Jennifer Lawrence Book Tag

Tags and Challenges

What time is it?!?

Just kidding. It’s not. *cries*

What time is it?!?! Adventure Time!

Still no. Sadly. It’s just book tag time. I wanted to do the Jennifer Lawrence Book Tag, because first of all I love and worship Jennifer Lawrence, and second of all, it’s about Jennifer Lawrence.

So there’s a set of questions pertaining to bits and pieces of Jennifer’s life and links it all back to books, so here we go.

Growing up in Kentucky—Your favorite book set in a rural area?

DANG. This is a toughie. I hardly remember locations unless they’re fictional worlds with unique names. Um. Does The Lord of the Rings series count? The whole of Middle Earth is pretty rural, I guess. Kind of, right?

Discovery on the streets of NY—A little known book you found while browsing and ended up loving?

Good juan. Touché. Okay, both of these are probably well known… NOW, but when I first found them, you wouldn’t have had a clue what I was talking about. So I’m gonna say either Obsidian or The Goddess Test. I kind of selfishly wish I could keep those to myself.

Swearing off social media—a book you refuse to read?

Aw man. I love all books. I like giving them a chance. I suppose if I had to choose…The Maze Runner probably? Or any of the Nicholas Sparks books. I have nothing against either of those honestly, so if you’re a fan, I am so sorry. I just never really had an interest in reading either one.

Beginnings on TV into film—a series that gets better with each installment?

Ooo, oh boy. A Series of Unfortunate Events, I think. Or maybe the Mortal Instruments.

The Oscar Trip—A book/series that hit a snag?

Beautiful Creatures. By far, this is the one book series where I just slowly lost interest. The first couple were good and fun, until Lena Duchannes made me so angry I got fed up with the books and quit around the third or fourth book. Sorry, casters.

Jlaw and Chris Martin—Favorite book by a collaboration of authors?

The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor. ‘nuff said.

Work with David O. Russel—Dysfunctional character you can’t help but love?

CRAP. *thinks for a while* I’m probably going to be hated for saying this, but probably Christian Trevelyan Grey. He’s pretty messed up. I didn’t love the books, but I didn’t hate them either. I thought they were okay, alright. The best part is either the humor or imagining how incredibly hot Christian is.

Mystique—A villain who thinks they’re doing what’s right?

Annie Wilkes. Because holy mother, what a freaking psycho. She definitely believed that what she was doing was right though. In her own…freakish…mind.

The Hunger Games—Favorite high profile series?

Am I allowed to say The Hunger Games? Well. I’m gonna say it anyway. The Hunger Games.

Everything she’s ever said—Favorite comedic/snarky character?

WHY CAN’T I THINK OF ANYONE? SHIT. Augustus Waters??? I guess? Not really, but that’s the only person that comes to mind.

Wellp. Thas it.

Thank you, ありがとう.


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