Happy Halloween! It’s that spooky time of year again and what better way to celebrate than with a Halloween-themed book tag?! I challenge anyone who is interested to answer these spooky questions, and I wish you all a safe and happy Halloween!
Source: Hannah @ A Clockwork Reader
Carving pumpkins: what book would you carve up and light on fire?
I really don’t have that much anger towards a book, but one that I really did dislike (and one that I’ve mentioned in a previous book tag) is Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer.
Trick-or-Treat: a character who is a trick and a character who is a treat?
Trick: Dolores Umbridge from Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling. I typically enjoy reading about villains, but Umbridge is another story. She is such a terrible person and I hate her so much!
Treat: Sara Crewe from A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett. I reread this book this year and loved it so much. Sara is so positive and strong and is a treat to read about.
Candy Corn: what book is always sweet?
Any of the A Series of Unfortunate Events books by Lemony Snicket. His books are just so wonderful to me, and every time I read one, I feel happy.
Ghosts: what character would you love to visit you as a ghost?
POTENTIAL SPOILER ALERT! (but probably not)
I have to say Dumbledore from Harry Potter. I loved him so much and was so sad when he died. I feel like he would have so much advice and wisdom to share if he came to visit me as a ghost.
Dressing up in costume: which character would you want to be for a day?
I tend to read books about characters in un-enviable situations, so I’ll have to go with a classic answer here and say Hermione Granger from Harry Potter.
Wizards and witches: what is your favorite Harry Potter moment?
Ummm… all seven books?
Blood and gore: what book was so creepy that you had to take a break from it for awhile?
What the Night Knows by Dean Koontz. This book is on my To-Read Again shelf because I honestly can’t remember what exactly happened, but I do remember that I got so creeped out that I couldn’t read it at night anymore.