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Unless you’ve been living under a rock, Avengers Endgame released at the end of April and Marvel fans rejoiced at such a brilliant ending to Phase 3 of the MCU movies. There were joys, there were tears, there were time heists, and I think it’s easily now one of my favourite Marvel movies. So to keep the Avengers love going, I’m taking part in the Avengers Endgame book tag!

Iron Man: A book that made you laugh out loud

Noah Can’t Even, without a doubt! This book is hilarious, even though it’s cringeworthy at times, but made me giggle so much while reading. It’s a true  joy, and I’ve spoken about it quite a lot on this blog.

Captain America: A book with a positive message

Heartstopper. I absolutely love this graphic novel, it’s such a heartwarming read, and follows two teen boys coming to terms with their sexualities and budding relationship. The core message of this book is love is love, and that you will find your person that will love and cherish you no matter what.

Thor: A book with a character’s strength you admire

Saga – and this is actually two characters: Alana and Marko. They’ve faced so much in the world and have come through it on the other side together, and have escaped a war dedicated to wiping out two races that hate each other – a war they were meant to be fighting in against each other. These books are amazing and the characters just go from strength to strength.

Hulk: A book that makes you incredibly angry

The Loneliest Girl in the Universe. Words cannot describe how much I couldn’t stand this book. I’d actually put the book down for over a month because I couldn’t bear to read it anymore, but when I picked it up again it didn’t get any better. The ending was truly infuriating as it didn’t make any sense… I should have left it and not read it further!

Black Widow: A book with a kick ass female protagonist

A Darker Shade of Magic‘s Lila Bard. This girl is fierce! Tough as nails and ready to fight anyone that wronged her, not to mention completely up for sailing the seas with a band of pirates. Lila Bard is definitely a truly kick ass protagonist, and she’s easily one of my favourite characters of all time.

Hawkeye: An underrated book that people should pay more attention to

Long Way Down. Bloody hell, this was a book that blew me away. It’s a poetry novel that packs a punch, and is the journey of one boy travelling down in a lift with the intent to kill his brother’s killer. The entire novel spans a few seconds, and it’s one that needs far more love than it currently gets.

Bonus Question
Loki: A book with a twist or surprise that tricked you

The Cruel Prince! It started off a little slow, building the courtly Fae scene and establishing the basis of the cruel prince himself, Cardan, and why he is how he is. I was still interested and gripped despite this though, and continued reading. Then, to my absolute surprise, a shocking scene towards the end of the book ended up with many of the Fae royalty dead. I was shocked, and definitely wasn’t expecting it.

As this is a book tag, I’m tagging…:

Read by Ray

Julie-Anne Reads

And if you’re reading this, I’m tagging you too!


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