Hey guys, Welcome back to ‘Read between the lines’. If you are new to this tag. I have left the details below or go check out my previous tag last week.
I will start by asking a random question and giving you guys my answer. I will try and include some questions from the books I’ve read aswell. If you would like to get involved then either comment on the blog page or contact me via email ( which is linked in the contact section).
This week I will also be tagging one other blogger to take part in this. The rules are as followed:
- Thank the person who tagged you and link to their post.
- Display the banner(optional)
- Link to the original creator: The Write Path
- Answer the question!
- Tag however many people as you want!
Do you prefer happy endings – or more realistic?
This is kind of a hard question as I do like realistic endings, where you want to know what happens to the characters in the book, however, I have read so many YA where the ending has been sad/ realistic but I refuse to accept it as I really wanted a happy ending! I become so invested in characters life that I refuse to accept that decision made by the author. I can’t be the only one who becomes emotionally attached to the characters as well as the book. I think if we could get away with the ‘Happy Ever Afters’ in every book then it would be really boring and unrealistic- as much as we would love that!
So in all fairness, I would choose both, where there can be happy endings but also realistic depending on the book.
However, there are a few books that I refuse the accept the endings off, which include:
- Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Powell
- The Fault in our Stars by John Green
- One of us is lying by Karen McManus
- All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven
- Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman
- Everyday by David Levithan
- One by Sarah Crossan
- Normal People by Sally Rooney
- Black Eyed Susans by Julia Heaberlin
What do you guys think? Anyone else feel the same way and get emotionally attached to book.
I nominate Rachel from A Bookworm’s Paradise for the tag.