Disney Character Tag

Hello! I was tagged by Emma @SheReadsBooks

1. The Little Mermaid – A character that is out of their element, a “Fish out of water”.

Cinder by Marissa Meyer. I just read this book (and loved it) and Cinder is definitely out of her element when it comes to Kai.

2. Cinderella – A character that goes through a major transformation.

 The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins. Both Peeta and Katniss go through so much. How could it not change them?

3. Snow White – A book with an eclectic cast of characters

Miss Peregrin’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs. I mean, it’s all in the name, right? All of the kids are super peculiar.

4. Sleeping Beauty – A book that put you to sleep.

O Pioneers! by Willa Cather. We had to read this book in high school and I had such a hard time with it. I might appreciate it more now, but at the time I really did not enjoy it.

5. The Lion King – A character that had something traumatic happen to them in their childhood.

Harry Potter, I really don’t think I need to explain any more than that.

6. Beauty and the Beast – A beast of a book (a big book) that you were intimidated by, but found the story to be beautiful.

Moonstone by Wilkie Collins. I was intimidated because it was the most “classic” book I had read up to that point but I ended up really enjoying it!

7. Aladdin – A character that get’s their wish granted, for better or for worse.

Spelled by Betsy Schow. This one’s pretty literal, but I had a hard time coming up with another one.

8. Mulan – A character that pretends to be something or someone they are not.

The Truth About Forever by Sarah Dessen. The main character goes through a lot of different personalities before the reader is introduced to her. The book is kind of all about her finding out who she really is.

9. Toy Story – A book with characters you wish would come to life.

Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. I’ve said this a bunch of times, but these characters seriously seem so real already.

10. Disney Descendants – Your favourite villain or morally ambiguous character.

Grisha Trilogy by Leigh Bardugo. I’m forgetting his title…but he was so easy to hate and you loved to hate him, and he kept you guessing about his true motives the whole time.

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