- Introduce us to your favorite fictional female – What does she look like? Is there an actress that you think of when you think of the character? Is she tough or timid? You could do a mock interview with your character, or create a bio/resume for her.
I had a very hard time answering this question because I really don’t have any favorite fictional female (I have a lot of fictional females I hate though), so basically, I stalked my bookshelves for five entire minutes until I can pick one favorite fictional female.
In the end, I had decided that my favorite fictional female is definitely Allie Sekemoto from the Blood of Eden series. Allie is a girl living in a dystopian society, is Japanese, and is super tough. If I was put in her situation, I would have died right off. I would have given in to society after less than a year of resistance.
The actress I think of when I read The Immortal Rules and The Eternity Cure is Park Min-Young. For those of you who don’t know her, she plays Kim Na-Na in the amazing Korean drama City Hunter. (Watch it! There’s a very hot guy in the drama!) I know, I know, Allie is Japanese, not Korean like Kim Na-Na, but sadly, I don’t know any Japanese actors. Park Min-Young is a great actor and I think that she would make a perfect Allie.
I tried doing an Allie bio, but it epic failed. Oh well, this is all you guys will get. :P
Today is the Page 99 Test challenge, hosted by Meagan from Reviewing Wonderland! Today’s challenge should be simple; simply flip to page 99 and put a short synopsis of that page. Remember guys, no spoilers!
For this challenge, I’ll be using This Song Will Save Your Life again.
Told in a refreshingly genuine voice, This Song Will Save Your Life is an exuberant novel about identity, friendship, and the power of music to bring people together.
Elise is learning the DJing rules from the DJ Char, specifically, she’s learning how to read the crowd to see what they want. (ARC 99)
Will I read the book based on page 99 alone? No, honestly, not really, but guys, don’t judge this book by page 99! This Song Will Save Your Life is a really great book, and I usually don’t like contemporaries, so that’s really saying something.
Will you read This Song Will Save Your Life, judging from page 99 alone?