I'm indebted to two ladies for this tag: first, to Hamlette for tagging me; second, to Eva for creating it in the first place. :) Thanks, ladies!
~ Answer the questions.
~ Tag others as desired.
~ Use the graphic if you wish.
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I personally find The Hundred and One Dalmatians (by Dodie Smith) all kinds of fun. The delicious setting, the writing, the illustrations . . . it's all perfect. :)
"A Million Dreams": Name a book that’s set in a fantastical world
Peter Pan (by J.M. Barrie), perhaps?
The Princess Bride (by William Goldman). It's my happy place. (Click the link to read my review.)
~"The Other Side: Name a book that changed your mind about something
Reading A Morbid Taste for Bones, which is the first book in Ellis Peters' Chronicles of Brother Cadfael series, made me think that maybe I could actually enjoy a murder mystery every now and again. (Reminds me, I really need to find the second book in the series and see if that holds true now . . . )
Oh, I'm actually supposed to pick one? Hmm. In that case: Ella Enchanted (by Gail Carson Levine) MAY be the book I've reread the most, actually. (But that's partially due to one week in my tweens when I reread it multiple times in the span of a few days.)
"This Is Me": Name a book with a character that reminds you of yourself
Prince Caspian (by C.S. Lewis). Susan, I feel you. And we're going to help you. Don't you worry, girlfriend. <3
"Rewrite the Stars": Name a book with a forbidden romance
(I'm majorly cheating on this one, because I'm going to mention a book I haven't actually read.) I recently saw Doctor Thorne for the first time, and knowing that it's based on a book by Anthony Trollope, I'm assuming that the romance in the miniseries is just as forbidden in the original book. So . . . that, I guess??
I guess I'll go with Kirby Larson's Hattie Big Sky. Hattie's pretty adventurous, am I right?!
"From Now On": Name a book with a wonderful family (related or otherwise)
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Thanks again, Hamlette & Eva!
Anyone, feel free to complete the tag. :)