I was tagged in the Hocus Pocus Book Tag by Bookchanted. She does awesome book reviews and you should go check out her blog. This tag was created by Never Not Reading, thanks for making this tag! I’m super excited to be doing this tag so here we go:
The Sanderson Sisters – A Great Trilogy
The Trylle Trilogy was so good and so not what I expected when I read it. It’s been a while since I read these books but I do remember that I loved them. Amanda Hocking is a great author.
Winifred Sanderson – A book with a truly evil female villain
Molly from Fallen. She was so mean to Luce throughout the whole book. I absolutely loved this book though and the rest of the series.
Sarah Sanderson – A book that uncannily attracts children
What kid doesn’t love this book and the movie. It’s full of imagination, monsters, trolls, and other magically beings. It’s also kind of sad but it’s still a good book.
Mary Sanderson – A book that’s just plain silly
This book if full of random, ridiculous facts. The pictures are hilarious and will have you laughing throughout the whole book. I enjoyed reading this book because I like random, useless knowledge.
Max – A book that is trying really hard to be cool, but doesn’t always succeed
I read this when I was going through my John Green phase and it was my least favorite out of all of his books. The story just wasn’t that great compared to his other books.
Dani – A book that isn’t afraid to tell it like it is
Having had cancer myself, I truly enjoyed this book. While some of it may have been a little far-fetched, it was still a great book. I think everyone who reads this book reads it from a different point if view and can relate in many different ways and that is what makes this book so great.
Binx – A book series that just won’t die
I have to agree with Bookchanted on this one. I read all of these books except the last one because it wasn’t out yet when I read them during my transplant. I had to reread them so I could read the last one. I love Cassandra Clare though, she is such a great author.
Ice – A book with a character that’s dumb as a rock
The dad from The Lucky One. He is constantly threatening to take his son away from his ex-wife because she is a relationship with the guy who just started working for her. Everything he does is stupid which just ends up worse for him in the end.
The Black Flame Candle – A book or series you wish you could resurrect
I would like to know what happens next, you know. The way this book ended, I felt was a huge cliffhanger. Like, does she ever forgive her mom? What happens next with her and Olly? So many questions.
Headless Billy Butcherson – A book that’s not so bad as people make it out to be
There are so many bad reviews for this book on GoodReads. I don’t understand why though, I loved this book, both times I read it. I guess it’s just one of those books you either love or hate.
Winifred Sanderson’s Spell Book – A book with a mind of it’s own
I attempted to read this book once and no idea what the heck was going on. After I saw the movie I was like, “oooooh, I get it now” and gave the book another chance. I really liked this book.
Garry Marshall – A book with a cameo
The Lightening Thief series obviously has many cameos because of the different Greek Gods and creatures. This was the first series I ever read in its entirety and I absolutely loved it.
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