Labyrinth Tag

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Hey, everyone! I’m back with another book tag! Hope you enjoy! This tag was originally created by The Reading Puppet on youtube. I was tagged by Claire from bookscoffeeandrepeat , thank you for that, Claire! I will try to stick to books in my answers, but I might add tv shows/movies.

1. The Labyrinth – So many twists and turns that you got lost.

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Agatha Christie is the queen of twists and turns, And Then There Were None was a masterpiece. I adored everything about it, check it out!

 

2. The Bog of Stench – So descriptive that you could literally smell the world it takes place in

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Tolkien’s descriptions are almost overwelming, but they do help build the world. And Middle Earth will forever be my favourite fictional place.

 

3. A villain that sings

 

 

I won’t lie, this was difficult, but after searching for ten minutes, I remembered this! Medea used a song to charm Leo and Jason in The Lost Hero. Also, I adore Medea!!

4. Toby – The victim is a baby

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The twins – Cal and Aron – have a pretty messy childhood with their mother leaving them and their father being neglectful because of his grief. So, yes, I think they are victims.

5. Goblins

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Guys, if you had to drink whenever I mentioned something by Tolkien, I think you’d be pretty drunk. I’m sorry for this! But I love Tolkien! (And I also haven’t read anything else with goblings)

6. Hoggle – A betrayal

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This one has a huge betrayal that brings up hell all around.

7. A Masquerade Ball

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Not my favourite book, but it fits pretty well. Unpopular opinion : I’m not a big fan of William Shakespeare.

8. Jim Henson – A character/book/person so amazingly creative & inspiring

 

Rose, Lily & Daisy Calloway are so inspiring and creative, they are my babies and I love them so much as characters. They’ve helped me grow and I’ve learnt a lot from them and their paths.

9. Ludo – A true friend & Sweet Soul

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Hermione Granger is a total sweetie and she’s the best friend you could ever get, she will have your back.

 

10. Sir Didymus – A brave character / very heroic character

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Annabeth Chase and Percy Jackson and almost everyone from this series? Rick Riordan is so good at writing brave, heroic, but also complex characters.

11. The Oubliette – You’re dropped into the oubliette, what book do you want with you, to read for the rest of your time there and what character rescues you.

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Since this is a 900-something pages book and it’s one of my favourites, I think it would be a great companion. And about who saves me… Well, Legolas (LOTR), Ryke Meadows (Addicted series), Arin (The Winner’s Trilogy) woul be top choices.

12. Helping Hands – The character makes bad decisions after bad decisions

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Santiago got on my nerves through this book with all his awful decisions that were excused by fate and blah blah.

 

13. Jareth, The Goblin King – A character that is beautiful but cruel

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The Darkling, in my defense, I’ve only read the first book, so I’m not sure if things change in the next two. (but I doubt it from the spoilers I’ve gotten)

14. The Worm – A very cute lovable character

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Cath is the cutest thing on this universe.

15. Wiseman and hat – A useless character/book, not sure why they’re in the story

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Gabe in this one was pretty useless and I never understood what this plot was about since it came to nothing.

16. Sarah – Naïve main character

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Auburn frustrated the hell out of me. There’s a reason why I gave it one star.

17. The Firey’s – Crazy unpredictable character

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Legend was slightly crazy and very unpredictable!

 

That’s it! I want to tag anyone who likes this tag, if you want to do it, just consider yourself tagged by me.

2 thoughts on “Labyrinth Tag

  1. Marie says:

    Lovely answers! I agree, Hermione would make the best friend ever ❤ I think I might be the only one left who hasn't read Fangirl just yet, but…I'm so happy to hear you love the main character so much! 😀

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