Frozen Book Tag!!

Hello everybody! I have decided to just start randomly doing book tags. I’ll try to stick to the ones that you either do by yourself or where the user that made the one I said anyone could do it, but there may be some that I just can’t help myself on. So yeah, I’ve decided to the Frozen one first because this one is super short and super sweet to the point. So let’s go!

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Frozen Heart–Beautiful! Powerful! Dangerous! Cold! What character do you think of when you hear this description?

Hands down Lilith from the Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare. She is just so pretty when she’s described, but then she’s like the mother of all demons and is creepy as crap and just *shudders*. And she is just so rude and snappy. And weird. And let’s get off the topic of her…
Do you want to build a Snowman?– A character you’d like to build a snowman with.
Probably Percy Jackson. I mean, that would just be so fun! Because ice is just somewhat frozen water (completely frozen water is ice you nitwits) and he’d probably find a way to make crazy cool snow sculptures and just like he ‘s Percy Jackson man! C’mon!
For The First Time In Forever– You haven’t been able to read anything in a long time and your TBR pile has been growing larger and larger. What book (of your TBR pile, so no rereads) would you pick?
Oh god… Um probably since I’m a serious weirdo, I’d start reading Doctor Who: 12 Doctors 12 Stories which is a Doctor Who anthology I got from Barnes & Noble when I went on a Book Haul with my like, five different gift cards from Christmas and I’d finish Eye of Minds by James Dashner. I am on like Chapter something of that book and I just put it down and started reading something else. And I actually remembering being in the middle of a complete kick-butt action scene. I don’t know why. Oh well. It’ll be next to read, I swear.
Love Is An Open Door– With what book or which character (or both!) would love be an open door with it? Or for what book/which character would you close the door?
Always an Open Door~
Book: The Fault In our Stars by John Green. I have reread this book over five times… in less than a year. I have a slight obsession with it.
Character: Neville Longbottom from Harry Potter by J. K. Rowling. Hands down, I love him. He’s adorable, shy, and nerdy and look at him in Deathly Hallows! Man alert!
Close the Door~
Book: Wicked by Gregory Maguire. Good book, don’t get me wrong. But see, I thought it would be so much like the play (which I have seen never but own the 5th anniversary special edition soundtrack from the time my parents went when I was like six). It was so mature and I’m still like half way through the book but whoa bro- it’s just getting pretty 1) boring and 2) depressing.
Character: Gally from The Maze Runner Series by James Dashner. Like really dude, I hated that dirty shank. He was rude, two-faced, and get on my nerves like crazy. I read that book in less than twenty-four hours and I just wanted to scream when he “died”. I was so happy. And then The Death Cure cam out… no spoilers I have to remind myself.
Let It Go– A book or book series you used to love but you let it go.
 When I see the phrase ‘let it go‘, I think let your feelings no longer take you over. So I had to let go… well after it impacted me the hardest out of all the series I’ve read… The Maze Runner by James Dashner. Just, *stab* to the feels. So bad. So bad.
Reindeers Books Are Better Than People– Books are better than people. We all know that. Let’s say you’re tired of people today. What book would you rather spend the day with?
Oh God, most definitely The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. That book just makes me feel all fuzzy inside for some reason. Like a book narrated by Death is comforting to an antisocial and anxiety ridden teenager; cause that makes perfect sense.
 In Summer– A perfect book for summer!
The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Just reading the first chapter I can feel the intoxicating heat of India and it feels good to read about the heat somewhere else when I’m in the heat.
Fixer Upper– A book that’s a bit of a fixer-upper and should be fixed with a little bit of love ?
 Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige. That book is so full of hatred and tension that I felt my back ache every time I read about Amy’s suspicions for this person and then that person- SHUT UP I DON’T GIVE A FRICKLE FRACK I WANT TO SEE YOU KILL DOROTHY LIKE A NINJA. Sorry, needed to let that out. 🙂
Alright so that happened. I would like to thank @JetWeasleyBookReviews for kinda tagging me in it (not really, they just if you wanted to do you could) and so yeah. You are all invited to do this tag!
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