Thanks a bunch, Emily @ embuhleeliest, for tagging me! It’s been so long since I’ve done a book tag…even though I know there’s quite a few that I’ve been tagged in and haven’t gotten around to doing *shame* ^^; I’m pretty sure you even tagged me in this one last year but, obviously, I didn’t get around to doing it.
Carving Pumpkins – What book would you carve up and light on fire?
Hmmm, this is a tough one. I’m going to go with the textbooks I bought this semester that I can’t re-sell because they’re loose-leaf. I won’t need them anymore and they’re big enough to provide a nice fire for a couple of hours at least!
Trick or Treat – Which character is a treat and which is a trick?
Treat: I would have to say Sam Haversford from The Lightening-Struck Heart, by T.J. Klune. I just
forced politely asked my good friend to read this book and she fell in love with it just like I did! Sam is such an amazing and funny character! He doesn’t know when to stop talking and everything that comes out of his mouth is freaking hilarious.
Trick: Trent Kalamack from the Hollows series by Kim Harrison. He’s actually one of my favorite characters, but everything he does pretty much makes you want to punch him in the face. Although most of the people in the book think well of him, he isn’t a nice guy and will do whatever it takes to get what he wants. I’m big on antagonists so, like I said, he’s one of my favorites but I’ll definitely admit he’s a big bastard most of the time.
Candy Corn –
What book is always sweet? What book was a huge let down?
These types of questions are always hard for me because I generally enjoy whatever I read. Even if I don’t like a book as much as others, I still usually like it. However, I’ll go with Blue is for Nightmares by Laurie Faria Stolarz. I’ve mentioned this book a few times in some other posts. The plot wasn’t really all that bad but the characters were severely lacking. They were just so…’blah’ and I can’t stand a book if I don’t like any of the characters.
Ghost – What character would you like to visit you as a ghost?
I’ll choose Reiko from the manga, Natsume’s Book of Friends by Yuki Midorikawa. Reiko is Natsume’s grandmother who went around beating up yokai and putting their names in the Book of Friends. She seems like a pretty badass character and although people treated her poorly due to her ability she still showed others kindness in her own way.
Wizards and Witches – What is your favorite Harry Potter moment?
Why would this be a question?!?! It’s so hard. At least for me. I love all the moments! Hmmm, I’d have to say that one of my favorites, however, is when Harry finds out that he’s a wizard. Cause how can that not be a favorite? I’ve always wanted something like that to happen to me so whenever I re-read that particular part I get so happy and so jealous at the same time! xD
Blood and Gore – What’s a book that was so creepy that you had to take a break from it for a little while?
Honestly, I don’t think I’ve ever read a book that was creepy enough for me to have to take a break from it. Now, a boring book, yes, but not a creepy one. I do agree with Emily on The Monstrumologist by Rick Yancey though. It’s labeled as a YA novel but it was goooorey. But not so much to where I had to put it down because of it. I can read about gore – seeing it though, that’s a whole different story.
And that’s the tag! Thanks again, Emmy!
Happy reading! :)