We were tagged by Gennifer over at Ready, Set, Read and you can find her post here. We both have a definite Netflix binge problem - I am currently watching all of Pretty Little Liars (I've already seen it but I've got my brother into it now so am rewatching it alongside him) and Ann is watching so many different shows at once so this seemed like a great tag for us. There are quite a few shows on here that we haven't watched before so we've definitely now added to our to-watch lists as well!
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: unlikeable character(s)
Ann: Lena from Beautiful Creatures. The whole series should have just been about Ridley.
Clare: Basically every character in The Selection series. These books were addictive and I flew through them but god the characters!
Vampire Diaries: your ship sank or didn’t happen
Ann: Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo. Clare helped me to remember that my ship in Shadow and Bone hadn't happened which at the time I remember really annoyed me.
Clare: Raine Benares series by Lisa Shearin. I actually stopped reading after the third book when the love triangle is still very much going - so I only know this through spoilers. And maybe if I kept reading I'd change my view anyway, but for now - this is one of the few occasions where my ship sank!
Friends: best cast of characters/friendships
Ann: Harry Potter had the best cast of characters and the best friendships. I would love to have a friendship like Harry, Ron and Hermione's.
Clare: Six of Crows. We are so close to Crooked Kingdom! So close! Every member of the crew is brilliant on their own but together they are amazing and unstoppable and I just really need Crooked Kingdom!
Doctor Who: long series you loved
Ann: Magyk by Angie Sage is one of my favourite series ever. I just loved the series so much and managed to get my mum into the series too.
Clare: Otherworld by Kelley Armstrong, every one of these 13 books is amazing. There are also two young adult spin-off series and a whole host of short stories so this series can keep you occupied for a while!
Grey’s Anatomy: all the feels
Ann: Me Before You by Jojo Moyes. This book managed to make me smile a lot and feel sad about the ending, even though unlike Clare I don't cry at books this book still made me feel ever single emotion.
Clare: The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. Unlike Ann I cry at everything. So I could have chosen from any emotional book I have ever read! But, I have four copies of The Fault in Our Stars. Because every time I see it I am hit with emotion (and a compulsive need to buy all the different editions) so this kind of seemed like the obvious choice!
Supernatural: favorite paranormal/fantasy
Ann: City of Bones is one of my favorite paranormal/fantasy book. I love all the characters and the whole world and just everything about this series.
Clare: Poison Study by Maria V. Snyder. I can't even remember how I first came upon this series but I am forever grateful that I did, the characters, the plot, the setting, everything is so brilliantly done and I get so excited waiting for the next book!
Freaks & Geeks: left you wanting more
Ann: Percy Jackson! I love this series so much and although it is still a fairly large series I would love it to have a lot more books.
Clare: Illusions of Fate by Kiersten White. There should have been more. I love a good standalone but the ending was too rushed and I would almost have preferred this to be a duology. Plus I loved the characters and would take any excuse to read more about them!
Girl Meets World: should have a spin-off
Ann: Cinder by Marissa Meyer, I want a Cress and Thorne spin-off.
Clare: Harry Potter. I want prequels. Dumbledore prequels. Lily and James prequels. And then sequels. I also agree with Ann's choice.
That 70’s Show: set in a different time period
Ann: Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. I really enjoyed this book and it is definitely written in a different time period, although it was written in a different time period too.
Clare: The Lost Art of Keeping Secrets by Eva Rice, this is such an excellent portrayal of the 1950's and an enduring favourite.
Orange is the New Black: couldn’t stop reading
Ann: I've Got Your Number by Sophie Kinsella, I have only read this book once or twice but I remember that when I did read it I read it in one sitting.
Clare: Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare. I started Clockwork Angel the night before a long journey (the one chapter before bed lie) and wound up finishing Clockwork Princess shortly before we set out. I was very tired but it was very worth it!
Parks and Recreation: made you laugh out loud
Ann: My Brothers Famous Bottom by Jeremy Strong, when I was younger Jeromy Strong's books used to be the books that I would read just because I wanted a laugh they were all funny and I really enjoyed them.
Clare: Fifty Shames of Earl Grey by Fanny Merkin. This book. I am decidedly not a fan of the Fifty Shades books but this was such a great, funny read. I made the mistake of reading it at about 3am when everyone else was asleep and nearly killed myself trying to laugh silently.
One Tree Hill: favorite book boyfriend
Ann: Jace or Magnus from City of Bones. I feel like Magnus would just be a fun boyfriend and Jace would be awesome too.
Clare: Captain Thorne. I don't think this even needs an explanation.
Breaking Bad: favorite villain
Ann: Sebastian was such a fun villain cause he was just so evil
Clare: Voldemort. We come back to Harry Potter so often in tags. But Voldemort truly is such an excellent villain.
Modern Family: best family or parents
Ann: Girl Online by Zoe Sugg. Although you don't see much of the family in Girl Online when you do meet them they are so supportive of the main character and they are just a great family every time you hear about or meet them.
Clare: The Weasleys. You see?? But really, who else am I supposed to pick. Best book parents of all time and the siblings are also amazing.
Thank you to Gennifer for tagging us! We tag - anyone who wants to do it! And if you do the tag please leave a link in the comments so we can check out your answers!
You can also find us on Goodreads (Ann and Clare) to keep up with what we are reading