I was tagged by loquaciouslyliterate
Hit me with your best literary pun?
I can’t, sorry I just suck at puns, I know it’s a shame.
Favorite closing line from a book?
I am haunted by humans (The Book Thief)
Favorite Disney film?
Favorite song lyric?
One two three close your eyes and count four I’m gonna hide behind bedroom door (Don’t Stop/Color on the Walls-Foster the People)
If you could bring one character back to life who would it be? (spoilers!)
There’s two! Will Herondale and Rudy
If you had to live in one fictional location where would it be?
The realm of The Thirteenth Child Trilogy.
From which author do you have the most books?
It’s a tie between Sarah J. Maas, Maggie Stiefvater, Cassandra Clare, and Kiera Cass although I like to think that I have the most from Maggie/Clare. Although it’s basically because they are series.
Describe your favorite book cover?
The Night Circus or the Out of the Easy hardback. I’m no good at describing.
Tom Riddle or Prince John
Least favorite protagonist?
Favorite descriptive passage?
It’s quite long..
You walk down a hallway papered in playing cards, row upon row of clubs and spades. Lanterns fashioned from additional cards hang above, swinging gently as you pass by.
A door at the end of the hall leads to a spiraling iron staircase.
The stairs go both up and down. You go up finding a trapdoor in the ceiling.
The room it opens into is full of feathers that flutter downward. When you walk through them, they fall like snow over the door in the floor, obscuring it from sight.
There are six identical doors. You choose one at random, trailing a few feathers with you.
The scent of pine is overwhelming as you enter the next room to find yourself in a forest full of evergreen trees. Only these trees are not green but bright and white, luminous in the darkness surrounding them.
They are difficult to navigate. As soon as you begin walking the walls are lost in shadows and branches.
There is a sound like a woman laughing nearby, or perhaps it is only the rustling of the trees as you push your way forward, searching for the next door, the next room.
You feel the warmth of breath on your neck, but when you turn there is no one there.
Favorite time of day
When did you learn to read
Who taught you how to read
When was your climax of your reading career (or when did you really get into reading)
Cover or the synopsis
ebook or print
Favorite place to read
When traveling where do you keep your book (in a bag/suitcase/in hand etc)
How far away is your closest library
Grab the closest book next to you, what is the title?
You know the rules I tag you and then you answer my questions and then ask your own 11 questions. I shall tag books-are-my-life17 dukeofbookingham 13bibliophile13 ohsomanybooks wordsreadandwritten lilysnape89 hayfamegashi and acciobooksandsunshine and anyone else