The Muppets Book Tag

Muppets

 

I wasn’t actually tagged for this one, but I saw it over at mythical musings & FLYING PAPERBACKS and as a Muppet fan, I couldn’t resist. If you haven’t already, you should definitely check out Helen and LaRonda’s blogs.

 


 

Let’s begin

 


 

Swedish Chef

Name a book that should have been good but left the foulest taste in your mouth…

Swedish Chef

 

This one I’ll have to give to Starcrossed by Josephine Angelini.

On paper this is totally my kind of read as it has:

  • Mythology 
  • Romance 

But this YA series definitely wasn’t for me. I’ve mentioned it many times in my reviews, but the heroine is a nightmare. If she’d died I probably would have enjoyed it.

 

Fozzie Bear

Name a book that you couldn’t help but laugh at the jokes or characters

Fozzie Bear

 

Without doubt or second thought, this one goes to Percy Jackson. Which one you ask? Percy Jackson and the Olympians & Heroes of Olympus – any and ALL of them are hilarious! I know I’ve mentioned it before but I’ll happily say it again: Percy is definitely one of my all time favourite narrators.

 

Bunson Honeydew and Beaker

Name a book that made you feel a little smarter by the end of it

DR Bunsen Honeydew And Beaker

 

Hmm… I don’t really know. I mean, there’s plenty of school and course book I’ve read, that made me smarter. Like Math for dummies, Math for extra dumb dummies (I felt judged by that title!).

 

Crazy Harry

Name a book where a character or something about the book drives you crazy

Crazy Harry

 

The entire Covenant series by Jennifer L. Armentrout is seriously messed up. The heroine a not so sweet mixture of a special snowflake and a bully. It’s so frustrating reading about, how she gets away with absolutely everything, even her bullying is praised. What should be bravery comes across as misplaced pride so all in all, I can’t stand her. Yet another YA heroine that doesn’t deserve a HEA.

 

Janice

Name a book that was an easy read and gave you good vibes

Janice

 

I’ve recently read, reviewed and raved a lot about Just Be You and I can’t think of any book, that’s given me better vibes in a long time.

 

Stalter & Waldorf

A book that you loved and was turned into a movie that you hated

Stalter and Waldorf

 

Ah, that’s an easy one! Percy Jackson And The Lightning Thief & Percy Jackson And The Sea of Monsters. I usually try not to get into this, because my God I hated the films. Sure, the effects were cool and the Hippocampus was undeniable beautiful. However, the plot was twisted and ruined beyond recognition. Ugh! And the last thing, I actually mentioned this just the other day, but the opening scene of Lightning Thief… you know, when Zeus and Poseidon FIGHT… two immortal gods throw fist punches at each other. THAT just took lame to a new low.

 


 

I’m so glad I stumbled upon this tag and, I had a lot of fun doing it. It is a bit surprising that Kermit, Miss Piggy and the Cookie Monster aren’t part of it, but such is life.

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13 thoughts on “The Muppets Book Tag

      1. I literally know even know what is wrong with it, like one minute I was looking up prices for my bookhaul (again because I liked had 200$ leftover from my sovinours money from DC) than like all of a sudden I was unable to space my words out and I turned it off still did it, left it turned off overnight nothing changed, so I’m using someone else’s laptop to do posts and hope that I get a new keyboard for mine

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  1. The Covenant series’ protagonist does sound horrible! I’ve read heroines who behave entitled and aggressive, but are advertised as “brave and prideful,” which, as you say, is totally misplaced. And lol I love Percy as the narrator! Have you by any chance read the Bartimaeus trilogy? It’s absolutely hilarious because the narrator is similarly snarky like Percy. 😉

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    1. She’s probably the worst I’ve ever read about. At some point it even says something like “I realised that I had been mean to her all this time for no reason. But I wasn’t going to apologise” Like seriously WTF 😦

      I haven’t read the Bartimaeus books, yet. But I have heard good things about them 🙂

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