Thursday

The Harry Potter Spell Tag

Hello everyone! So I was browsing the internet and found this very interesting tag. And since it was a Harry Potter related tag, I decided to try it out, here we go!




1) Expecto Patronum - A childhood book connected to good memories. 

The Ivy & Bean series! I used to read this series in 1st/2nd grade along with my best friend and we adored it and tried everything to be like Ivy and Bean.

I remember particularly that there was one book that was where Ivy and Bean took a blood oath so me and my friend gathered in the shed and tried to take a blood oath but we backed out at the last second, also because my mom caught us... yikes.


2) Expelliarmus - A book that took you by surprise. 

The Battle of the Sun by Jeanette Winterson. I was sitting there, minding my own little business and WHAM Winterson threw this GIANT plot twist at me.

Do you ever just sit there holding your book tightly, re reading that one little section trying to figure out what the heck just happened. 


3) Prior Incantato - The last book you read.

Cress by Marissa Meyer. I'm attempting to finish the Lunar Chronicles soon. As some of you may remember, I didn't necessarily enjoy Scarlet as much as I enjoyed Cinder but as I read through Cress, I think it might be able to renew Scarlet's mistakes. 


4) Alohomora - A book that introduced you to a genre that you hadn't considered before.

Hm, this is a difficult one but I'd have to say: My Name Is Not Friday by Jon Walter. I recently reread this book after a while as I simply adored it the first time I read it. 

It really introduced me to my interest in the Civil War/discrimination and also into historical fiction more. I love reading books that relate to the harder parts in history, especially when it gives you a better understanding of that period in time and I felt My Name Is Not Friday really did that for me. 


5) Riddikulus - A funny book you read. 

Eh, you see I don't really read books relating to comedy. But I could choose The Mortal Instruments as most of my tears while reading that series not only resulted from sadness but from laughter as well. 



But I could also say Fangirl, since that was a hilarious book in many aspects. 


6) Sonorus - A book you think everyone should know about. 

AHH THIS IS SO HARD WHY? I have two: The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater and The School For Good and Evil by Soman Chainani which I feel people know about but just haven't read?


7) Obliviate - A book or spoiler you would like to forget having read. 

THIS MIGHT BE OFFENSIVE: The Scorch Trials/Death Cure by James Dashner. The first book was good, I mean I enjoyed it thoroughly and I was excited to read the next few books but

it was just wrong? Like it was so confusing and nothing really made sense. I just couldn't finish The Death Cure I DNFed it when you-know-who died.


8) Imperio - A book you had to read for school.

Drums Girls and Dangerous Pie. This was a middle grade, but fantastic book. I loved it except for the obnoxious work that paired with it. I was really fascinated with the plot and the author's idea for it.

I cried a couple times during it, I believe it was the author's debut novel and he did a wonderful job writing it. The character development was like amazing and I was quite surprised with the ending, not because of the big plot twist, but because I thought a different big plot twist would happen, but it actually didn't happen.


9) Crucio - A book that was painful to read.

The entire Matched series. IT WAS JUST SO CRINGE. It was everything that could be possibly wrong with a book in one series.

You know all those fantasy sci-fi cliches? From the main character being a caucasian female, to the love triangles, to the plague. Yeah it was all there. It was just so painful.

g l e e 

10) Avada Kedavra - A book that could kill. (interpret as you will.)

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. need i say more? no. 



I hope you guys enjoyed this little tag, I thought it was such a cute lil thing and i just had to take part!


Ok, I tag everyone who can tell me their favorite Harry Potter spell in the comments! Enjoy this tag, and let me know if you do it. 


Thanks for reading,
Noor

(I didn't create this tag but I could not discover the original creator, sorry!)

11 comments:

  1. Ooo this is a fun tag! I might steal this and do it myself...
    Sonorus, is my favorite spell. EVERYONE must know about Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard. #READTHEBOOK. ;)
    ~ Suzy

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  2. The Raven Boys! I love that book, and those boys.

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  3. You... must... tag me!!!!!! I need to be tagged for this!! I want to do this so freaken badly...!!! So please... please tag me!
    -Dani

    http://thedanijonesblog.blogspot.com/

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    1. haha I said I tagged everyone who can tell me their favorite spell!

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    2. Alright, acio...phone! Insert whatever you want in the phone section.
      -Dani

      http://thedanijonesblog.blogspot.com/

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  4. DUUUDE THIS LOOKS EPIC I MIGHT HAVE TO DO THIS. Even though I literally just did a tag xD

    Ellie | On the Other Side of Reality

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  5. PLEASE MAKE ME DO THIS TAG. PLEASE.

    My favourite spell is faraverto because as you know it is extremely practical to be able to transform your pet into a water goblet. Like who doesn't use this spell on a daily basis.

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  6. Oh my gosh I need this in my life.
    I'd have to say the Summoning Charm, but I also love the Bat-Bogey Hex, the Cheering Charm, Glisseo, and Rictusempra xx

    Shine on,
    GirlRadio

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  7. This is such a fun tag! I loved reading your answers ♥
    Amy xx

    Little Moon Dragon

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  8. My favorite spell would probably be the Bat-Bogey-Hex! I'm definitely going to try out this tag!

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