I was tagged by my lovely friend Beth @Reading Every Night to do this tag. Thank you once more! ❤ 🙂 Be sure to check out her blog. If you aren’t already following her, I have no idea what you are doing with your life – so go and fix that!
Confession time: I have actually never watched this movie…No particular reason for that. I just didn’t feel like watching it, so I never did. I might watch it in the future, I might not (who knows what is going to happen).
Now, with that being said – lets get into the questions!
A Book that Brings you Joy:
The first book that came to my mind is Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones. (Okay, that was a lie…the first one was Harry Potter but I decided not to use it as an answer because I ALWAYS pick Harry Potter for these kinds of questions and I want to change it up a bit!) Both the book and the animated movie make me VERY happy and bring me SOOO MUCH joy! Just thinking about them makes me want to smile. I just adore the story, the world, the characters, basically everything. I seriously need to reread the book some time soon, it’s been a long time since I have read it.
A Book that Brings you Sadness:
I was debating between A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness and The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. In the end I decided to go with A Monster Calls. (And it was a really hard choice, as I love both books for different reasons. I just decided to go with A Monster Calls, as it’s fresher in my mind and the sadness bigger because of that.) This book is ABSOLUTELY wonderful and also very sad. Just thinking about it makes me sad, but in the best way possible (if you know what I mean, or something). I’m very exited about the movie, I just can’t wait to watch it and I will probably cry while doing that. (SO I should probably prepare tissues before actually watching it…)
A Book that Brings you Fear:
For this one I immediately thought of It by Stephen King. Or rather most of Stephen King’s books would fit this category. (Two other choices that I debated between were Salem’s Lot and The Shining, both by Stephen King. As I said, most of his books really fit this one.) It is one of the scariest books that I have ever read. I was always wary of clowns…Why? I honestly don’t remember the reason for it, I just know that I never liked them. And this book did NOTHING to reassure me about clowns, it even increased my uneasiness of them. Thank you Stephen King, for scaring me many times (and hopefully many times in the future as well).
A Book that Brings you Anger:
This one was surprisingly much more difficult than I thought it would be. I thought I would be able to come up with many answers, but that wasn’t the case. I apparently suppress my anger and negative feelings for books (and other things) and eventually forget about it. The one that I do remember angering me is Reboot by Amy Tintera, or rather the whole duology. This book SOUNDED absolutely amazing and something right up my alley, but it just WASN’T that (not at all). It just wasn’t what I wanted it to be and the “differences” (between what it was and what I thought it would be) made me very angry.
A Book that Brings you Disgust:
I have to be honest, the first book that I thought of when I saw this question is Perfume: The Story of a Murderer by Patrick Süskind. This book brings me a lot of disgust but in the best way possible! (Which is apparently possible…) If you know what this book is about, I’m sure you can guess why I find it disgusting. Though I will mention one thing: the descriptions are VERY vivid…mostly the descriptions of smell…and they were horrible. (I still remember them, even though I read this book ages ago.) Plus the ending…THE ENDING. I’m not going to spoil anything, but everyone who has read this books knows what I mean.
This is everything for this tag!
Thank you for reading. I hope you have a wonderful day.
And I’m off to go and see Suicide Squad with my best friend.