Seven Deadly Sins Book Tag

I was tagged by my new blogger buddy Evie over at Prescription Fiction thanks for the tag girlie!
So, basically I have to answer bookish questions that are in reference to each of the Seven Deadly Sins. 
Let's Get Ready To Rumbbbbblllleeeeeeee !

What is the most expensive and inexpensive book you have in your library?

Okay so I might be cheating because I technically don't own this book just yet, but I will be soon, so I'm counting it anyway. Don't be mad, I do what I want ! lol. 
 But that book is . . . 


                               S by J.J Abrams & Doug Dorst

                            I've been wanting this book for forever! I really enjoy books that tell more than one story, sort of like how House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski is done. Now what makes it the most expensive? Well, because it's $35 freaking dollars on amazon! Which is why I want it as a christmas gift. You won't break my pockets S ! I heard it's well worth the price though, so I'll give it a pass.

Now, the most inexpensive book that I own is . . .

The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton

I received this book, about a couple of days ago from my mother, and too be honest, I forgot it was even in my collection. She was searching for some bibles on amazon, and ended up seeing this, (idk how don't ask lol), and decided to purchase the E-book version for me. I'm most certainly not complaining, I mean it was Free.99 people! Anywho, it's not the most inexpensive book, but it's my most recent besides review copies I've acquired.

What author do you have a love/hate relationship with?

Filthy "Serial" by Megan D. Martin
Now this isn't exactly what you're thinking, because I absolutely love Megan and her work. She does a dysfunctional story so damn well, ugh I can't help but to be obssessed with her books. Which is why I have a love/hate relationship with her. Let me explain.

These books, 6 in total, are called Serials. They're super short stories, about 40 pages, and are released every month. That is where my hate comes in. First of all, this story is soooo good and 40 pages is not enough! Do you hear me Megan, not freaking enough. Then ontop of that heartbreak, we have to wait a whole month to read another part to the story. I'm in tears thinking about how I have to wait until the first week of November to read Filthy 4. 

I want more, and I want it now! 
See did you feel my wrath? No? Okay moving on. lol

What book have you deliciously devoured over and over again, with no remorse whatsoever?

Well, here's the thing my blogger friends. I don't re-read books. At All. Like I'm one of those people where I love the element of surprise, and if I re-read a book, I won't really have that factor. I don't even re-watch movies. The movie has to be good for me to re-watch it lol. But if I had to re-read a book it would be . . . 
You guessed it . . . 

Forbidden by Tabitha Suzuma

This is one of my favorite books of all time! I will forever rant and rave about this book to anyone who will listen, and even those of you won't !

What book have you neglected reading to laziness?

A Game Of Thrones by George R.R Martin

Everyone loves this series and I'm just over here like, " Uh it's fantasy, almost a thousand pages, and there's soo many books in the series . . . yea I'll wait till I'm not so lazy to start." If I ever do lol.

What book do you most talk about in order to sound like an intellectual reader?

To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee

This book was such a big thing when I was in school. After reading the story we had a huge test and essay to complete, and I passed with flying colors and my english teacher was so impressed! Even when I speak to adults, whenever the conversation is reverted to classic novels, I'm always mentioning TKAM. I be sounding all kindsss of smart ! * snap , snap *

What attributes do you find most attractive in male and female characters. 

Okay, I'm going to sound soo weird, but I love my characters crazy lol. I like when they're lost, abused, completely messed up in the head, because I love the character growth that these characters tend to go through. They start out rough and broken, like a old forgotten toy, then transition to shiny jewels, shining brighter than ever. I sound like a proud mama lmao. 

You Turn by Marion Croslydon

Zachary Murdoch went under such a transformation. Check out my review to read more of my thoughts on his growth.


                   Filthy by Megan D. Martin

Although this story is nowhere near complete, I can't help but feel that Faye is going to surprise us with a total 360. Her life is the definition of dysfunctional, and it would be the perfect ending to see her rise from the ashes. Butttt even if she doesn't I'll still love her the same lol.

What books would you most like to receive as a gift?

Just about every book on my amazon wishlist and goodreads TBR lol. But if I had to choose say 2 books, then I would pick . . . 

  A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Gray
  I mean look at this cover ! Need I say more ?

Since You've Been Gone by Morgan Matson

I absolutely loved Amy & Roger's Epic Detour by Morgan, and I've heard nothing but good things about this title as well. It's definitely going on my christmas list of books that I want this year!

So that wraps up my Seven Deadly Sins Tag! Thank you again Evie !