NHL Hockey Book Tag, Because The Season Is Coming. GO, KINGS GO!
God, how I love this book tag. I found it at Witty and Sarcastic Book Club, an awesome site and person behind it! I absolutely had to steal it. Even though we differ in our fandoms (she an Avalanche fan- they are more like a flurry 😉and I am a Los Angeles Kings fan – have been since I was… you know what? I’m not aging myself), I have nothing but love for hockey fans! So, here goes my run on her tag. Some books are reviewed (with links) and others will have linked summaries.
Because Drew Doughty just makes us purer in our souls than any other team in the NHL.
Favorite Team: A Book with a Great Cast of Characters
You know I want to put Six of Crows here but let’s go with something recent.
Have I drooled over this book enough yet? NOT POSSIBLE
Hat Trick: A Third Book in a Series that is as Good as the First Book
This is easy, but I was on hiatus when it came out, so there isn’t a review. But it is the third book in the Age Of Darkness series by Katy Rose Pool. Here are my reviews of the first two books:
Hat Trick: A Series Where The Third Book Is As Good As The First (I Would Say For Me… It is EVEN BETTER)
Hotshot Rookie: A Debut Author That Knocked Your Socks Off:
Team Mascot: A Great Creature Sidekick
I know I know… but I’ve yet to find a better side-kick than the non-cat.
Division Rivalry: An Action-packed Book
Early Playoff Exit: A Book That Didn’t Live Up to Expectations
HAHAHAHAHAHA but there are SO MANY. Let’s go with the last one I wrote, shall we? Otherwise, I’ll have a list.
Boarding: A Book That Surprised You
“Refs, you stink!”: A Book with an Irritating Character
Look, people know I love characters you hate in thrillers. But that is if they are executed well. So, how about a full cast of characters that irritated the shit out of me?
Shootout: A Tense Book
Well, good lord, this could be its own tag. I read thrillers, for hell’s sake. How am I supposed to pick one? The best I can do is go with my favorite thriller of the year so far.
Stanley Cup Winner- A Winner of a Book
OK! I can’t take it anymore (and I’m cheating again)…
Six of Crows By Leigh Bardugo (and Crooked Kingdom, of course).
I didn’t have my site when I read these, so no review… but here is a post about Kaz
….And The Three Dark Crowns Series by Kendare Blake- Reviews:
Really, there could be a list but none will top these.
I’m not tagging anyone, but I would LOVE for other NHL fans to join in!