The Halloween Tag!

12:00 AM

Happy Halloween everyone! Do you like my little banner? I was proud of it! Anyway, for Halloween I wasn't entirely sure what to do, I was going to write a post about my Halloween costume but I decided that since I was tagged by the lovely Shazina over at The Book Chapter to do the Halloween tag that it was appropriate to do this instead! (plus I have so much university work I don't think I'm going to have time to write out my costume how-to post *sigh*) on with the tag!

1. The Vampire - A book that sucked out your feels and KILLED THEM. ;) 

Forbidden by Tabitha Suzuma, oh my god this book... It's such an intense topic for the whole book anyway (incest) but the ending of this book just... I couldn't handle it, it is one of very few books that have made me go "NO!" out loud at 1am, sorry mum.


2. The Witch - A book that cast a spell on you, that you were enchanted with. 

The shock of the Fall by Nathan Filer, could not put this book down, pure and simple, I could read this over and over again and wouldn't get bored, it's just an amazing book.

3. The Skeleton - A book that was simple, but worked perfectly. 

Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. It's not often that I read books that have no horrific context or strange plot line, so this was like a breath of fresh air, it's simply about two twin sisters going to university and it was really simple but it was just so great.

4. The Werewolf - A book that made you so angry you almost didn't recognize yourself.

Room by Emma Donoghue, not because the book was a bad book because this book is absolutely amazing, but because of the theme of the book, this is a book told from the perspective of a five year old boy named Jack who lives in a room with his mum and knows nothing outside of this room (I think it's pretty obvious what the storyline of this book actually is) and it just makes you think - why is this happening to people.

5. The Zombie - A book that had you reading throughout the night.

This isn't something that I often do - I love sleep too much. But there is one book I distinctly remember doing this with because I just needed to know what was going to happen and how things were going to be resolved and if you have read this book, you will know what I mean when I say... I still don't feel like it's finished. And that is Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell!

I tag:

Mab is Mab
Diva Booknerd

Have fun guys! :D

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