–Have fun with this! I used mythological creatures in my post, but you are free to use any monsters or beasties you’d like!
–Be sure to put a link to each artwork in your post somewhere, so the artists get recognition.
–You don’t HAVE to state why you picked each pair, but I’d love to know your reasons (if you have any)!
–Tag people at the end or don’t, it’s up to you! Though I’d love if you did, to keep this tag going.
–Make sure you link back to Betwixt these Pages, so I can see your posts!
PHOENIX | The Song of the Lioness Quartet by Tamora Pierce
The immortal bird that is cyclically reborn. The books that I reread every two years, and are just as magical as the first time. This is a series that’ll stay close to my heart for many more years down the road.
MINOTAUR | A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin
Because just like the labyrinth it’s associated with, it can be confusing and takes patience to get through.
PEGASUS | Time of the Eagle by Sherryl Jordan
Magical and breathtaking in so many ways… This book still haunts me seven years later. It’s a good thing that this book tag reminded me of it because now I really want to read it again and buy it and maybe have a good cry. 😛
ANGEL | The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson
I’m obviously still on a high from this book (let’s be real, it’s hard not to be). The Way of Kings and it’s characters makes me want to be a better person. Like I should be out there saving the world and helping people.
CHIMERA | Zeroes by Scott Westerfeld, Margo Lanagan, and Deborah Biancotti
Perhaps one is better than three. As much as I love superheroes, this much-anticipated collaboration fell a little flat for me and I never ended up finishing it. Maybe I should give it another chance…
There you have it! Book Monster tag done and dusted. I tag anyone who wants to have a go at it. 🙂