Daevabad Book Tag

 

 

The Tsundoku Chronicles is part of this awesome World of Daevabad Blog Tour and for the first day of it, she kicked it off with this original tag she made!

Okay so obviously everyone knows how obsessed I am with the Daevabad trilogy by S.A. Chakraborty so I have created a book tag inspired by the books!

And if you haven’t read the books then you really need to fix that!

So you can do this book tag on your blog, Instagram or twitter just make sure you link back to this post and tag me (IG: @thetsundokuchronicles Twitter: @thetsundokuc)

Also make sure you use the hashtag #DaevabadBookTag so everyone can find your post!

Tag some people so they can also take part and have fun!

 

The book tag:

Nahri e-Nahid – Resourceful character

Alizayd al-Qahtani – Nerdy character

Qahtani siblings – favourite sibling relationship

Darayavahoush e-Afshin – Broody character

Jinns, Marids & Peris – Books with mythical beings

Daevabad – Books with magical cities

Ghassan al-Qahtani – Villain you root for

Muntadhir al-Qahtani – Dramatic characters

Zaynab al-Qahtani – Books about female empowerment

10 Navasatem – Books with celebrations or feast scenes

11 Queen Hatset – Books with royals

12 Jamshid e-Pramukh – Character that took you by surprise

13 Lubayd & Aqisa – Favourite sidekicks

14 Royal Guard – Books with epic battles

15 Emir Joon – OTP

 

My Answers:

 

Nahri e-Nahid – Resourceful character

Maia Tamarin from Spin the Dawn, I loved how she took on whatever challenge and used her brains and the resources around it to tackle everything!

 

Alizayd al-Qahtani – Nerdy character

Texas Contos from The Wailing Woman, say what you will, he’s definitely a nerd underneath it all. I loved this nerdy cinnamon roll. My heart has not recovered from this book.

 

Qahtani siblings – favourite sibling relationship

Eva and Isa from A River of Royal Blood, it’s no fun if there’s not a little rivalry lol. [Or, my fave collection of sisters from A House of Salt and Sorrows.]

 

Darayavahoush e-Afshin – Broody character

Prince Ericen from The Storm Crow, broody prince perfection lol

 

Jinns, Marids & Peris – Books with mythical beings

A Song Below Water has Sprites, Sirens, Mermaids, Gargoyles, Gorgons and is urban fantasy…need I say more?

 

Daevabad – Books with magical cities

The Gilded Wolves, Paris is rampant with magic for certain people in that book and all those gilded items and places are ah-mazing!!

 

Ghassan al-Qahtani – Villain you root for

Alessandra from The Shadows Between Us, I mean, she’s not exactly the hero especially to the people of the kingdom lol.

 

Muntadhir al-Qahtani – Dramatic characters

Legend from the Caraval trilogy, lol he is a special brand of dramatic! [It’s why he pairs so well with Tella lol]

Zaynab al-Qahtani – Books about female empowerment

A Phoenix First Must Burn: Stories of Black Girl Magic, Resistance and Hope is pretty much the on-point answer for this!

 

10 Navasatem – Books with celebrations or feast scenes

Want, there’s a scene where the gang is celebrating in their headquarters, my mouth is watering thinking about it lol.

 

11 Queen Hatset – Books with royals

*SCREECHES* RAYBEARER WHICH IS OUT IN AUGUST AND YOU SHOULD PREORDER!

 

12 Jamshid e-Pramukh – Character that took you by surprise

The one in Incendiary, which, I won’t say, cause of spoilers.

 

13 Lubayd & Aqisa – Favourite sidekicks

Coco and Ansel from Serpent & Dove. I would read about them alone without Lou and Reid lol I love them!

14 Royal Guard – Books with epic battles

The Girl and the Stars has some awesomely epic battle/fight scenes.

 

15 Emir Joon – OTP

Lavinia and Alifair from Dark and Deepest Red

 

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