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Halloween Creatures 2.0 Book Tag

As Halloween is less than a week ago, I wanted to get in the spirit. A few weeks ago I was tagged by Laurie's Bookshelf to do this Halloween Creatures 2.0 Book Tag so here it is!

It was created by Keep Reading Forward so check out their blog to see the original!

But first the rules...

• Answer all prompts.
• Answer honestly.
• Tag 1-13 people.
• Link back to this post.
• Remember to credit the creator.
• Have fun!
 Let's get started...

A Magical Character or Book.
So an obvious one but the Harry Potter Series by J.K. Rowing. I don't think anyone needs convincing to read this series!
The Perfect Book to Read at Night.
Ascension by Victor Dixen because you will want to stay up all night to read it and you have all the time to do so...

A Book that Truly Shocked You.
Can I say, Frankenstein? I think I can. So obviously it's Halloween next week and everyone thinks that Frankenstein is something totally different from what it actually is. (In the best way) It's one of my favourite books so I clearly loved it. I definitely recommend it to anyone who hasn't. 
The Devil

A Dark, Evil Character.

Laurie's answer was the Darkling and I definitely agree. He was so evil and loads of people love him but I just don't get the hype. 
Grim Reaper

A Character that Should Never Have Died.

Where do I start with this question? Like literally where? Lupin. Sirius. Fred. There is probably loads more but I have just suppressed them.  

A Book that Made You “Hungry” for More.

Scythe by Neal Shusterman. I want to know what happens next but I have so many books to get to. Thunderhead will have to wait...

A Character that You Would Protect at All Cost.

Blue or Simon from Simon Vs. Or any character from Becky Albertalli's books basically. 

A Book that Sucked the Life Out of You.

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. I didn't like this one. Sorry...

A Book that Still Haunts You.

Unwind by Neal Shusterman because of that one scene. If you have read it, you KNOW!

A Book that Really Scared You.
Unwind again because it might actually happen in real life and I will be done if that happens...

A Character You Have a Bone to Pick With.

Gale from The Hunger Games series. I just don't like him.

A Book You Would Preserve Throughout Time.

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins *Mockingjay tune in the background*
Image result for electric dreams book coverCreepy Doll

A Cover too Scary to Look At.

Not scary just weird but the Electric Dreams cover...

The Monster Mash

It’s Fun to Be with Friends on Halloween!

Tag Your Friends!
I tag...
Rachel from RacheLeanne
Thank you for reading! 
Are you doing anything for Halloween? If you want to do the tag feel free to do so! 
See you soon, 


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