Week 4 is going to be the Disney Book Tag! This one was created by Katy at Katytastic. You can view her original video here. As always, I did not create this tag, Katy at Katytastic did. If any bloggers out there want to join me, feel free to leave a link to you’re post in the comments, I’d love to see them. Or for anyone else out there who doesn’t have a blog, feel free to leave some of you’re unpopular opinions in the comments so I’ll feel a little less alone.
It feels a little funny to choose a character who spends the entire novel in a boat for the “fish out of water” question, but Joni was the first character that came to mind for this. She’s a college girl who has never been out on a boat in her life and suddenly she is taking a charted trip on a small boat with a bunch of people she doesn’t know. She is so far out of her element, she probably would be able to find it with both hands and a flashlight.
This was a pretty obvious answer, but at the beginning, R is a somewhat mindless zombie and he’s a functioning human by the end. It’s the middle bit that I enjoy the most though!
Cress has so many different types of characters. The rebellion is a mishmashed group of people. You’ve got Cinder the cyborg, Wolf the..well WOLF, Kai the prince, Scarlet the fighter, Cress the super socially awkward, Throne the space cowboy, and SO MANY more. Those are just the main set, that doesn’t even begin to touch all of the side characters.
I had high hopes for this book. I was expecting a new fairy tale with a cool new world and cool new rules. But I got a very slow story that comes to no real resolution with characters that I didn’t care for. It literally put me to sleep on more than one occasion!
Imogen’s parents died in a fire when she was a child. Nothing is more traumatic than losing your family at a young age. She gets more trauma as she ages. I can’t go into detail because, you know, spoilers.
567 pages. That’s pretty big in my opinion. It’s not the biggest book I’ve read, but it’s definitely biggest one that I found to be beautifully written. Anyone who has finished this series can tell you about the amazingly beautiful ending. I ended up tackling this in audiobook form (which I HIGHLY recommend) to help relieve the this is so long anxiety.
All Jules Maroni wants is for her family to join the Cirque American and she’s willing to do anything to make that happen. She goes to extreme measures to get her family to join the circus. But is it for the best? Is that really the best thing for her and her family? You’ll have to read to find out!
Max, Isabel, and Michael seem like humans. They look like humans, they act like humans, but they are not humans! In all honestly, this book series is quite different from the show, but I enjoyed it just as much!
Do I even need to explain this? I want more than the characters to come to life, I want the whole WORLD to come to life. I’m tired of being a muggle. I want wands and spells and some kind of magical profession…ooo…I could teach at Hogwarts. Go to school to become a teacher!
Team Roth for the win. I haven’t finished this series, but Layla better end up with Roth. Seriously, I voted for him and he is so much better than Zayne.
That’s it this week. Let me know what you would have said in the comments!