Friday, November 13, 2015

Feature & Follow: Funniest Books?

Question of the Week: What are the funniest books you have ever read?- Suggested by Alison Can Read.

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Feature & Follow
Day: 
Friday
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Parajunkee and Alison Can Read
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To be very honest, I normally dont really read books which revolve around the genre comedy. But I do have some books which I have read which have a funny (and often sarcastic) touch to the story!

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Number one on my list is The Collector. This book is absolutely hilarious! The concept, the way it is written, the traits of the characters and the sarcasm that seems to be the golden thread of this whole book just make it an absolute classic in the humor category!!


He makes good girls...bad. Dante Walker is flippin’ awesome, and he knows it. His good looks, killer charm, and stellar confidence have made him one of hell’s best—a soul collector. His job is simple: weed through humanity and label those round rears with a big red good or bad stamp. Old Saint Nick gets the good guys, and he gets the fun ones. Bag-and-tag. Sealing souls is nothing personal. Dante’s an equal-opportunity collector and doesn't want it any other way. But he’ll have to adjust, because Boss Man has given him a new assignment: Collect Charlie Cooper’s soul within ten days. Dante doesn't know why Boss Man wants Charlie, nor does he care. This assignment means only one thing to him, and that’s a permanent ticket out of hell. But after Dante meets the quirky Nerd Alert chick he’s come to collect, he realizes this assignment will test his abilities as a collector…and uncover emotions deeply buried.
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 My second most funniest books is not actually based on the Genre humor, but it had one special character in the story whom I absolutely adored due to his sarcastic character. This was Cynder, the amazingly sarcastic, fire breathing Dragon from the fantastical book, Catalyst! He is quite a ruthless character, but due to his mannerism, he is a very enjoyable character to follow. 

For centuries, the kingdom of Alexandria has protected Northern Shala from the monstrous creatures lurking in the Wastelands. Now, a dark force threatens that fragile peace. Far from home, Alexandria’s princess is abducted. When a young villager named Hellsfire stumbles upon her and her captors, he rushes in to rescue her, alone and unarmed. His fear and fury unleash an uncontrollable magical force that grants him the power to save the princess—and change the world. Hellsfire has never craved nor dreamed of power. But such magic as he now possesses has not been seen in Northern Shala for a thousand years, since the devastation of the War of the Wizards and the creation of the Wastelands. Now Hellsfire must leave all he’s ever known, and make a dangerous journey to learn to master this wild, ferocious power—power he knows he is not ready to wield. More difficult still, he needs to master his emotions. If he can’t, the power will consume him, Alexandria will fall, and darkness will eclipse the land, destroying everyone he loves. In the dead of cold, the spark shall burn...
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