Disney Book Tag!

Another day, another tag! This time we’ve decided to do a Disney theme. Stay with us to find out which books we’ve affiliated per character/movie!

1. Little Mermaid

(a character who is out of their element, a “fish out of water”)



Clary Fray – She was thrust into this whole new secret world of demon killers all of a sudden. I can’t think of anything more “fish out of water” than that!



Ezra – I seriously had no idea what he was thinking/doing 80% of the time. Being casted out of his clique was definitely enough to make him a “fish out of water.”

2. Cinderella

(a character who goes through a major transformation)


gathering darkness

Magnus Lukas Damora – I’m gonna try to say this without spoilers because I’m describing someone from the third book in a series but woah he is so different (and x1000039898493 better) from the first book. He is now one of my all time favorite characters.



Taylor – Seriously have to applaud this book for the character development. I highly recommend this book for all y’all!

3. Snow White

(a book with an eclectic cast of characters)


to all the boys

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before – Guys, our main character is an Asian set among people of a different culture!!! DIVERSITY YAY!!!


a little

 A Little Something Different – From a squirrel’s POV, to a bench’s. I don’t know how any more eclectic one book can get.

4. Sleeping Beauty

(a book that put you to sleep)


16th summer

Sixteenth Summer – ZZZZzzzzzZZzzZzZ sorry, I can’t answer this question I’m too busy sleeping.


abundance of k

An Abundance of Katherines – Just thinking about this book makes me want to go to sleep as it is. Sorry, John Green, I’m not buying it (and thank God I didn’t.)

5. Lion King

(a character who had something traumatic happen to them in childhood)


young elites

Adelina Amouteru – I can’t think of anything more traumatizing than getting sick, losing an eye, and being cast out as a Malfetto. (But don’t let that stop you from reading this book please. This book is GLORIOUS)


50 shades

Fifty Shades of Grey – Are you really going to make me explain? This entire series wouldn’t have existed if it weren’t for the said traumatic thing.

6. Beauty & the Beast

(a beast of a book that you were intimidated by, but found the story to be beautiful)



Burn for Burn – I didn’t want to read this book at first, but then I did and it was sooooo fun. I really really like this book.



Angelfall – At one point I wanted to stop reading because I was getting /that/ disturbed, but the story ended up piquing my interest more than it creeped me out.

7. Aladdin

(a character who gets their wish granted, for better or for worse)



Anna & the French Kiss – “I wish for the thing that is best for me.” I believe our character did get what was best for her and it was adorable ❤


10 things

Ten Things We Did (and Probably Shouldn’t Have) – Literally this book is every teenager’s dream come true. A fun read, too!

8. Mulan

(a character who pretends to be someone or something they’re not)



Deryn Sharp – She literally pretends to be a boy just as Mulan does. IT. IS. SO. COOL.


every day

Every Day“Every day a different body, every day a different life.” That sounds like a lot of pretending to me.

9. Toy Story

(a book with characters you wish would come to life)



William Herondale – I could write a whole book describing Will, but get this: he is a Victorian gentleman who loves books. *swoon*



P.S. I Still Love You – The only reason I put this book under this is because I want to sweep John Ambrose McClaren off his feet and have him all to myself. Team John!!!

10. Disney descendants

(your favorite villain or morally ambiguous character)


grisha trilogy

The Darkling – I’ve said this before, and I will say it again. THE DARKLING. I’ve never rooted for a bad guy this much in my life!!!


red queen

Red Queen – Though his betrayal still hurts, I love him… sort of… ish. If you wanna know who I’m talking about, read the book (wink wink nudge nudge)

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