It is finally October again and time for the Halloween Creatures book tag.
– Answer all prompts
– Answer honestly
– Tag 1-3 people
– Link back to his post
– Have fun!
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Of course I have to pick the one and only Karou from the Daughter of Smoke and Bone trilogy by Laini Taylor. I love her story and journey with magic!
New Fears 2 anthology is perfect to read at night because its a collection of short stories meaning you can put it down easily for sleep. Or even better, keep reading through the night with excitement over each new story!
I think I’ll have to go with Vox for this one because the whole world that is built up is terrifying but also could potentionally come to pass.
I can’t really say specifically but the villain in Sawkill Girls is nothing but dark and evil.
Oooft, I uh I don’t want to drop any names here but there is definitely someone in The Bone Witch trilogy that I wish hadn’t died.
I’ve recently finished Watersnakes by Tony Sandoval which I’ll be reviewing later this month; I really loved the art and wish that it was part of series even though it did wrap up very nicely.
Definitely Alice from Christina Henry’s Alice duology. Even though she can 100% look after herself!
Um, its weird because I did rate this book fairly well but The Smoke Thieves would have to be the book I pick. It really didn’t need to be that long.
UGH! The Lovely Bones. I hate this book with a passion and I will 100% rant at anyone who will listen. I’m glad my friend Satho agrees withme fully.
There is a short story in New Fears 2 about these invisible hooks that are all over peoples skin but we aren’t aware about them and it really made me squirm.
I guess one of the love interests in Sea Witch. I didn’t really understand his personality change and want to know if there was any part of him that is real lmao.
Do I even need to answer this? Of course its the Daughter of Smoke and Bone trilogy. Sorry I can’t pick just one.
That is easy. I read this book today and the whole thing is pretty scary – Slothilda! (I’m scared of sloths sorry guys)