The Viper Book Tag
I’m a huge fan of Viper by Bex Hogan, a fun, fast-paced, adventure set on the high seas, with pirates, monsters, and magic, so I had to create a book tag to celebrate the upcoming release of its sequel, Venom.
A fierce female character
Sloane from Chosen Ones was such a complex character who felt fully realised. She also proved that you can have insecurities and mental health issues and still be fierce.
A memorable setting
One of my favourite aspects of The Devouring Gray is the atmospheric setting of Four Paths. It’s creepy, mysterious, and enticing.
A book set on the high seas
One of my favourite books set on the high seas is Daughter of the Pirate King. If you want some pure escapist fun, then definitely read this duology. Another similar book is To Kill a Kingdom by Alexandra Christo.
A complex villain
A villain I found complex was the Sultan from Traitor to the Throne. He was so persuasive and charismatic to Amani.
A kickass and supportive female character
Cassandra Clare has written some amazing characters but Clary really showed how supportive of Emma she was in The Dark Artifices. Cristina was another character I thought of for this prompt.
A reluctant royal
Henry from Red, White & Royal Blue definitely qualifies as a reluctant royal. I appreciated how he learned to embrace his role though.
A misunderstood character
Christina Henry does a fantastic job exploring the character of Captain Hook in Lost Boy, portraying him in a sympathetic light.
Celia and Marco from The Night Circus are a perfect example of star-crossed lovers frequently kept apart by outside forces.
I’d love for you to join in with this tag and share it with some others who might be interested. I’m tagging: