This is a tag going around the youtube book community created by booktuber BookishlyMalyza, the video can be found here. I’ve been continuously watching videos featuring the 7 Deadly Sins of Reading Tag, they’re very enjoyable to watch and I am not ashamed to admit I have been addicted to searching for new videos of this tag.I still want to do this tag though I do not make videos, that’s how I roll. So onwards to the tag!

GREED What is your most expensive book? What is your least expensive book?

Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince
My most expensive book is Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince by J.K Rowling. I remember my mom waiting in line at the bookstore the day it came out, it was so overpriced but absolutely worth it. It was $185 TTD, approximately $29.00 USD. I devoured this book in days. It still has that ugly price sticker on it. ><

The Fruit of My Lipstick
My least expensive book is The Fruit of My Lipstick by Shelley Adina. I got this for free from the owner of a local used bookstore as I was always buying books and it was Christmas time I think. It was a nice, quick read. 🙂

WRATH—What author do you have a love/hate relationship with?
This is quite recent as I am currently reading the Lord of the Rings series. Yes, I have a love/hate relationship with J.R.R Tolkien. Brilliant author but the pacing of The Fellowship of the Ring is slow in the beginning so I end up getting distracted and putting it down. I am really enjoying the story but it’s a slow read for me.

GLUTTONY—What book have you deliciously devoured over and over with no shame whatsoever?

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone and Once and Always
I can say with pride that I’ve read Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone so many times. I would always try to reread the series but never complete it so I would restart reading the series from the beginning every year. The other book, I am a little embarrassed but I’ve reread it so much times I had to mention it. Once and Always by Judith McNaught, I loved this book, I realize there are terrible moments and many times I should facepalm but it’s probably still my favourite adult romance or at the very least, my most read. It’s my guilty pleasure. 😛

SLOTH—What book have you neglected reading due to laziness?

Pride and Prejudice
There are many books on my shelf that I’ve neglected but Pride and Prejudice takes the cake. A few years ago I fell in love with cover, I knew it was a good book and I did attempt reading it a few times but always put it back on that dusty, old shelf. I will read it in June. I must, the poor unread thing. Reading classics, for me, is like trying to overcome a language barrier. :sweat:

PRIDE—What book do you most talk about in order to sound like a very intellectual reader?
I rarely talk about books, when I do it’s fangirlish, i.e. it’s just too much to keep in, I’m so wholly invested in a book that speaking intelligently just does not happen. It’s more like “ALL MY FEELS!” However, when I did Literature in high school, I did enjoy discussing To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. :lovestruck:

LUST—What attributes do you find most attractive in male or female characters?
This depends on the genre of book I’m reading but generally for females, I love strong, intelligent characters or even if they’re a bit cold. I really liked Tris from Divergent. For males, this varies but right now I’m very attracted to quirky, funny, guys. I loved Isaac from The Fault in Our Stars. In contemporary YA, I like the funny, odd characters whereas in fantasy/action I like badass, determined and loyal characters.

ENVY—What books would you most like to receive as a gift?
The Ultimate Hitchhiker’s Guide for the Galaxy by Douglas Adams. I WANT THIS BOOK SO BADLY. My local bookstores don’t have it and I can’t order from book depository just yet. But anything on my very long wishlist will make me very happy.


Title: Divergent (Divergent #1)
Author: Veronica Roth
Published: May 3rd 2011
Synopsis: In Beatrice Prior’s dystopian Chicago, society is divided into five factions, each dedicated to the cultivation of a particular virtue—Candor (the honest), Abnegation (the selfless), Dauntless (the brave), Amity (the peaceful), and Erudite (the intelligent). On an appointed day of every year, all sixteen-year-olds must select the faction to which they will devote the rest of their lives. For Beatrice, the decision is between staying with her family and being who she really is—she can’t have both. So she makes a choice that surprises everyone, including herself.

During the highly competitive initiation that follows, Beatrice renames herself Tris and struggles to determine who her friends really are—and where, exactly, a romance with a sometimes fascinating, sometimes infuriating boy fits into the life she’s chosen. But Tris also has a secret, one she’s kept hidden from everyone because she’s been warned it can mean death. And as she discovers a growing conflict that threatens to unravel her seemingly perfect society, she also learns that her secret might help her save those she loves . . . or it might destroy her.

I bought this book having very high expectations as I only read good reviews. Before reading, I tried lowering my expectations so as to not be disappointed but there wasn’t any need to do that as Divergent is a highly enjoyable book though not without flaws. I’ll touch on the good stuff first.

Believe people when they say that they could not put this down. I tried convincing myself that I would close the book after just one more chapter but somehow that turned into staying up for hours. It’s a fast paced read with rarely any dull moments and the story is centred around remarkable characters but honestly, only one made me love this book as much as I do.

Tris (Beatrice) is awesome. She is strong, determined, smart and her development as a character is amazing. Initially, she’s Abnegation but questions the way she lives her life, she is quiet, innocent and there are instances in the beginning of the book which reflect these qualities. However, she grows into a very brave person, at times she was conflicted and may come off as cold but I liked that. It made her interesting and more dimensional as a character. I wasn’t really attracted to any other character though I did like Christina. I wasn’t captivated by Four as other readers were though he is strong and I liked that the author showed his vulnerabilities and different sides to him. For me, Tris outshone everyone but I do hope in Insurgent that the side characters are explored in more dept.

For half of the book, we see the Dauntless initiation and much of the focus is on the survival of Tris and her friends, this is where we see the changes in Tris not only due to the hardships of this new life but the freedom that allows her to interact with people and make the choices that she wants to make. The initiation was exciting, intense and there were moments where I had to calm myself before I read another page. The Dauntless are crazy and their actions make Divergent an “oh damn I can’t put this down” novel.

Now onto the things that bothered me about Divergent though it is very little. I had some concern as to the development of the factions. How was it developed? How did society become like this? What is the world like outside of Chicago? I would have liked if some of my questions were answered. Some things in the book were predictable but it didn’t really take away from the reading experience, I just wanted more and more. Most times I was busy rolling around fangirling over scenes in the book.

The climax, those brilliant last 100 oh so pages were so intense, emotional and incredible. I was very impressed by the time I finished. Veronica Roth managed to suck me in, keep me captivated and engrossed even though at times I thought “Oh this is ridiculous”. Plus there were extra sprinkles of awesomeness such as a little romance, humour and interesting relationships. This is an amazing book, if you enjoy dystopia YA then you’ll love this. If my gushing was no indication then I shall say it, I love this book. Read it.

Currently, Lollibean is the blog of a 19 year old book lover, fairy dust believer and dream chaser. I blog about the things I love, books, movies, music, rants and ramblings, my thoughts and my life. was purchased on Friday the 27th of November 2009. For a while I’ve been in search of the domain that felt right for me. I came across one of my favourite artist’s nickname: marleybean and I instantly fell in love with it but I couldn’t use her name for my domain. So I thought what are two candies I love (they always sound lovely)? Lollipops and Jellybeans! How awesome it would be if they made a mixture of both candies and call it: Lollibeans. Aha right there! It was like a spontaneous explosion; I found the perfect domain name.

The site became hosted by Kya on December 4th 2009 and up until May 2012, the site included my art portfolio and visitor resources such as textures. After moving to a new host, Misaki on May 18th 2012, I changed the site completely by removing all visitor content, changing the layout and focusing solely on blogging. After being introduced to book blogs, I became inspired to write more about books and media, my blogs are now greatly influenced by this book blogging community.


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