Halloween Creatures Book Tag

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My friend Anthony @ Keep Reading Forward created a halloween creatures book tag which is right up my alley. I was too excited to wait and post this tag. I need a filler post as I’m trying to poke my reading slump.

Rules
– Follow the Categories
– You Must Be Honest
– You Must Answer All Questions to the Best of Your Ability
– You Must Tag At Least 3 People
– Have Fun!
-Credit Would be Greatly Appreciated!

Witches : A book or character that is magical

Hmm the first book that pops into my head is A Wrinkle in Time by Madeline L’Engle. I read this book a few years ago (yes yes I read it as a young adult). I just remember being so wrapped up in the magic of it all.

Mummies : A book or character you can’t wrap your mind around

I am going to go wth House of Furies by Madeline Roux. I haven’t DNF’d it….(yet) so I can’t really say I hate it. I just found it kind of boring so it lost my interest really fast. The beginning bit is also a bit confusing.

Vampires : A book, series, or author you can’t live without

Rick Riordan for sure simply because I still read his books to this day. I read Percy Jackson in 7th grade. His books bring me a lot of comfort and nostalgia.

Werewolves : A book best read in the middle of the night

A Head Full of Ghosts by Paul Tremblay because the book is already creepy, but if you read it at night…well you might have nightmares. I am speaking from experience here so just trust me.

Zombies : A book you picked up for the 2nd time/Continued after DNF’ing it

I haven’t DNF’d too many books in my time. I put down books all the time to come back to them later. Night Film by Marisha Pessel is one example of that.

Ghosts : A book you easily predicted a twist or ending 

I am gonna go with Princess X by Cherie Priest. I felt like the whole book was a bit predictable so I wasn’t all that surprised by the ending.

Frankenstein : A book that truly shocked you

The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood because I wasn’t expecting to love it as much as I did. I kind of went into it with low expectations. I was pleasantly surprised by how much I was able to really connect with the book and the characters.

Skeletons : A book or character that chilled you to the bone

Marjorie Barrett from A Head Full of Ghosts. That is all I gotta say about this. She was so creepy.

Ghouls : A book that left you hungry 

Harry Potter because the food in that book always made me super hungry.

Goblins : A greedy character 

I am blanking on this one. I can’t really think of a “greedy” character. I am going to go with the dad from 10 Things I Can See From here because he always rubbed me the wrong way.

Devil : A dark, evil character

Ari from Dead House by Dawn Kurtagich. I am not going to say anything for spoiler reasons.

Grim Reaper : A character you loved/hated that died

I tend to avoid books dealing with death. I haven’t read too many that have had a character that I loved/hated that died. It’s usually a death at the beginning of the book that shapes the character throughout the book.

Scarecrow : A book or character the scares you

I am going to repeat my answer from earlier but Marjorie Barrett was spooky AF in A Head Full of Ghosts.

The Monster Mash : Tag 3 or more people to do this tag

Ellie @ coffeewithellieblog, TwinBookmarks, Princess @ Royal Reader, Mandy @ Book Princess Reviews, & Shanah @ Bionic Book Worm

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13 thoughts on “Halloween Creatures Book Tag

  1. Oooooh this was a lot of fun! 😀 I loved it. Oh, House of Furies – do you have a physical copy? It is GORGEOUS, but oh so very boring. I don’t want to spoil you or anything on it, but it really doesn’t get too much better. I actually thought the beginning part was better? I wish you luck with it, and I really hope the slump gets fixed soon. Fantastic answers, though, and thanks so much for the tag! (also I’m kind in love with the fact that it’s called the monster mash for the tagging part) ❤

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    1. I had a lot of issues with Madeline Roux’s books in the past. I wanted to give her the benefit of the doubt. The cover for House of Furies is gorgeous. I really appreciate the heads up though. I’m stepping away from it for now since it’s not helping my slump. Thank you though!! You gotta thank my friend Anthony because he came up with everything and it’s soooo cute!

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