It is Tuesday, which means it is tag day on my blog! Today, I will be doing the Disney Park book tag, which was recommended to me by Ellie @ Read To Ramble.
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The Jungle Cruise: A Book Set Along The River
Great start, I know, but I can’t think of any…
Pirates of the Caribbean: A Swashbuckling High Seas Adventure
There are a few I could choose for this, but I’m going with my all time favourite: The Vampirates series
The Haunted Mansion: A Book With An Eerie Vibe
Again, there were so many I could have chosen, but I’m going with Haverscroft by S.A. Harris. (REVIEW)
Thunder Mountain Railroad: A Thrill Ride From Start to Finish
When the word “thrill” is mentioned, how can I choose anyone other than Steve Cavanagh, and Twisted is the biggest thrill ride you could imagine! (REVIEW)
Splash Mountain: A Book Set in the Deep South
I wasn’t sure with this one, because if I’m honest, I wasn’t entirely sure what classified as the Deep South… But after a quick google search to find out, the first book it mentioned was To Kill A Mockingbird, which I read for the first time a couple of years ago!
Cinderella Castle: A Book With A Castle
Trying not to use the obvious answer, for obvious reasons. So, I’m going with Dracula!
Mad Tea Party: A Whimsical Book
I wasn’t really sure for this one, but I think Matilda would count? This is one of my favourite children’s books, and also one of my favourite films!
Matterhorn Bobsleds: A Trek Through the Mountains
I struggled to think for this one. But then it came to me, the pass of Caradhras in Lord of the Rings!
It’s a Small World: A World Inspired by Another Culture
I’m choosing one of my recent favourites: Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi! (REVIEW)
Space Mountain: A Fast Paced Space Opera
I’m not really in to space books, so I’m choosing one that I do want to read at some point… Dune by Frank Herbert