Saturday, December 21, 2013

Survey: Cast a Harry Potter Spell Part II

This survey is from Flip That Page, and I thought it'd be a lot of fun to do! Feel free to join in the fun!

Spells Cast On You!

causes befuddlement or forgetfulness

A book that generally confused you: Mind Games (Kiersten White) I loved this book, but it was utterly confusing. I'm still not sure about some of it.

heals relatively minor injuries 

A feel good book that you enjoyed: Anna and the French Kiss (Stephanie Perkins) This book was just so feel good. Everything about it was perfect.

temporarily disarms an opponent

A book with a swoon-worthy character: This is Not a Test (Courtney Summers)   Rhys was perfection. I'd like one of him please.

impedes target's progress 

A book that kept you up all night reading: Scarlet (Marissa Meyer) This book had me hooked! Didn't want to put it down.

immediate silencing

A book that left you speechless after you read it: Allegiant (Veronica Roth) Need I say more?

Pekipiksi Pesternomi
useless spell

A boring book that had absolutely no effect on you: Juliet Immortal (Stacey Jay) Yet another disappointing Romeo and Juliet retelling

tickling spell 

A book that made you laugh: Beauty Queens (Libba 
Bray) Fantastic, hilarious read!

offensive spell that violently wounds the target

A book that may have scarred you for life: Beautiful Disaster (Jamie McGuire) Unhealthy relationships made me not want to pick up any other New Adult books

makes you dance uncontrollably

A series finale that made you feel giddy: With All my Soul (Rachel Vincent) Yes, a lot of bad stuff happened, but that ending, those characters! 

Bombarda Maxima
causes an explosion that breaks through obstacles 

A book that made you explode with the feels: Catching Fire (Suzanne Collins) As if my Katniss/Peeta feels weren't enough in the first book, everything about them in this sequel gave me chills.

Finite Incantatem
nullifies other spells

A book you thought you'd dislike, but ended up loving: Lord of the Flies (William Golding) Read this one in high school and still haven't stopped thinking about it.

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