I was tagged by Aspen at Texas Rebel Girl for the Chocolate Book Tag. Thanks, dear!
Let's get started=D
Dark Chocolate (a book that covers a dark topic):
I'd have to say the Children of Hurin...seeing how there's 'dark' magic, 'dark' elves, and 'dark' sources.
But I would recommend this book if you like Tolkien's writings.
White Chocolate (a light and humorous read):
The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins. This book has always been one of my childhood favorites:)
Milk Chocolate (a book with a lot of hype that you're dying to read):
Rise of the Fallen
the second book to Chuck Black's new series
Caramel-filled Chocolate (a book that makes you feel gooey inside):
I'd have to say LOTR. Not really gooey I guess, but more exciting. I just love watching the movies and than reading the books and being able to point out the parts that were in the movies.
Wafer-less Kit-Kat (a book that surprised you):
I guess the ending kind of surprised me when I first read it. There were certain characters who just kind of *BOOM* died.
Snickers (a book you're going nuts about):
The Ransom! This book is soon going to be published by Megan J. Mckeel and I can't wait to have my own copy=D
Hot Chocolate with Mimi Marshmallows (a book you turn to for comfort):
Well, besides the Bible, I normally turn to The Ransom, the same book mentioned above, the Interlock, and the Extremity. The last two books I mentioned are the last two books in Megan's trilogy. I guess I like turning to her books for comfort knowing that she is sharing the gospel in her writing:)
A Box of Chocolate (a series you feel has something for everyone):
Anything by Chuck Black for example, The Kingdom Series, The Knights of Arrethtrae, and Cloak of the Light
Lily(my big sister;)
Have fun answerin'=D
If you weren't nominated and you'd like to give your opinions of books you can put your answers in a comment on my blog:)