Yay, this month is a special month for BionicBookWorms’ weekly meme Top Five Tuesday, because it’s Harry Potter themed! Every week we’re listing books for a different Hogwarts house, and we’re starting with my house, Gryffindor 😀 So let’s get into it!
- Uprooted by Naomi Novik
A book about a super brave, smart and idealistic young woman who survives in very difficult circumstances and does what everyone thought to be impossible. Really cool fantasy story as well 🙂
- The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss
All right, Kvothe COULD be Ravenclaw, but I put him here because he’s also such a brave little idiot who does stuff before he thinks and is super honest and passionate and idealistic.
- The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
Katniss is super brave and resourceful, even when she’s really afraid, trying to do what’s right in a society that’s everything but right or fair!
- The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien
All right, this one is a little hard to categorize, but I do think Bilbo is a Gryffindor and the story is certainly very Gryffindor-esque, with its dragons and mountains and trolls!!
- War for the Oaks by Emma Bull
You might not know this book, but it’s a really cool urban fantasy about a woman who plays in a band and is really good at her music and so attracts the attention of the faeries, who’re having a war and want to use her as a pawn! It’s a really cool story about a super brave woman, and there’s a motorcycle, need I say more?
This was a lot more difficult than I’d thought it’d be :’D hope you enjoyed it though!