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.”
(a character who goes through a major transformation)
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 I’ve Loved Before – Guys, our main character is an Asian set among people of a different culture!!! DIVERSITY YAY!!!
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)
Sixteenth Summer – ZZZZzzzzzZZzzZzZ sorry, I can’t answer this question I’m too busy sleeping.
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)
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)
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.
(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 ❤
Ten Things We Did (and Probably Shouldn’t Have) – Literally this book is every teenager’s dream come true. A fun read, too!
(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 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)
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 – 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)