Book Tag Friday: Disney Book Tag

Hi all!

My name is Chiara and I am a Bookworm.

I am incredibly sorry for how late this post is going up. I only decided what topic I was doing about five minutes ago and I am doing the first one I found on the WordPress Reader.

So thanks to Rachel @ Stuck in a Good Book for the inspiration.

I hope I do the tag justice!

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Little Mermaid

(A character who is out of their element, a fish-out-of-water)

I can’t immediately think of a character who is out of their element. I’m racking my brain trying to think of books and all the characters I think of have actually adapted really well to their situation.

After a lot of brain racking I came up with:

Volke Savan

from Firth Chronicles series by Shami Stovall

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Cinderella

(A Character who goes through major transformations)

I haven’t finished this series … yet. I promise the I will eventually. But of what I’ve read so far, this character goes through a lot of transformations.

Aelin Galthynius

from the Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas

Goodreads | Review | Waterstones

Snow White

(A book or series with an eclectic cast of characters)

The very first books that came to mind are

Artemis Fowl series by Eoin Colfer

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Sleeping Beauty

(A book that put you to sleep)

I’ve answered this question before in other tags, but I tend to listen to audiobooks before I go to sleep so I fall asleep to a lot of audiobooks. This has absolutely no reflection on the book, just my tiredness.

My most recent one is:

Angels and Demons by Dan Brown

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Lion King

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

Omigosh, I could list so many characters for this, including all the characters I’ve mentioned so far.

Do I have to choose one character for this?

Beauty and the Beast

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

I was so intimidated by the Discovery of Witches books. They were so big and when I sat down to read them I really struggled with the first few pages and I thought I wouldn’t finish it but I really enjoyed it the more I got into it.

A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness

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Aladdin

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

My first thought when I saw this question was Katerina Bishop from the Heist Society series. She got her wish. She got into the brilliant school, she got her normal life … but not for long.

Katerina Bishop

from Heist Society series by Ally Carter

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Mulan

(A character who pretends to be someone they’re not)

My first thought to this is Aelin … again.

Toy Story

(A book with characters you wish would come to life and be real)

I wish all book characters would come to life … that or I could go and live in their worlds.

Disney Descendants

(Your favourite morally ambiguous character)

I saw Rachel’s answer and I am stealing theirs. Unlike Rachel though, I haven’t read the book, but I have seen Wicked twice. Once in London and Once in Manchester. It may be one of my favourite musicals

Elphaba is definitely one of my favourite characters. She is so good and all her actions are twisted against her because of the colour of her skin.

Wicked by Gregory Maguire

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1 thought on “Book Tag Friday: Disney Book Tag”

  1. I am a bookworm- could think of some answers that belong here. And also a musical theatre fanatic

    Lion King- yes, the characters I am thinking of are not in print now. They are characters that belong to my WIPS. Seven of my characters had something traumatic happen during their childhood. Greatest Discovery follows six orphans in particular Aurora and Jasmine.

    However, Sarge, my antagonist in Tale of the Cattail Forest, is only 17 and was born into the wrong family: after his mother left him when he was four, which left with an abusive and cruel father. He is extremely conflicted, confused, angry, and jealous (due to his cousin), and is more lonely than he realizes. He literally still has nightmares about his past: those make things worse. He hates revealing anything about his past. Here’s what he didn’t know: the fact that his Uncle and Cousin love him.

    Cinderella- once again, belonging to a character of mine. Norg does go through a drastic transformation.

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