Hey pixels!! I’ve been nominated to do this tag by my lovely friend Ann, from Ann the book master. Have a look at her blog, is amazing!!
I’m not going to high school anymore, and I should say that I don’t miss it at all. What I really miss is the lack of adult obligations, like working, paying taxes and similar… But I think this tag is so cute that I wanted to answer its questions!! And of course, I went to a Spanish high school, which are so different: we don’t celebrate Halloween or proms, for example. I’ve seen proms just at movies…. It’s curious how the same experience can be so different from one country to another…
I hope you’ll enjoy my answers!!
- Thank the creators: Namitha @ Teen Memoir and Jasmine @ How Useful It Is
- Answer the questions
- Add pictures if you want to
- Tag about 5 people
A+ ON THE TEST:
A BOOK OR CHARACTER THAT MAKES YOU SMILE?
Alice in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll. It was my favourite story as a child. I think I saw the Disney film like a million times. And I’ve read the book several times, too!!
A FICTIONAL FAMILY THAT YOU WANT TO BE A PART OF?
Probably the Weasley family, from Harry Potter. Growing in a house full of witches and wizards has to be awesome, and they get on well with everyone. I find them amazing!
A BOOK THAT TRIES TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
I don’t think a book is trying to make a difference. We make this difference when we read the story. But if I have to name one, 1984, by George Orwell.
HIGH SCHOOL SWEETHEART:
A BOOK CHARACTER YOU HAVE A CRUSH ON?
I usually don’t have a crush with book charachters. But some exceptions are: Martin Molin, created by Camilla Läckberg; or Tobias Eaton, from the Divergent saga.
A BOOK WITH A BEAUTIFUL COVER?
I like the cover of Lab Girl, by Hope Jahren, with its beautiful pattern.
A BOOK YOU CAN ALWAYS TURN TO WHEN YOU NEED AN ESCAPE?
Harry Potter. I read the books from time to time. I always find them so comforting and amazing to read. I’m reading them now: after every book I watch the film. I’ve just finished number five now (the order of the phoenix).
A BOOK CHARACTER(S) YOU WANT TO HAVE LUNCH WITH?
The charachers of the book I’m reading right now. Always. Now it would be all the people working at the police station of Tanumshede. I am reading a book from Camilla Läckberg.
A CHARACTER YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE FOR ONE DAY?
Maybe Legolas, from The Lord of the Rings (Tolkien). It would be nice to be that good with archery (see my next post to understand better this point), and of course, I would like to know how it feels when you can’t die, or when you have that lovely blond hair…
A VILLAIN YOU DON’T WANT TO GO TO SCHOOL WITH?
Actually I don’t want to go to school with any villain, I prefer just the good guys. I had too much bullying in real life, thank you.
A BOOK WITH A BITTERSWEET CONCLUSION?
Alley (Veronica Roth). I don’t like the conclusion so much. Usually I prefer the book than the film, but in this case, the film conclusion is better. I am not saying why because I don’t want to make a spoiler….
I would like to tag anyone who would like to do this tag because I would like to share the joy of going back to school. Or not going back….
Have you read any of these books? What did you think about them? What do you think about my answers? Are you going to make this tag? Please, let me know in the comments below.
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