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Jennifer Lawrence Book Tag


I was just browsing Youtube and I discovered the Jennifer Lawrence book tag. Like many people I enjoy Jennifer Lawrence so I thought it would be cool to do a book tag about her and her life. The tag was created by Micheal Booklion however I am going to be using the questions amended by Tashapolis. Both their videos are linked if you are interested in them. So let's get started...


1. Swearing off social media- A book you refuse to read?

50 Shades of Grey by E.L.James- I don't have any interest in this book and I don't want to read this book as I don't read adult romance and erotica. I don't even have any interest in the film. Just no....
















2. The Oscar trip- A book/series that hit a snag?

Allegiant (Divergent, #3)The Divergent series by Veronica Roth-  I enjoyed both Divergent and Insurgent however the series for me hit a snag in Allegiant. I did not enjoy Allegiant that much and I am not really excited for the films considering I have not even seen Insurgent yet. 









3.* The viral Taylor Swift photobomb at the Golden Globes: A book/series you didn't know would get so popular?

OneOne by Sarah Crossan- This one is not massively popular however for a UKYA book it has been quite popular especially with the amount of US booktubers and bloggers who got ARCs of this book. This is quite weird because UKYA does normally just stay popular in the UK rather than going outside. 









4. Work with David O. Russell- Dysfunctional character you can't help but love?

City of Bones (The Mortal Instruments, #1)Clary Fray from the TMI series- Clary can be a very annoying character in the series often going against the word of her friends but she is still a good character at heart. Although stupid at time... 










5. Mystique- A villain who thinks they're doing what's right?

Shadow and Bone (The Grisha, #1)The Darkling from the Grisha series- This was the only villain that I could think of in the heat of the moment and he does care for Alina and would do anything to get her whatever the consequences are. 










6.* Bradley Cooper: What author do you find yourself always coming back to?

The Iron King (The Iron Fey, #1)Julie Kagawa- I am a massive fan of anything that she writes and will most likely buy any books that she releases. I have read all but two of her books and I will have to get to them soon. 










7.* Spoiled for Homeland on National television: A plot line you were spoiled for?

Allegiant (Divergent, #3)Allegiant- I spoiled myself for this one but this is the only major spoiler that I have seen really. I don't get spoiled a lot. 












8. The Hunger Games- Favorite high profile series?

The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games, #1)The Hunger Games- Well then...













9.* Everyone's obsession with being her best friend: A character who's make your ultimate best friend?

Hermione Granger- She likes books, I like books, it is a win, win combination. 

10. Everything she's ever said- Favourite comedic/snarky character?

City of Glass (The Mortal Instruments, #3)Simon Lewis from the TMI series- Simon is one of my favourite characters in this series. He is definitely sarcastic and lovable and really adds to what really is a great series. Clary also really doesn't give him enough credit. Also to the previous question, I hope we could be friends too. 









What are some of your answers to the following questions? Also have you done this book tag? Leave it in the comments below.

See you soon, 

Amy 


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