Monday, June 6, 2016

The Pixar Book Tag

I was tagged by the amazing JM @ Book Freak Revelations for the Pixar book tag and couldn't be more excited! I'm more the old Disney kinda girl - with movies such as Bambi, Aladdin, Mulan and and and - but Pixar has released some great ones too that I love so dearly! Let's have a look!
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Toy Story — A book where you wanted the characters to come to life.

Hmmmm, maybe the characters from Leigh Bardugo's Six of Crows? Just imagine how could it would be to meet Kaz, Inej, Jasper and all the others casually on the streets! Obviously you'd need to take good care of yourself ... but still!

A Bugs Life — A character who goes through a transformation.

Celaena Sardothien. Simple as that. She's been through so much already and that changed her a lot. All those terrible things (I'm totally thinking about Sam and her past in general) made her who she is now and while it's not been easy, I feel like she managed it quite well. She's great and I adore her.


Up — A book whose characters quickly made you become emotionally invested in.

Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover. She creates such amazing characters that are incredibly well-written and fleshed out ... they feel so real and that's what I love about her writing. Maybe Someday has brilliant characters and they're definitely one reason why this book is one of my alltime favorites.

Finding Nemo — “P. Sherman, 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney” A book that has an address or quote that’s burned into your memory forever.

That's an easy one - the only answer I can give you is: "The cupboard under the stairs, 4 Privet Drive" from the Harry Potter series. That's also basically the only one I remember, haha.

The Incredibles — Coolest Book Family.

Is it sad that I can't even think of a cool bookish family? Not even talking about the coolest. I just don't know?

Monsters Inc. — A strong character develops a soft side for someone.

Do Raffe and Penryn from the Angelfall trilogy by Susan Ee count? I mean, they're both strong characters and develop a soft spot for each other ... that's like the most perfect answer, no? Both characters hated each other at the beginning but throughout the books and their journey together things changed - hate grew into companionship, then frienship and eventually they both realized what they feel for each other is even more than that. ALL THE FEELS!! I JUST LOVE THESE TWO, OKAY?!




Cars 1, 2, 3 — A book that keeps getting sequels you feel are not needed.

I'm not sure if these are sequels but maybe the Black Dagger Brotherhood from J.R. Ward? I have a tooon of those books on my shelves - well, they split the german ones which is super stupid but there are still SO MANY OF THEM. It feels like I'm reading the same story every time but they're still strangely addictive. Oh well.

Ratatouille — A book featuring a non-human/humanoid.

The only one I can think of is Iko from the Lunar Chronicles series by Marissa Meyer. She's so cute and I love her a lot!

Wall-E — A book that made you lonely.

Lonely? I know books that make me sad but lonely? This is so hard! I don't know? Do I get lonely when I read romance books with swoon-worthy couples in it because I don't have a boyfriend? Maybe? I can't think of anything else.


Brave — Name a book with a strong mother/daughter relationship.

I don't think I can name one? Like, you know I'm mostly reading Young Adult Fantasy books, right? WHERE ARE ALL THE PARENTS?! I have no clue! It's like they don't even exist in these worlds ... maybe they were brought by a stork? Who knows.

Inside Out — Name a book that could be one of your core memories.

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green because it got me into reading english books regularly. That's when my obsession with english books started - before that I read a lot less and mostly ones in german.


I'm tagging ...

4 comments:

  1. If the Six of Crows gang come to life, our world would have serious gang problem (I'm pretty sure Kaz would be a mob or something...) And yes, Privet Drive and Grimauld Place are also the only book address that stuck in my mind XD

    Tasya // The Literary Huntress

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    1. Hahah, yes! But it would also be awesome, don't you think? :P I'm so bad at remembering addresses ... I'm glad I even know these, haha.

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  2. "WHERE ARE ALL THE PARENTS?!" sounds about right! lol

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    1. YES! LIKE REALLY, WHERE ARE THEY?!? It's always so weird, haha.

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