sarah J. Maas is my #1, but I would say that Francesca Zappia, the author of Eliza and Her Monsters is a close second.

Gouda

The Dutch cheese: Name a book that makes you want to travel.

The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue.

American

The fake cheese: Name your least favorite book / a book you love to hate on.

Of Fire and Stars by Audrey Colthurst. There’s just something about a book that has a big thing to do with horses and then naming your main character Mare that does something to me.

Colby Jack

The mixed cheese: Name your favorite ship.

Eliza and Wallace from Eliza and Her Monsters.

Mozzarella

The simple cheese: Name an old favorite you’ll never stop loving.

I would usually go with Harry Potter… cause you know. But, I think I’m going to go with The Selection (first three books). That is my main guilty pleasure.

Pepper Jack

The spicy cheese: Name a book you can’t judge by its cover.

Probably Daughter of Smoke & Bone. Those aren’t my favorite covers, but Laini Taylor’s writing inside of them is beautiful enough to make up for it.

Muenster

The monster cheese: Name a villain that you wish never had the joy of eating cheese again.

Goddard from Scythe by Neal Shusterman… what a great villain he is.

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