I decided to do another book tag, because I think these are really, really fun. It also allows you to get to know the blogger better. I found this book tag on Zezee with books blog where you can check out their answers and the post here: https://zezeewithbooks.wordpress.com/2021/10/28/addams-family-book-tag-1964-edition/.
Let’s get started!
MORTICIA ADDAMS — A BOOK CONTAINING YOUR FAVOURITE CHARACTER
Amelia Peabody is one of my favorite book characters! She is a no nonsense woman, who doesn’t bend to what norms are expected of her. Plus she gets to go on digs in Egypt, how amazing is that!!
GOMEZ ADDAMS — A BOOK ABOUT UNCONDITIONAL LOVE
I know this maybe a weird one, but to me Phantom loved Christine so much that he would do anything for her. Did he kind of stalk her and kill people, yes but I still think his love was a lot more real than anyone’s.
WEDNESDAY ADDAMS — A CHARACTER WITH A… SPECIAL HOBBY
Bryce has a hobby of going out to make deals in the worst places and she trains herself on how to use a sword, so she can avenge her best friend’s death. Need I say more?
PUGSLEY ADDAMS — A CHARACTER THAT IS BOTH NORMAL AND ABNORMAL
Mr. Rochester from Jane Eyre would be that character for me. Although I love him, who would try to marry not one but two woman while his mentally ill wife was in his attic.
GRANDMAMA — A BOOK THAT ENDED UP BEING MORE FUN THAN YOU THOUGHT IT WOULD BE
Jane Slayre is Jane Eyre but Jane is a monster hunter and Mr. Rochester is a werewolf. I was hesitant to read it, but when I did it was amazing!
UNCLE FESTER — A WEIRD BUT LOVABLE CHARACTER
Eloise Bridgerton is one of my favorite characters from the series. She is quick witted and sharp. She doesn’t like that women are just expected to be married and have babies. She wants to branch out on her own and marry when she feels like it.
I shorten the book tag, because I couldn’t think of any answers to some of the questions. If you would like to see the full list, please visit the link posted at the top and you may just find some books you like to on there!
Until next week, I hope you find a book to get lost into!