This is actually the first time I've been tagged, so I'm pretty excited. Huge thanks for Kezia @ Chapteriosity for tagging me! Anyway, here's my answers :
a book with character you hate
Meant to Be by Lauren Morrill
The MC--Julia, I think--is really really annoy me. She always think that she's better than other people because she's smart and she's teachers' favorite and spend her free time actually looking around London and not shopping like her friends. I just really dislike her.
a book with gentleman
Magnolia by Kristi Cook
I recently read this book and Ryder Marsden is definitely a gentleman. Seriously, he's just really sweet. And nice. And kind. Jemma is one lucky girl. I wish he was real *sigh dreamily*
a character that is kind, graceful, and defiant
Kestrel from The Winner's Curse by Marie Rutkoski
I was pretty confused at first, but Cinderella reminds me of Kestrel. She wore dress most of the times, yet she could fight. Also, she never back down from a fight. That makes me admire her.
a character that always has someone looking out for them
Harry, Ron, and Hermione from Harry Potter series by J. K. Rowling
Need I say more? The trio always look out for each other. Their friendship is definitely one of the best friendship I've ever read.
something that makes you happy when you're sad
Books, of course! I often found myself reading when I'm feeling sad. It's so easy to forget my problem and lose in their world instead. And also, watching movies can cheer me up!
a character with transformation
Juliette from Shatter Me trilogy by Tahereh Mafi
Juliette's transformation is amazing! She changes from a coward, scared, and loathe-herself girl in book one into a brave and smart girl in book three. Tahereh really did a great job in transforming her.
a book you didn't care for
The One by Kiera Cass
The Selection is actually pretty interesting. I like the concept of it. But when I read The One, I found that I don't care. I don't care about the country and I don't care who she end up with. It's just really bore me.
a book with an ending you didn't see coming
Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas
Definitely this book. My first thought after I read this was "holy shit the ending" and "what the fuck did I just read?" It was really really unexpected! Though, actually, when I thought about it again, there's some signs that show me how it'll end.
something that inspire you to be courageous
Golden by Jessi Kirby
This book teach me to do something that I didn't normally do. Usually, I only do a normal stuff, but after I read this book, I realize that life is too precious to do just normal stuff.
Happily Ever After
a book with a perfect ending
Champion by Marie Lu
I was conflicted with this one because there's so many books that have a perfect ending, but I decide to choose Champion. The ending is just unique, beautiful, and realistic. It's pretty sad, but for me it's perfect.
So that's my answer! Now I tag..