This week we are talking about the words in a summary or topics alluded to that automatically make us pick up a book! We've decided to do a collab post this time!
Oh. Gosh. If the book has this word in it's description, then it's mine. I like books with kick-ass drama, and the "I'm going to find you, and when I do, I'll kill you" aspect! It's an addiction really. Usually the person who wants revenge is witty, sarcastic, strong-willed, and bad-ass. I like that. I like it a lot ...
I've ALWAYS loved Greek Mythology, plain and simple. I can practically fact check the authors, too! :D
If the book has the word "forbidden" in the summary - I'm sold! That's all it truly requires to be a good story (in my eyes). I guess I like seeing the main character get past the obstacles, and to whatever is forbidden. (Usually a boy/girl, or place.) Either that, or I'm the type of teenager that subconsciously blocks out the word "no."
Going back to the whole "forbidden", "bad", "stop", and "no" thing. Bad boys are the now. I don't care if somewhere along the line someone is going to get hurt, as long as I can keeping on adding on to my tag-and-bag list, you know?
I've recently fallen in love with dystopia. The tale of a new world, and people who refuse to conform. It's - it's just cool.
No parents, yay! (Note: I'm a teenager. Yeah. I apologize.) You're either sent here, because you're filthy stinking rich, you're a witch, for reform, or "psycho" enough to be a danger to ordinary people and then you find out the headmistress is evil. Yup. That just about sums it up.
How about you guys? what're your 10 topics/words?!