I was tagged by @mcmusicbookblog to do the Disney Princess Sidekicks Book Tag! Sorry for taking so long, but here it is!
Mushu from Mulan/Olaf and Sven from Frozen: Name your favorite hilarious character or your favorite comedy/funny book
One book character who always makes me laugh is Carter or Sadie Kane from the Kane Chronicles. Heck, even though the series is not supposed to be a comedy series, all of the books in the series made me die of laughter at one point or another. Here is a link to my review of the Red Pyramid/The first book in the series.
The Seven Dwarfs from Snow White: Favorite group/ensemble
I love the Revolutionary Order of the Wicked from Dorothy Must Die. They all work together so well throughout the series in order to save Oz, and they all have such interesting backstories. Danielle Paige truly did an amazing job with making sure that we got to know each member individually, and not simply as the main character plus her partners. Here is a link to my review of Dorothy Must Die, here is a link to my review of The Wicked Will Rise. I did read Yellow Brick War, but I just noticed that I had never written a review for the book! So, expect a review for Yellow Brick war to be coming soon.
Pascal from Tangled: A book that started out one way but changed for you
I will name 2! The Selection series started off pretty good for me, but the third book ended really badly for me. So I guess this counts as a series, but it changed completely so it is probably the most dramatic change.
Second, Rhysand from the A Court Of series changed my life. I hated him with a passion, and now I love him with every fiber of my being.
Meeko from Pocahontas: A book that had a plot twist that you did not see coming.
Nemesis had me on the edge of my seat for the first half of the novel, and by the time it was onto the second half I was reading it from the floor. The many plot twists throughout were all unique, all surprising, and all amazing. Here is a link to my review of this book.
Rajah from Aladdin/ Flounder from the Little Mermaid- Favorite best friends in a novel.
I love the story “A Little Princess” written by Frances Hodgson Burnett. I haven’t written a review on it yet because I have not reread it in ages, but I definitely plan to do so within the next month. In this book, the rich girl Sara helps the scullery maid Becky so that she can eat and have a friend in the dark and dreary boarding school. When she is then forced to become a maid, Becky is her best ally, as she teaches her how to work with the other difficult members of staff and how to survive the harsh working conditions. I do not think I would be able to find a better pair of friends anywhere.
Louis from The Princess and the Frog/ Sebastian from The Little Mermaid/ Cogsworth, Lumiere, Mrs. Potts, and Chip from Beauty and the Beast – A novel that made you want to sing its praises.
I think that the novel that I would want to sing the praises of would be Hunt or book 1 of the Freya Snow series. I cannot stress enough how amazing it was for L.C. Mawson to go to such lengths in her writing to make it diversified and include people from all walks of life. Here is my review of the book where I go into more detail.
Maximus from Tangled – A character that faces a lot of obstacles.
One character who faces a lot of obstacles is Mary from the novella Germination. She is a runaway whose parents abused her. If she were ever forced to go back home, she could become seriously injured or die, but it is also dangerous on the streets. She then gets attacked by a random crazed bloody man on the street, but cannot afford to be checked out by a doctor. She has gone through so much in her life, and now things are getting even more complicated. Here is a link to my review of this novella.
Hamish, Hubert, and Harris from Brave – Favorite family dynamics in a novel.
The crew from The Mortal Instruments has some very nice family dynamics. All of them are very close, no matter what happens, and for the most part they have all stuck together. Here are my reviews for the Mortal Instruments Series: Book 1 (for some reason this review has disappeared? Will be recreating later this weekend) Book 2 Book 3 Book 4 Book 5
Ray from the Princess and The Frog/ 3 Fairies from Sleeping Beauty – Book that most impacted your life.
This is my favorite cover for this book. I read this book a lot when I was younger after my mom showed me this version of the movie:
I loved the story. I loved the thought of a smart girl who loved to read getting to be the hero of her own life. I personally loved reading, and I felt that I could find a friend in Sara. If I hadn’t read this book, I might have been a lot less interested in reading in general.
Hei Hei from Moana – A character that steals the show.
Star from the Hate U Give. She was such a strong character throughout the whole novel, from seeing her best friend being shot dead in front of her, to witnessing the get out of class “protests” for him at her school. She stole the entire book for me. Here is my review for that book.
Gus and Jaq from Cinderella – Name your favorite or worst opposite attracts pairing.
Carter and Zia from The Kane Chronicles. Also Walt and Sadie. I don’t think that they ever really GOT TOGETHER got together in the series, but they might have as it has been about 5-6 years since I read the whole thing. However, I have read enough fanfiction to consider their flirtation throughout the series to be a completely real relationship.
I tag whoever hasn’t done this yet and loves Disney just as much as I do! My favorite disney movie was actually Little Mermaid 2 or Jungle Book 2 for a while. I have no idea why, but I just loved those movies, even though I don’t think they were ever in theaters.