The Sixteen Types As YA Novels8:13 AM
A fun post mostly because I can. is there really a better reason?
The 16 Myers-Briggs types are all interesting and unique and all that goodness. (If you're not familiar with Myers-Briggs, for some reason, you can check that out here first so you have some context.) Since I'm mildly obsessed with both this system and a little thing called YA, I thought what better way to bring in the first bookish post of the year than to cram both into one day? So, I have selected a YA novel for each type, one that I feel represents their type and would be enjoyed by people of that type (in my own humble opinion).
Now, this is my own humble opinion, so not beating me over the head with a large book or something would be nice. It's all in good fun, as usual. Thanks. but if you disagree with a book I've chosen for a type feel free to point that out, because, you know, it's a free country.
way to miss some of the sarcasm.
People love it, but ??????????????
You're all apparently sociopaths. (amusingly enough this is the one book I've found that actually mentions Myers-Briggs, and the MC identifies himself as ENTJ in order to seem like good criminal material
because he's probably ESTP or something and doesn't even know what he is.)
No one knows what you're even doing, but it's sassy and great with thinking up plans on the spur of the moment, as well as ridiculous and 100% fun.
You're deep and thoughtful and smarter than people give you credit for. You've also got a lot to say about feelings.
Cute. Fluffy. Smart. Absolutely weird as heck.
*aggressively helps people through their issues*
Actual manic pixie dream girl. Runs away randomly and leaves vague clues assuming your friends will be smart enough to figure them out?
Deceptively witty, with a side of possible murder.
Straight. Up. Fluff. You take care of the people you love and it's adorable.
Because this is probably what it's like in your head, since you're so 100% smooth and businesslike on the outside.
The perfect combination of fun, weird, and whatever else you guys do with your time I don't even know.
There's a fighting ring and a lot of people get punched in the face. Also, apocalypse.
It's pretty but what is happening here.
Apocalypse/dystopia/steampunk. Razor-sharp sass. Swordfighting, griffons, and cyborgs. Is this not the ESTP dream?
I'm not sure what's happening, but it's non-stop and it's a whirlwind of pure concentrated extra-hyper fun.
So there you have it.