1- RAW POTATO – they’re raw ok, but they can become whatever you wish: a character with the potential to be anything they wanted
Simon from the Mortal Instruments series; I don’t want to give spoilers but at the end, he had the power to turn himself into whatever he wanted…because of you know
2- MASHED POTATOES – it goes well with anything or alone: a character that would get along with anyone, in any book, in any world
Honestly, I think Simon from the Mortal Instruments because he has this awkward personality that he can talk to people, maybe not confidently but it’s something. He also is less intimidating to people so I think that makes him a more open person to talk to.
3- BAKED POTATOES – delicious also thanks to their filling: a book or series that is packed with information but it’s still enjoyable
I have to say either Queen of Shadows or Empire of Storms by Sarah J. Maas because there is so much that happens in these books that sometimes it can be a bit heavy with information and action but overall I still liked reading it and wanted to continue on with the series
4- FRENCH FRIES – you can’t stop eating them once you’ve started: a book or series you couldn’t put down
This has to be the Mortal Instruments Series by Cassandra Clare. I read this entire series in about a week, it was so good.
5- CHIPS – they are potatoes but not “real” potatoes, they’ve been processed too much: a book or character that is labeled/label themselves as something they’re not
I have an unpopular opinion but I think that Perks of Being a Wallflower is considered to be a classic, but I disagree with that
6- BOILED POTATOES – plain. would need some condiments but what?: a book that wasn’t either bad or good and what was lacking in your opinion to make it better
A Flame in the Mist by Renée Ahdieh. I wrote in this book review that it lacked in character development and world building.
7- POTATO SOUP – will always make you feel better: anti-reading slump book
I have to say the Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzie Lee because this book is very fun and enjoyable to read
8- GNOCCHI – a foreign potato recipe: a diverse book or character
Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe; this book deals with a lot of coming of age, homosexuality, and realism
9- ROASTED POTATOES – crunchy outside, soft inside: a character that goes through hardships but stays soft inside
I think Monty from the Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue because he has a hard time fitting in at home, along with the trip, the people they are forced to talk with aren’t very nice to him, and he struggles with an almost unrequited love, and he still remains himself
10: FAV POTATO: pick your fav type of potato, create your own question and answer it yourself – feel free to pick from the previous ones but still create a new question or give another different answer!
10.1: HASHBROWNS – A book that ripped you to shreds but ultimately put you back together
All the Ugly and Wonderful Things; I don’t even think I need to explain