Hi friends! I’m really excited to do this tag, because I love a lot of things but Disney is honestly in the top 10. I was tagged by the lovely Kay @ Hammock of Books, so thank you so much Kay!
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I’ve read, in essence, zero books set along the river. But then, I remembered that entire scenes of Tom Sawyer take place on the river, and scattered in the caves along it. To be honest, Tom was a highkey troublemaker. Anyways, Adventureland is always the first place we go whenever my family visits Disney World, and Jungle Cruise has always been one of the first rides I go on.
Apparently I haven’t read a pirate book*…? But this is about a whale**! This is quite the confusing story, but it’s Patrick Ness. So it’s weird and confusing, but emotional. I adore the Pirates of the Caribbean ride, actually, although I’ve only seen the first movie!
*for all i scream about pirate books, the fact that i haven’t actually read one is just…sad
**which is definitely not the same thing
This is a story about girls who are being murdered in the woods. However, the thing that makes this so eerie, so creepy, is that several chapters are narrated from the killer themself*. In fact, it said chapters detail the disturbing habits of the murderer.
*is this a word? i genuinely don’t know
This is one of the few books that entertained me from beginning to end. The first book in this series is, in essence, an ASSASSIN COMPETITION. No matter her faults, Sarah J. Maas knows how to write an exciting plot! Also, fun fact: I was once evacuated off of Thunder Mountain. Good times.
This is one of the few classics I actually adore! It’s such a heartbreaking tale of racism and innocence. I’d highly recommend it, even if you don’t usually read classics. Ahhh, Splash Mountain is such a good ride. All the feels!
I did this prompt one better: there’s TWO castles in this book*. I would quite like to live in the Good castle. Particularly the Gingerbread wing.
*i am entirely too proud
This book is wildly whimsical in the best way. Scarlett’s gown and the entire game of Caraval and then eventually the Fates? So magical. Nearly as magical as The Mad Tea Party.
Uh…I can’t actually remember which book in this series has the big “trek through the mountains”? I know it happened but I can’t quite pinpoint a specific installment. This is such an underrated series, and I’d highly recommend trying it out!
This book is heavily inspired by Chinese culture, and you can clearly feel the subtle touches Joan He loving incorporated into this novel. Even the cover is clearly beautifully influenced.
ASDFGHJKL I’M SORRY I CHOSE THE LUNAR CHRONICLES AGAIN. But my only other option was Illuminae which I did not like in the slightest. This is one of my favorite series, and I love the whole space-opera/retelling vibes. Although, the lines for Space Mountain are always SO long. Yet so worth it.
So that’s it! I hope you enjoyed this! Disney is so much fun. I tag: