1. Just Alice: What book cover(s) has made you super curious?
Recently? Twelve Impossible Things Before Breakfast by Jane Yolen. I've yet to read it, just checked it out from the library because 1) the title, 2) the cover, and 3) Jane Yolen, people! She wrote The Commander Toad children's series.
2. Mad Hatter: List the craziest character(s) you've ever read.
-Orma from Seraphina by Rachel Hartman (the delightful and charming kind of crazy)
-Giovanni from The Knight by Steven James (the literal and criminal kind of crazy)
3. Red Queen, Off With Your Head! What book have you felt like beheading?
Once when I was, like, fourteen I read one of those American Diaries books. I don't remember which one; it was about an immigrant family on a train. I was so angry at that book, I didn't finish it and still wanted to throw it out the window.
4. White Rabbit: What books or series have been insanely popular but you've been "late" to pick them up?
- The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
- The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins
- Allegiant by Veronica Roth (still need to 'review' it. . .)
5. Caterpillar: What's the most confusing book you've read?
I really can't recall one that was too confusing. More than likely though I didn't finish it.
6. Dormouse: What was the last book that sent you to sleep?
I tried to read something called Guitar Boy. No offense, by from the title, I kind of already knew it was a long shot. I never finished it.
7. Cheshire Cat: Book that made you laugh and smile?
Most recently, Abolished Impractically by Jack Lewis Baillot. I just finished it a few days ago. The characters are the best!
But also The Princess Bride by William Goldman and The Book Thief by Markus Zusak (there are happy parts, I promise)
8. Knave of Hearts: Most recent character who stole your heart?
First, I have to say both Tris and Tobias from Roth's Divergent trilogy will always have my heart, especially Tobias since I now better know how he thinks.
But recently, it would have to tie up between Singur (I know, I still call him that), Tony, and Isidore all from Abolished Impractically.
And Hans Huberman is the best in The Book Thief, sorry just had to add that. :)
9. Jabberwocky: Best villain you've read this year?
Let's skip the 'this year' part and just speak generally. Giovanni from Steven James' The Knight. If you like terrible villains or need pointers on how to write villains, read Steven James' thrillers. It's some pretty scary stuff.
10. Down the Rabbit Hole: What's the latest book/series/author that's completely swallowed your interest?
Veronica Roth's Divergent trilogy, of course! :) The books, not the movie. The movie was just- I really don't want to talk about it. But the books are amazing! Read them. You must!