It's time for another book tag. First, before I do anything.. I want to give credit to my girl Castle Library for making this original creative book tag. Thanks for tagging me in it. I got so happy when you tagged me in this because I am a huge Potter fanatic. Come on! What book nerd isn't?
1. Ravenclaw- A book you walked away from feeling enlightened (more knowledgable)
That would have to be a recent read of mine, Go Bravely. You can find the review on my blog for it. Basically, it just opened me up more spiritually to Christ.
2. Slytherin- A book where you were voting for the villain
I honestly cannot think of one instance where I was voting for the villian in a book. I have been sitting here for about five minutes now and I can't come up with one single thing. Can you think of a villian you rooted for? Leave it down in the comments below because I am at a loss here.
3. Hufflepuff- A book that made you feel you where apart of the friendship in the book
WOOT WOOT MY HOUSE Y'ALL! For this one, I am going with Harry Potter, shocker there. It's the truth though... I have never felt more apart of a friend group before than with Ron, Harry, and Hermoine. When I read the series it's like they are truly real and here with me.
4. Gryffindor- A book that took strength and courage to get through (Take that as you will)
It by Stephen King. First of all this book is over 1,000 pages long and the longest book I have ever read. Not to mention, I could not read it at night. I am terrified of clowns. It took me forever to finish because I was so freaked out but I could not put it down either because I was freaked out but in a good way. I love his writing style. King, is a pure writing genius.
5. Harry- A book that started off weak but ended with a punch
The Bone Witch by Rin Chupeco. This novel started out pretty slow introducing all the characters and the lands but once I got into the main story it flew by. I loved reading about the witches magic and dragons.
6. Ron- A book where the main character had to overcome a fear
Eliza and Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia. The main character, Eliza has to overcome her social anxieties throughout the book and she grows from page to page. She pushes herself to come out of her shell.
7. Hermione- A book with a super smart female main character
Lock and Key by Sarah Dessen. Ruby is one smart, tough, badass, teenager. She survives on her own for a good portion of the beginning of the book.
8. Luna- A book that was weird but turned out to be a favorite
Alice in Wonderland. It's trippy but one of my favorites.
“But I don’t want to go among mad people," Alice remarked.“Oh, you can’t help that," said the Cat: “we’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad."
“How do you know I’m mad?" said Alice.
“You must be," said the Cat, “or you wouldn’t have come here."
9. Gilderoy Lockhart- Name a series that started off great but ended up flopping, not worth the hype
Matched series by Ally Condie. I have no interest in reading the last book after reading the second.
10. Snape- A book where you thought the character was the antagonist but ended up being helpful
Ronan Lynch in The Raven Boys. He's a bad boy with a dark past. He is the son of a gangster. However, he is one of the most loyal characters to both friends and family. Ronan won't let anything or anyone get in his way.
Well that's it for this book tag. Feel free to do this tag as well and tag me down below in the comments if you do. I would love to read your answers.