Halloween Creatures 2.0 Book Tag

Immediately bursts into This is Halloween.

Sorry, couldn’t help it. So, I’m doing Blogoween (as I mentioned in my Down the TBR hole #2 post) I’m on Level 1 in case you were wondering – so I’ll be posting 13 times in the month. Today’s tag is the Halloween Creatures book tag! Created by Anthony by Keep Reading Forward, this one is a 2.0 version of it. Here we go!

Rules:

  1. Answer all prompts.

  2. Answer honestly.

  3. Tag 1-13 people.

  4. Link back to this post.

  5. Credit the creator (Anthony @ Keep Reading Forward)

  6. Have fun!

Witch:

A Magical Character or Book

  • Super super cliché here, but Harry Potter for the book. And well, let’s just go with Harry Potter for the character.

Werewolf:

The Perfect Book to Read at Night

  • I’m a fan of a thick (high) fantasy book. Ones with tons of magic, really hard to pronounce character names, and all the blood and sword fights a reader could ask for.

Frankenstein:

A Book that Truly Shocked You

  • I went through a Virginia Andrews phase in Grade 8 (and looking back my only thought is ‘why’) so those books (especially the Dollanganger series – aka Flowers in the Attic) fall in this category. Tons of shocking things happened in the books – how the kids had to live – as well as all the family secrets.

The Devil:

A Dark, Evil Character

  • The Darkling. I mean, dark is in his name, so how can you not? Riko Moriyama is another dark and evil character – like look at anything he did or even said.

Grim Reaper:

A Character that Should Never Have Died

  • Uhm, okay, so most probably Dobby??!! And then HeDwiG??? Like that owl was there for Harry WheN NO ONE ELSE WAS.

Zombie:

A Book that Made You “Hungry” for More”

  • Six of Crows duology!!!! Like I need more cute moments between all the characters – even if we just get about 400 pages with just banter I will be so so happy.

Gargoyle:

A Character that You Would Protect at All Cost

  • WYLAN WYLAN WYLAN WYLAN like listen I love my baby and everyone that he does but that boy needs to be watched because otherwise he is that idiot who would blow up things in the name of science.

Vampire:

A Book that Sucked the Life Out of You

  • Even though I really liked the series when I finished it (or when I finished the second book because the third book IsnT OUT yEt. I took a long time to read The Name of the Wind and The Wise Man’s Fear. A lot of the times the story is really slow so there were a few weeks where I hardly read 100 or so pages. And it drained me a lot and I was in a reading slump for a few months. Sure, now I know that I should’ve probably dnfed it and tried later, but at that time I didn’t.

Ghost:

A Book that Still Haunts You

  • Anything by Virginia Andrews. I know reading phases are important as it helps you to cultivate your interests and even help you to grow as a reader, but looking back, I could’ve done without this phase.

Demon:

A Book that Really Scared You

  • I don’t really read horror books (though I do wanna start so maybe give recs of your favourites?) as I watch tons of horror movies.

Skeleton:

A Character You Have a Bone to Pick With

  • SnApe and DumBLEbreATH yes hi I would like to SpEak with both of you – and I have all the bones to pick with you.

Mummy:

A Book You Would Preserve Throughout Time

  • The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. Definitely. It’s so beautiful and those pictures?

Creepy Doll:

A Cover too Scary to Look At

  • So I went and looked at scary covers and most of them were really old books and wow, they’re absolutely creepy like should we bring that back? Have covers that just scare the wits out of you?

  • But I haven’t read any books with scary covers, but I know that the Animorphs series has really creepy covers (though I never read that series).

    That’s all for the tag! Have a happy start of October and hope all you do this month is spooky 👻👻

    So Long and Thanks For All the Fish

I tag: Nandini, Clo, and you, the one reading it 😉

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