2. Cinderella (character who goes through a major transformation)
3. Snow White (a book with an eclectic cast of characters)
The Blood of Olympus. Every single one of the characters is fantastic, with their own unique backstories, motives, and superpowers. As a team, they kick ass. I also love how in this series even the more minor characters have development and their own stories and adventures. There is a character for everyone in this series.
4. Sleeping Beauty (book that put you to sleep)
5. The Lion King (character who had something traumatic happen to them in childhood)
6. Beauty and the Beast (beast of a book (a big book) that you were intimidated by)
A Clash of Kings and A Storm of Swords). When I started the series I was a little put off by the size of the novels, but now I'm on the fourth one! These books stretch hundreds of pages, so each one is a serious investment.
7. Aladdin (character who gets their wish granted, for better or worse)
8. Up (book that you went in not knowing a lot about)
We Were Liars, a book I went into knowing almost nothing about. I knew it was a book about an island during the summer, and that was it. I stand by the belief that this is a novel to go into knowing as little about as possible.
9. Frozen (favorite book siblings)
10. Disney Descendants - your favorite villain or morally ambiguous character
My favorite villain has to be Umbridge from Harry Potter (and I know I already used Harry Potter for siblings, but bear with me). I have never loved to hate a character as much as her. She can be lined up with all the murders and traitors that fill the pages of her series, and I will always say I hate her the most (with the most affection possible).
Sorry I haven't posted in so long. I'll try to update more regularly. Happy 4th of July!