Hmm...this is real tough one, because that means I have to choose just one book! Just one?? I think to be honest, Heir to The Empire, because I LOVE Star Wars, and I fell in love with this book as a young tween. Also, Mara Jade is a badass bitch that doesn't take shit from anyone, especially Luke Skywalker, so I would love to meet her. Too bad, the new Star Wars Canon says she doesn't exist, but to me she always will.
A Bugs Life — A character who goes through a transformation.
This one is easy, Tithe. This is a literal transformation, but I am always recommending this one. I love it so much.
Up — A book that quickly made you become emotionally invested.
The Handmaid's Tale. It made me feel so many different emotions. I have an extreme love/hate relationship with this book. I think it has a good message and what is has to say is really freaking important, but that makes me both systematically angry and sad for our society. Especially, considering the current state of my country.
Finding Nemo — “P. Sherman, 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney” A book that has an address or quote that’s burned into your memory forever.
Hm...I think I might need to pass on this one too. I'm not much for quotes, and I don't think I really pay that much attention to addresses in books. Haha, I guess I'm not that good of a reader.
The Incredibles — Coolest Book Family.
Alanna & Marko's family from Saga. That book is really just a family soap opera so much of it is about how a family survives and suffers, but I love how much Alanna and Marko will sacrifice for their daughter. I like that it is also shows them royally fucking up too. I like that it shows that being a parent is hard, and that these two are NOT perfect. Like at all!
Monsters Inc. — A strong character develops a soft side for someone.
Ooh, definitely Sybella from Dark Triumph. She is a hard character to like (Re: bitch) but that's why I liked her so much. She did not give a crap what people thought of her, but she did like Beast. I loved those two.
Cars 1, 2, 3 — A book that keeps getting sequels you feel are not needed.
PRETTY LITTLE LIARS!! I think the show is still going on, but I stopped watching a long time ago. I think this is finally over (16 books total) but originally it was supposed to end at book 8. That was a good ending, but then she started writing more and they just got to be too much for me.
Ratatouille — A book featuring a non-human/humanoid.
Matthias in Redwall.
Brave — Name a book with a strong mother/daughter relationship.
Oh this is easy, Mia and her mom in The Princess Diaries.
Inside Out — Name a book that could be one of your core memories.
I think my last answer is the same answer for this one. But I think I'm going to go with Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson. Mostly because I got to meet her shortly after I read that, and now she lives the next town over from me.
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Happy Reads Everyone!