When I saw that I was tagged in the Harry Potter Spells book tag, I was so excited! I was tagged to do this by Lauren at Comma Hangover. I haven’t seen this tag before and as a super massive Harry Potter nerd, I can’t wait to do it! This tag involves thinking of books that match each spell. Let’s get started!
The Harry Potter Spells Book Tag
Scarlett by Cathy Cassidy – I remember my mum reading this to me and my sister, all lying in her bed, and my mum did all the accents. It also reminds me of meeting Cathy Cassidy, who I have now spoken to a lot, contributed to her blog and interviewed for my own.
How the Duke Was Won by Lenora Bell – I think this is the first book I ever read in one day and was so surprised by how much I liked it, despite it being a genre I’ve always stayed away from. I’m actually looking forward to reading the next one in the series! Review here.
The Madam by Jaime Raven – This was another book I’ve read in the crime fiction genre and I really liked it – what can be better than a strong female protagonist in an LGBT relationship for representation?! Review here.
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn – This was the first book that introduced me to the crime genre and now I can’t stop reading them! I absolutely adored this book, with the twisty plot and great characterisations. The film was such a good adaptation too! Book review here.
Fat Chance by Nick Spalding – I don’t often show very much emotion but this book made me laugh out loud multiple times – I think there were actually tears at some scenes. I LOVE IT. I’ll probably reread it and review it soon because I want to recommend it to everyone.
Relativity by Antonia Hayes – I’m going to agree with Lauren here and say Relativity. It’s beautiful, emotional and incredibly smart and everyone needs to read it. The stories and the characters are astoundingly great and I could fangirl over this for ages. Review here.
The Glittering Art of Falling Apart by Ilana Fox – I don’t tend to get book spoilers; however if I could pick a book to read all over again it would be this, just because of how huge the twist is and I’d love to experience my shock all over again! Review here.
A Servant to Two Masters by Carlo Goldoni – I had to analyse this for A Level Drama. Okay, this is a play, but it still counts right?! I actually enjoyed it and I went to see the London West End version, One Man, Two Guvnors, starring James Cordon. It was amazing!
The Book Thief by Markus Zusak – As I said above I hardly ever show emotion, especially at books or films, but I cried my little eyes out at this book. It’s devastating. But it’s just so amazingly written and the story is so emotionally exhausting but so great. I’ll review it soon!
Again, The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. You could die from dehydration and/or exhaustion from CRYING TOO HARD. (Also, it’s literally narrated by Death.)
I hope you enjoyed this tag! I feel like to I do too many tags to be able to tag people in every single one I do (I tend to only tag the same people every time anyway!) so if I usually tag you in a post, consider yourself tagged. Also if you’ve read this and fancy doing it then please do, I’d love to see people’s answers!