Book Tag Tuesday: Truthwitch Book Tag

Hey, y’all! I originally saw this book tag on Lauren’s Bookshelf at Blogger.com and wanted to do it. It was originally created by Inside My Library Mind back in 2018. (I know, seems so long ago!) Though this tag was originally created and dedicated to the much beloved series known as The Witchlands, I’d like to dedicate this post to the release of The Vanderbeekers Lost and Found!!!! It is Karina Yan Glaser’s 4th book in the Vanderbeeker series! I can’t wait to read this book!! Anyway, I’m excited for this tag! I hope y’all like it!

Here are the rules of the tag:

  • Credit the author, Inside My Library Mind
  • Credit the person who tagged you. (Nobody tagged me, I just wanted to do it.)
  • Have fun!
  • Safe Harbors!

A character that grew on you

Tanwen in this book kinda bugged me in the beginning. She was kinda selfish and insensitive. However, as The Story Peddler unfolded she really grew on me! Also, can we all just stop a minute to appreciate this beautiful cover!?

A character you relate to most

Janner in this whole EPIC saga is me. He just is.

Favorite setting

THE SHIRE!!!!!

Favorite Anti-Hero

I’m not completely sure that Turin counts as an official “anti-hero”, but in my opinion, most anti-heroes are usually the most humane characters in books, movies, or TV shows. Turin is such a humane character that drives the book forward, possibly not in the most moral way, but that is just reality. I LOVE this book SO much and if you haven’t read it, you need to! (It can be a bit of an eyeful, but it’s not as dense as the Silmarillion.)

A loyal character

Y’all sick of all the J.R.R. Tolkien books, yet? Can you guess who is my favorite author? Haha! Literally the most loyal character of all time is Sam in LOTR. (Fun fact: Sam was based off of Tolkien’s “helper” when fighting in WW1.) I love Sam SO much!

Favorite Female Friendship

I loved the friendship in this book. I loved the obvious differences between their lives and how those differences couldn’t stop their friendship.

Favorite Book Relationship

This book is such an endearing book. Inside are the letters that Tolkien would write to his children, that were “from Santa” at Christmas time. Through these letters, Tolkien creates a whole other world on the North Pole. It is so GREAT! I love the constant banter between “Santa and the Polar Bear”!

Favorite Villain

President Coriolanus Snow.

Favorite Animal/Creature

The story of this horse broke my heart! I just loved him so much!

An Intimidating Character

I am sorry, but I can’t remember the name of the intimidating character in this book! But, she is the one in charge of the 8 world’s traveling thing…I’m sorry, that is a horrid explanation. I’ll update this when I figure it out.

I’d like to tag…

Well, that’s the end of today’s book tag. What would be your answers to these prompts? Let me know in the comments down below or by tagging me if you decide to do this tag. Ciao!

We lose ourselves in books, we find ourselves there, too.

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