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Hoppin mad! Late edition

Posted by on September 10, 2011

Q. Have you ever wanted a villain to win at the end of a story? If so, which one??

I am generally going to say no.. because let’s face it, us as humans always love a story of good triumphing evil. And pretty much anytime the story DOESN’T finish that way it usually cops flack for not finishing the way we expected it to anyways! lol

But then it depends on your take on what a villain is. For example, I know people who absolutely HATED Jacob in Twilight, and more or less treated him as the villain. Did I want him to win in that story? YES! But in my eyes he wasn’t the villain so it’s all about perogative.


Book Blogger Hop
“Many of us primarily read one genre of books, with others sprinkled in. If authors stopped writing that genre, what genre would you start reading? Or would you give up reading completely if you couldn’t read that genre anymore?”

I would never give up reading just cause one genre wasn’t around anymore! I mean, I go through stages of what I like, and my tastes never stay entirely with one genre anyway - it changes over time. I went through a major dystopian phase during the first half of this year. If I couldn’t get a dystopian novel anymore? Hmm that’s fine.. I might move on to something like contemporary, which has kind of been what I am reading at the moment anyway!


6 Responses to Hoppin mad! Late edition

  1. Kristin

    I love your answer and while I disliked Jacob in the books, I thought he was whiny and desperate, I love him in the movies…maybe it’s seeing Taylor Lautner without a shirt. Who knows. LOL!

    Great Answer!

    Here’s my Follow Friday

    Kristin @ Better Read Than Dead

  2. Jenna

    Oh, I could never hate Jacob even though he sometimes got on my nerves. And I read a lot of dystopian too, but I could live without it if I had to. The important thing is to give up on reading would be ridiculous!

    -Jenna @ Fans of Fiction (new follower)

  3. Sarah

    Hi! New follower :0)

    You make a good point. The villian is really subjective in a lot of stories, I think maybe that’s the best part about reading!

    My Follow Friday

    Sarah @ The Book Life

  4. lindsaywrites

    hey! hopping by, a little late though! Love the blog and I’m following you now :) i could never give up YA, so I just can’t even answer this question. lol. it will NEVER die, and if it does, it’s what I write anyways lol.

    stop by my blog too? I posted about my TBR list instead this Friday!

  5. Giselle

    I could NEVER stop reading either unless poetry was all that was left. Teeheee.

    New follower hopping by! :)

    Giselle @ Xpresso Reads

  6. Crystal F

    Great answer to the villian question. I’m hopping by. I could never give up reading and like you my favorite changes with time. My official answer is here.

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