piątek, 3 lutego 2012

FF#1 - joining the craze every Friday from now on!

Feature & Follow is hosted by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read weekly. You can join me and post the links to your own #FF posts in the comments below.


The question this week is...


Q: Define what characteristics your favorite books share. Do they all have a kick ass heroine or is the hot love interest the Alpha Male?

Well, most of my favorite books give me that gut-wrenching feeling, the feeling of hopelessness. That's why I especially enjoy dystopian books. The worse things happen to characters, the more I enjoy it. I'm not talking about gore stuff, because that's not what I mean. But a situation that seems - in theory - unsolvable, that our characters just have to overcome... I really like that. It shows how resourceful the characters are and how they cope with the hard times.
Other than that, I obviously love strong characters. I'm not against banter/witty dialogues, but characters that are like that all the time tick me off. 

And I like the feeling of unknown, of the mystery that gets solved in the end. :)


So, what is your answer to this question? What makes you love the book?

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8 komentarze:

  1. New follower from the blog hop! I love dystopians too! Here is my FF if you'd like to follow back: http://theonceandfuturelibrarian.blogspot.com/2012/02/feature-and-follow-friday-5.html

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  2. Haha the worse things happen, the better it is because you never know how they're going to get out of it! Hope you have a great Friday :)

    Here's my FF!

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  3. New follower from Follow Friday, I'd love a follow back! I agree with you. The worse the things that happen to them, then the more dramatic and blood-racing it is. Dystopians are also one of my favorites.

    http://eileenlisblog.blogspot.com/2012/02/follow-friday-13.html

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  4. Thanks for stopping by my blog! I am following you now.

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  5. I do love that gut-wrenching, desperate feeling too -- but not every book. I have to mix in some happier books, or mysteries, or something else. I'm truly "eclectic." Thanks for visiting!

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  6. Thanks for the welcome to book blogs!

    Personally, I am big on characters. I need to feel a connection and they need to seem 'real' to me. Plus, they can't be complete idiots, which I feel like happens in a few YA books. I hate it when they walk into trap after trap!

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  7. Hello! I am a new follower!! Found you via the blog hop! Can't wait to read your posts!

    Claire
    http://clairelouisereads.blogspot.com.au/

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