I was tagged by the wonderful Beth @Reading Every Night to do this tag. Thank you once more! ❤ 🙂 Be sure to check out her blog, Beth is one of the nicest people that I have had the pleasure to chat with and her blog is amazing as well! There is no reason not to check out her blog, right? 😉
I love Disney movies! I have loved them since I was a child, they were a huge part of my childhood. So I’m always very exited to see a book tag that is inspired by a Disney movie. The Jungle Book is not one of my personal favourites, but I still enjoyed it non the less. (
I think I just didn’t care as much about the story as I did with the other ones.) Anyway, enough of that, let’s get into the actual tag!
The Bare Necessities:
A book that makes you forget about your worries and your strife
The first book that came to my mind is Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones. It’s one of my all time favourites and definitely one that I find comforting. I just adore the story and the characters. The world that Diana Wynne Jones has created within this book is simply magical and always manages to makes me forget the real world, that means all my worries as well.
I Wanna Be Like You:
A character that you want to be like
I would love to be more like Jane Eyre. She is one of the strongest female characters that I have read about. I love how independent and true to herself she is. She is smart and knows what she wants. I related to her a lot while reading Jane Eyre, but she was also very different from me.
(Not completely, but she had many characteristics that I wished I had as well.) Jane is definitely one of my all time favourite characters and I would love to be more like her.
That’s What Friends Are For:
Fictional friends that you wish were part of your own friend group
I just can’t choose anyone else than the six characters from the Six of Crows duology by Leigh Bardugo. I ADORE all of them and I would love to have them as friends, I imagine we would have a lot of fun together.
My Own Home:
A book that no matter what, always feels like home
I don’t think anyone is surprised that I picked Harry Potter for this question. There isn’t another book that I feel as much at home as with this series. And I’m sure that I don’t have to elaborate either, as many people feel the same way.
Trust In Me:
A character you would trust with your life
I would have to go with Percy Jackson from the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series by Rick Riordan. Percy always takes care of his friends and the people he cares about. So I would, without a doubt, trust him with my life as well.