Hello, a tag today. :”D I wasn’t tagged but I needed to do something festive for the creepy day on Monday. So here it is. This tag was created by Naomi TheBookLover. Also, totally did this tag last year. Doing it again.
Carving Pumpkins – What book would you carve up and light on fire?
I feel like there aren’t many books I hate with reckless abandon, and even then, burning books in general to me seems a bit excessive. If I had to choose one though… I’d choose Encyclopedia Britannica, purely because it’s effing huge and will keep me warm for hours. :”D
Trick or Treat – Which character is a treat and which is a trick?
Treat: Nighteyes from Robin Hobb’s Farseer trilogy. This character is a wolf bound with the main character and he was a constant source of entertainment and joy throughout the series, even when he was a vicious little puppy. He’s so cute and I want a Nighteyes.
Trick: Kennit from Robin Hobb’s Liveship Traders trilogy. I’m currently buddy reading this series with Zezee and it took three whole chapters for me to despise this guy. He’s just such an asscrack. Goodness gracious. I like the book, but wanna deck this guy in the head.
Candy Corn –
What book is always sweet? What book was a huge let down?
I hate candy corn so I’m changing this question to something more suitable to my tastes. And now that the question is more accurate, I’m going to go with Rumble by Ellen Hopkins. I wrote a review on this book, detailing my dislike for it. I went into it hearing the Ellen Hopkins’ books were fantastic wonderful things and I was rather severely disappointed. Granted, I haven’t read anything else by her, so I’m probably assuming too much. I would totally be up for trying another, I just don’t know which to pick.
But yeah. Rumble was bad. Icky ick.
Ghost – What character would you like to visit you as a ghost?
I’m assuming the question isn’t trying to encourage spoilers, but it’d be way too easy to drop a few without thinking on this one. So to just avoid that altogether, I’m going with Nearly Headless Nick from Harry Potter. He’s already dead to begin with so no spoilers. :”D
Wizards and Witches – What is your favorite Harry Potter moment?
Probably the time paradox at the end of the third book. The whole time-turner thing was such a huge missed opportunity and what little they did do with it was pretty great. So it’s my favorite part. :”D
Blood and Gore – What’s a book that was so creepy that you had to take a break from it for a little while?
The Monstrumologist by Rick Yancey. This is a YA horror novel and therefore going into it I didn’t expect nearly as much gore and grossness as I got. It was a great book, don’t get me wrong, it just caught me completely off guard. I’ve heard the next one is even grosser so it’s intimidating me now.
Happy reading. :”D