Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Bookish Identity Tag!

Saw this tag at A Day In Bookland. I love doing tags, so here I am again, doing a tag I wasn't tagged to do. 

1. Which dystopian world would you live in?
      Hard to say. None of them sound particularly fun to live in. But if I really had to choose, maybe Across the Universe. Space terrifies me beyond all reason, but living in space still sounds really interesting to me.

2. Would you be a Downworlder or a Nephilim? (from The Mortal Instruments)
      Hmm... either one would be awesome, and with being a Downworlder I have the choice of being a Warlock, a Werewolf, a Vampire, or a Faerie. I really have no idea, all I know is that I don't want to be a Vampire, or a Faerie. I guess I'd want to be a Warlock Downworlder, that way I can be BFF's with Magnus forever.

3. Who would your partner be?
      In what context? Romantic, or otherwise? I'll just go with one that leans more toward friendship, and I choose Simon Lewis. We can be awesome nerds together.

4.Who would your godly mother or father be? (From Percy Jackson)
     I don't know enough about those books to choose. I think I'm the only human that's read the series and didn't really like the books. I do however know a decent amount of actual Greek mythology, so I think I'd want my godly parent to be Artemis.

5. Which house would you be from (in Harry Potter)?
      According to Pottermore Im in Ravenclaw... but I know that Im actually a Hufflepuff. 

6. Which faction would you be from (in Divergent)?
      Factionless. All the factions are just filled with terrible people.

7. What would your daemon be? (From  Nothern Lights/Golden Compass)
      I actually haven't read these books, but I did see the movie. I don't know what determines what a person's daemon looks like. I imagine it's similar to why a person's Patronus looks the way it does. But I really do love Otters, so I'll just say that mine will be an Otter. A river otter.


  1. A fun tag I could see why you wanted to do it.

    The first question is so hard, at least for me, I do not think I would want to live in any of the places I read about.

    I could totally see you in Hufflepuff.

    1. You just have to pick one that sounds the least terrible.
      Sadly, nobody wants to be Hufflepuff. They want to be in Gryfindor or Slytherin.

  2. I guess I pick the one where I think I would die the least painful way because I would end up dying unless I was one of those girls who had a guy to save me every time I got into trouble.

    Hufflepuff is awesome though. I liked the Hufflepuff code and the students in Hufflepuff. I would not complain if I was sorted in Hufflepuff but Pottermore always puts me in Ravenclaw.

    1. Oh, I would certainly die in any and all Dystopian situations. I have the agility of a dead moose.

      Well you can always choose Hufflepuff. :) One thing that I didn't really like about the Harry Potter series, was that it was all about Slytherin and Gryffindor. Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff were completely ignored. I want JK Rowling to write a book about the founding of Hogwarts, and why exactly Slytherin and Gryffindor had a falling out. I think that would be really interesting.