Alright… so here’s the real thing. I love playing The Sims with my best friend which is why I decided to do this tag that I found on ThriceRead and booktube (HaileyHeartsNYC).
1. The Original Sims: The Best Author Debut
Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard. The worldbuilding and the variety of magical abilities in this book is just astounding.
2. The Grim Reaper: The Saddest Character Death
Fred Weasley! I’m gonna miss him for eternity. Why J.K.R., why?!?! 😭😭😭
3. Sims Getting Stuck: A Character That Just Got In The Way
Tariq from The Wrath and the Dawn. His idiocy and hot temper keeps getting people either injured or killed.
4. Simlish: A Book With Amazing Writing
There’s so many!!! But I’m going to settle on The Star-Touched Queen.
5. Expansion Packs: A Series Where The Books Kept On Getting Better
Maas’ ACOTAR was good but her second book ACOMAF was excellent! More action-packed, more characters, and the plot keeps getting deeper and deeper.
6. Sims Romance: The Worst Case Of Insta Love
November 9 is the first book that popped into my mind.
7. Cheats: A Book That Was Entirely Unrealistic
The Maze Runner series. I don’t see how studying the brain’s activity to come up with a cure should involve children getting killed. And why the hell are they the only ones immune? I know it’s sci-fi and anything’s possible but… ugh I really can’t.
8. Needs Fulfillment: A Character Who Made All The Wrong Decisions
Can I just say Ned Stark? First, he decides to go off to King’s Landing with Robert and ignores his instincts. THEN, he decided to be the one to kill off his daughter’s direwolf which I think was a bad omen. And THEN he also revealed to Cersei what he knew, ultimately leading to his own execution! I was super frustrated with him. I think the only right decision he made in his life was keeping Jon Snow’s heritage a secret.
9. Error Code 12: A Series That Started Off Great But Went Downhill From There
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. Overall, I enjoyed the series but I think that first book was infinitely the best.
10. The Sims Vortex: A Book/Series That Completely Engrossed You
The First Phone Call From Heaven. It had my complete attention from the beginning to end. Not one dull moment. I loved every bit of it especially the twists and revelations. It’s so unexpected and full of surprises that I doubt anyone could predict where the story is going.