Anyways, even if you haven't read Harry Potter, do read this post.
I found out about this marvelous tag from Feed Me Books Now one of my favorite blogs. Do check it out! Anyways...
Fixes damaged objectsA book that needs some serious fixing: The Mystery of Edwin Drood by Charles Dickens. It is true, that this book needs serious fixing. Why, you may ask. IT IS UNFINISHED!!!!!! So yeah, i need an ending...
Creates a narrow beam of lightA book that deserves more attention: Pathfinder by Orson Scott Card. This novel was pure brilliance... and then I discovered that no one else had even heard of it -_-
Counters the effects of LumosAn overhyped book: Um... I don't know... Ah ha! Eragon by Christopher Paolini. Don't get me long, I really liked the book, and definitely think the sequels deserve the hype... but everyone made this seem like a phenomenal mind-blowing book... and it really wasn't...
Summons an object from a significant distanceA book you’re anticipating: Visitors by Orson Scott Card. OH MY GREAT GATSBY, I CAN NOT WAIT!!!!!!!!!!!! This is the third book in The Pathfinder Series and... I am so excited, I WILL PRE-ORDER THIS BOOK. And I never pre-order.
Opens unlocked doors, unless bewitchedA book you want to be more open about: War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy. This looks like brain-hurting kind of book, and looks like it would be dreadfully dull, but it is a classic...
Conjures an incarnation of positive feelingsA book that made you cry, or at least want to: The Fault In Our Stars by John Green. Bloglings, I am getting teary eyed thinking about this book... It is so emotional and amazing and THE BEST BOOK EVER *cough* Yeah...
Conjures the Dark MarkA book you wish to mark as one of your favorites: *cough* TFIOS *cough*
Um, I'd say Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein. Because it is genius and heart-breaking and well-written and did I say genius. And the author excepted my friend request on Goodreads! *claps hands*
Petrifies victimA book you wish to keep forever: *cough* TFIOS *cough*
Erm... The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. Beautiful writing, brilliant story, and ultimately unforgettable.
Used against a boggartA book with a deceiving synopsis: The Neverending Story by Michael Ende. The synopsis makes it sound enchanting and surprising... it wasn't -_-
Shoots fireballsA book you wish to burn out of your mind completely: The Golden Acorn by Catherine Cooper. Ew. Ew. Ew. The one book which I have never finished, this was horribly written, filled with cliches, et cetera, et cetera,
Levitates objectsA book you wish to reread: Again... The Fault In Our Stars by John Green. This book is Just. So. Amazing. Please. Please. Read. It.
Causes instant deathWorst book EVER: So, um, I'm going to toss out a book out I haven't read so it's kinda mean for me to say this but... Twilight by Stephenie Meyer. Um, yeah... explanation not necessary.
Puts victim in unconscious stateA book with a chapter you couldn’t seem to get over: *cough* TFIOS *cough* No, but really,...
Allegiant by Veronica Roth. *shudders* *sobs* it hurt...
Causes befuddlement or forgetfulnessA book that generally confused you: Ruins by Orson Scott Card. In a good way, though! Everything was just so complex.
Inflicts unbearable painA book that was a pain to read: Modern Times by Paul Johnson. Oh yes, let's change this cursed thing to is a pain to read.
Heals relatively minor injuriesA feel good book that you enjoyed: Um, I don't read feel-good books... unless Harry Potter counts... because HARRY POTTER IS THE BEST!!!!
Impedes target’s progressA book that kept you up all night reading: The Boy In The Striped Pajamas by John Boyne... it also kept me up crying.
Immediate silencingA book that left you speechless after you read it: The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken. Other than me softly crying, I was speechless at the awesomeness of this book.
Allows you to delve into someone’s mindA book with well-developed characters: *hush, I have only copied 2 books from your answers so far* The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness. It was so good, and so, so sad :( Manchee *sniff*
A spell that turns you upside downA book that changed your mind about a character from its prequel: Harry Potter 2 because, I went from disliking Vernon Dursley to despising Vernon Dursley.
Used to hide memoriesA book with a story you can’t remember: The Princess and the Goblin by George Macdonald... something about goblins, an old lady and a dove and Curdie... um yeah, re-read...
Useless spellA boring book that had absolutely no effect on you: The Land of Little Rain by Mary Austin. Boring. And boring. And boring. That's about what I got from the book.
Breaks through solid objectsA book that convinced you to reconsider a certain genre: Cinder by Marissa Meyer. I now love fairy tale retellings!
Tickling spellA book that made you laugh: Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer. I am currently reading this one, and I thought it was plain hilarious... I don't really know why.
Offensive spell that violently wounds the targetA book that may have scarred you for life: The Fault In Our Stars by John Green. EMOTIONALLY TRAUMATIZED.
Makes you dance uncontrollablyA series finale that made you feel giddy: Harry Potter 7. I don't even need an explanation here.
Causes an explosion that breaks through obstaclesA book that made you explode with the feels: The Fault In Our Stars by John Green. I'm crying again.
Nullifies other spellsA book you thought you’d dislike, but ended up loving: Kon Tiki by Thor Heyerdahl. I don't really like non-fiction but this was one was super interesting :)
PHEW, THAT TOOK FOREVER!!!!
Now let me leave you with some photos I took recently:
Cute little mousie...
Talk to you all later! Please do comment!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)