I love Disney, and this tag has been sitting in my bookmarks for a while, so seems like the perfect time to get to it. I saw this over at ForBooksSake – an excellent blog which you really should check out.
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The Jungle Cruise: A Book Set Along the River
Fevre Dream by George R. R. Martin. It’s the first book that comes to mind when I think of books set along a river. I’ve actually read this one twice, and enjoyed it both times.
Pirates of the Caribbean: A Swashbuckling High Seas Adventure
Trying to find a book for this makes me think I need to read more Swashbuckling High Seas adventures! A book I do think of (well, duology) is All the Stars and Teeth by Adalyn Grace. I really liked both these books, and both are adventurous stories on the high seas.
Reviews: All the Stars and Teeth / All the Tides of Fate
The Haunted Mansion: A Book With An Eerie Vibe
I feel like there’s definitely an eerie vibe in the Fantasy Gothic novel The Death of Jane Lawrence by Caitlin Starling- largely because of the gothic nature of the book, and the house Jane finds herself in.
Review: The Death of Jane Lawrence
Thunder Mountain Railroad: A Thrill Ride From Start to Finish
Josie Jaffrey’s May Day – it’s a tightly packed, tense book with plenty of action to keep a reader hooked. I loved it.
Review: May Day
Splash Mountain: A Book Set in the Deep South
Interview with the Vampire by Anne Rice. Honestly I was going to try and find something different from my more recently read books, but I struggled. Maybe I need to read more books set in the deep south!
Cinderella Castle: A Book With A Castle
A Curse So Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer. I loved this book, and I loved the way Kemmerer made the castle setting feel really vivid and different, especially as the vast majority of the book is in the same place.
Review: A Curse So Dark and Lonely
Mad Tea Party: A Whimsical Book
Stardust, by Neil Gaiman. I absolutely love this book (and actually would like to reread it) and think it fits with ‘whimsical’. It’s a very entertaining book with a lot of surprises, anyway.
Matterhorn Bobsleds: A Trek Through the Mountains
I really can’t think of one, though I’m sure I must have read a few! Another one to add to the “type of books I need to read more of”, I think!
It’s a Small World: A World Inspired by Another Culture
We Hunt the Flame by Hafsah Faizal. I loved this, and the worldbuilding in it is just fantastic. If you like Fantasy, this is a must read.
Review: We Hunt the Flame
Space Mountain: A Fast Paced Space Opera
Got to be Seven Devils, by L. R. Lam and Elizabeth May. I don’t often read much sci-fi, but I know I prefer the action packed, space opera type stuff over more ‘hard’ sci-fi. And Seven Devils is definitely among my favourite books for the last few years.
As usual with book tags, I’ll tag – everyone! Just make sure you let me know if you do this one, so I can read your answers too.