Today I’m here with the Captain Marvel Book Tag! Thanks so much to Marta @ The Book Mermaid for tagging me!! Even though I’m a huge Marvel fan, I’m also horrible at staying up to date with movies and TV shows… so I haven’t exactly seen Captain Marvel yet. *Gasp!* I know, I’m very behind on the times. However, these questions seem easy enough to answer without having seen the movie, so let’s give it a go!
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General Woundwort in Watership Down by Richard Adams. What an evil rabbit!! Even his name is unpleasant, which I feel like is always a sign (never trust those icky alliterative names). Did I mention he’s also the dictator of a rabbit cult? The worst.
Although I knew it existed when I was younger, I wish I had read A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket when I was a kid instead of when I was twenty-one years old. Don’t get me wrong, I greatly enjoyed it when I read it abroad; however, I feel like Young Holly would have had an even better experience reading it in her prime.
Sherlock and Watson in Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Even though they may get on each other’s nerves at times and see the world very differently, this dynamic duo always looks out for one another when times get tough. You know what they say: opposites attract!
Does Professor McGonagall count? When I read this prompt I immediately pictured her transforming into a cat, the embodiment of independence, cleverness, and wisdom in both human and animal form. She’ll forever be one of my very favorite Harry Potter characters!
SUPREME INTELLIGENCE – WHICH AUTHOR (DEAD OR ALIVE) THAT YOU LOVE/RESPECT WOULD YOU SEE WHEN YOU VISIT THE SUPREME INTELLIGENCE?
I would pay money to be a fly on the wall of Virginia Woolf’s brain! Her life is fascinating to read about and her writing is just brilliant–I can only imagine how thought-provoking a conversation with her would have been!
When I first saw the cover of Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel, I figured it was a book about some sort of camping community or festival where things go awry at night. Anyone who has read Station Eleven knows that the reality is very, very different!
I’d love to take a ride in the time machine in Timeline by Michael Crichton–provided that it actually brings me back in one piece!
Definitely Westley in The Princess Bride by William Goldman!! So clever! And agile! And talented! And kind! And attractive…
What are your answers to these questions? What do you think of mine? Have you seen Captain Marvel? Let me know in the comments section below!