Monday, June 3, 2019

Aladdin Book Tag

I found this awesome tag on @jessica-agreatread website. The original creator is @dulivre along with the pictures below. With the new live-action movie release, I just had to do it.. because you know that I love all things, Disney. I still have yet to see the new movie. Have you seen it yet? What did you think?



I would want everyone to read Heartless by Marissa Meyer. This is the most recent fantasy that I have read and absolutely adored. It is a retelling of Alice in Wonderland all about the backstory of The Queen of Hearts. I will admit that I am not the biggest fan of fantasy books but once in a while I find one that I absolutely adore. Another would be The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis. A classic that everyone should read. I fell in love with it as a child.

The cover that fooled me the most would have to be The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert. This book got so much hype when it first came out that I was so excited to read it. It has one of my favorite covers by far. Unfortunately, it did not live up to the hype for me. It ended up being just an average read. I thought that the book was going to be set the majority of the time in the actual Hazel Wood/fantasy land but instead it was set in modern-day NYC. This cover is super deceiving to me.
Josh in The Hating Game by Sally Thorne. This is one juicy hate to love scenario that I have come to love so much. The Hating Game has become one of my new favorite books. By the end of the book, I went from not liking the main character Josh to total swoon-worthy blushing. He is a character I ended up having a crush on.

Sara Crewe in A Little Princess. This book is a classic and every single young girl should read it. When her father dies, she is left penniless and an orphan. Sara is forced to work as a servant in a boarding school to not be homeless. Despite her lack of wealth and situation, she still believes that all little girls are princesses.
Oh my, this is a hard one..... seeing as how there's a lot of characters that I would love to hang out with. Honestly, I would love to hang out with The Cat in The Hat. This goes way back into my childhood and I think I need some more whimsical laughter in my life. Plus, it would just be super fun and goofy. I don't care how old you are, we could all benefit from hanging out with The Cat in The Hat.

4 comments:

  1. I haven't seen it yet, but I know I will. I'm always afraid the new movie will spoil the old one for me, but it never does. Beauty and the Beast was a good remake, imho, and I'm sure Aladdin will be too.

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    1. I really liked Beauty and the Beast too.... so I think I will enjoy this one. Hopefully, it lives up to the original. However, not having Robin as the Genie makes me sad :/

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  2. Totally agree with you on Heartless and The Hazel Wood. LOVED Heartless (it didn't hurt that I listened to it and fell in love with Rebecca Soler's amazing and entertaining narration). The Hazel Wood, not so much.

    Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction

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    1. I listened to Heartless too and the narration was one of my favorites that I have ever read! The kings voice was so much like the movie I was dying laughing!! Her voice made the characters come alive.

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