The Addams Family Book Tag

I recently saw Aoife @ Pretty Purple Polka Dots do this tag, and as someone who LOVES the Addams family, and with it being spooky season, I couldn’t resist doing the tag myself.

Morticia Addams, the mother and a witch. What is your favourite witch book?

Can I say Harry Potter? It has witches in, so surely that counts right?

Gomez Addams is a loving father. Who is your favourite fictional dad?

Arthur Weasley. I just love the entire Weasley family.

Uncle Fester Addams can generate electricity. What books makes you light up so much that you can’t stop talking about it?

The Immortal Prudence Blackwood by Stephanie Grey. This book is so amazing, I recommend it to anyone and everyone!

Wednesday Addams is obsessed with death. If you could have killed off a character in any book who would it have been?

Dolores Umbridge. I don’t think there has ever been a character I have hated more in a book than her.

Pugsley Addams has a vicious nature and plays nasty pranks on everyone. Who is your favourite villain?


Lurch is based on Frankenstein and a zombie. What is your favourite adaptation of a story?

I can’t keep choosing Harry Potter related answers, so I will go for The Lord of the Rings trilogy! These adaptations were incredible.

Grandmama is an old classic witch. What is your favourite old classic horror book?

That would probably be The Rats by James Herbert

I’m tagging anyone who wants to give this tag a go.

Are you a fan of The Addams Family? Let me know in the comments!

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