I haven’t done a tag for a while, and I love doing book tags, so here goes!
Thank you for Sophie @ Blame Chocolate for tagging me!
This tag was created by Clémence @ Clemi’s Bookish World.
Narnia – A magical world you would like to visit.
Besides Narnia, I would love to visit the world of the 39 Clues. Technically the book was based on some historical truths, but I would love to live in a world where a powerful family held such deep secrets. Imagine not being a Cahill, and just being a regular kid who happened to stumble upon the secret bases that the Cahills had throughout the world. It would be awesome to uncover some of the secrets without actually being a member of the family.
The Magician’s Nephew – A book you think is underrated.
Not many people even know that the author of the Hunger Games wrote an amazing middle-grade story. However, I absolutely loved the Gregor the Overlander series when I was in middle school. I even finished all 5 books before I read the Hunger Games series, and consider it to be better than the Hunger Games in some ways. I only wish that the series had been picked up by someone and turned into a movie as well.
The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe – A classic that you love.
I haven’t reread this book in years, but the first time I read it I was completely lost in it. I hope to reread some more classics this year so that I can review them on here!
The Horse and His Boy – A book you picked up without knowing what it was about.
I didn’t even know that this book was a retelling of a fairytale until I read it, but I felt that it really made the story even better for me. I ended up absolutely adoring it.
Prince Caspian – A sequel you loved.
I think that this book was my absolute favorite sequel of all time. If you read it, you probably agree with me.
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader – A quest you’d like to be a part of.
I loved every single quest that the siblings went on in this trilogy. They were all so suspenseful and action-packed.
The Silver Chair – A book you did not expect to love.
I thought that I would always dislike “realistic” novels about teenagers. Usually, I can’t relate to them, and I always thought that they were boring. This one may not have been the most relatable, but it was definitely enjoyable.
The Last Battle – The perfect ending to a series you love.
I definitely haven’t read an absolutely perfect ending in a long time, nor have I read an ending to a series in a bit. However, this was definitely a rather good ending that I only had a few issues with.
The Pevensies – A siblinghood of friendship you’d love to be a part of.
I would love to be a part of the Pevensies definitely, but I would also love to be a part of Freya’s relationship with her sister Alice in the Freya Snow series.
Eustace Scrubb – A character who grew on you.
I loved the creature from Frankenstein so much!
Tumnus – Your favorite mystical creature.
I loved Ignatius from the Summoner trilogy. I haven’t read the third book in the series, but as of the second book I still love him.
Caspian – A character with regal qualities.
Sara would have made an ideal queen. She treated everyone equally whether it was a scullery maid named Becky or a spoiled motherless child named Lottie. She was never mean or spiteful, even when it seemed like the world was against her. She also was very smart and had a wonderful imagination.
Reepicheep – A loyal character.
Starr’s boyfriend was always loyal to her, even when it got him in a lot of trouble. I loved seeing their relationship grow throughout the story.
The Wardrobe – Your favorite hideout/place to read.
I usually read in my bed simply because it is the quietest place in my house. However, when I have my own house or apartment, I hope to have a window seat where I can place pillows and blankets and read. Hopefully, it will rain often where I live so that I can read by a rainy window. That way, I will have a real book nook!
If any of you don’t have time, this is fine, but just spread the word about this super-fun book tag!