BOOK TAG: Harry Potter: Honoring The Dead

Happy Monday, everyone! I am starting off the week getting tagged in a Harry Potter book tag post. I don’t get very many of these, so I figured that I would replace my usual Harry Potter Chapter-A-Long post with this.

(Or I may just do the Chapter-A-Long later on today. Depends on how busy I am.)

The Rules
Thank the person who tagged you (and paste these rules)
Show your house pride!
Choose who you would bring back
Choose a book to represent each of the 9 characters below
Tag 7 other bloggers.

#1 – Thank the person who tagged you

Thanks Paige at Bookish Paige for choose me for this tag! This should be fun and heartbreaking at the same time!

#2 – Show your house pride!


Eagles for the Cup!

#3 – Choose Who To Bring Back

This is so hard to choose! I really want to bring two people back, and I’ll explain, but if I can only choose one, I’m choosing Tonks. It has always broken my heart that Teddy had to grow up without his parents. If I could, I would bring both Tonks and Lupin back, but that’s against the rules. Boo.

#4 – Choose a book to represent each of the characters

A book with the best father/mother figure.

Anger is a Gift

Anger is a Gift by Mark Oshiro – I loved the relationship between Moss and his mom in this book. She is so supportive of him and understanding of what he is going through.

A book with a redeemable character.


Demonglass by Rachel Hawkins – Archer Cross has gotten into quite a bit of trouble, but there’s still hope for him. There has to be!

A book with a great mentor/teacher

Pawn of Prophecy

Pawn of Prophecy by David Eddings – Going a bit old school on this one with the book that first got me reading fantasy. Both Belgarath and Polgara definitely count as mentors for Garion.

A book with a great animal sidekick

Golden Compass

The Golden Compass by Philip Pullman – Who didn’t read this book and immediately want a daemon! Or an armored polar bear!

A book with a character who created bad scenes on accident

Magic Street

Magic Street by Orson Scott Card – Mack doesn’t mean to make bad or weird or twisted things happen they just . . . sort of do when he’s around?

A book with your favorite brother/sister duo


Feed by Mira Grant – I love the dynamic between Georgia and Shaun in this entire series. They work closely together and always have each other’s back.

A book with the best family feud

white cat

White Cat by Holly Black – Cassel’s family has all kinds of issues. Someone is always fighting with someone else. I don’t blame him for wanting to distance himself!

A book where a character died too young/too soon


Looking for Alaska by John Green – I am both looking forward to and dreading the Hulu adaptation of this one. I don’t know if my heart can take it.

A book with your favorite shapeshifter


Splintered by A.G. Howard – Morpheus turns into a moth all the time, so that definitely counts, right? My favorite brooding moth boy!

#5 – Tag 7 other bloggers

I am going to tag the following bloggers. Don’t feel pressured to participate, but if you’d like to, I would love to see your answers!

  1. Emer at A Little Haze Book Blog
  2. Chrissi at Chrissi Reads
  3. Rachel at Diary of a Reading Addict
  4. Hâf at The Library Looter
  5. Jolie at Read With Me
  6. Hamad at The Book Prescription
  7. Stefanie at The Magic of Wor(l)ds


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2 replies

  1. Oh, this was a really cute tag. Loved all your anwers!

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