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Friday in Review: YA Books as Hogwarts Houses

Happy Friday! Hallelujah for that! This week has been physically and mentally exhausting for me. I was up and out the door by 7:45 every morning and didn't get back till almost 4 every evening since I've been helping with the huge VBS camp thing my church does. There were fun moments and sweet times getting to watch the littlest ones and honestly it reminded me how much I missed when my little brothers were, well, littler and liked to snuggle and had loveys and all that fun stuff. But... I am so tired. Hence the small, simple post today. I wanted to put something bookish up today but I definitely do not have the mental capacity to write a book review. So instead, I give you my sorting of YA books as Hogwarts Houses. Please don't judge my sorting skills. I'm doing this while being super tired and possibly not thinking totally straight. But if anything I hope this post is fun and makes you smile. Let me know in the comments what books you would sort into each house.

Slytherin: For some reason this one seems easiest for me. I guess I read a lot of slytherin books? #slytherpuffproblems 

The Cruel Prince by Holly Black for sure 



Vicious and Vengeful by V. E. Schwab  (or you know, pretty much anything Victoria Schwab writes cus her and her books are as Slytherin as they come) 


Hufflepuff Weirdly enough this one was hard for me even though I am Hufflepuff. But like I said, I read a lot of Slytherin-ish books. But I chose these for their deep meanings and beautiful, hopeful themes. 

Fawkes Nadine Brandes 



Caraval by Stephanie Garber 



Ravenclaw This one was also rather easy... I chose these for their complex plots. The Gilded Wolves especially with its complicated plot and booksmart, super smart in general characters 


The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi 


Stain by A. G. Howard 


Gryffindor and no surprise here, I don't read a whole lot of Gryffindor-ish books so if you think these are totally wrong let me know and recommend some epic books for epic Gryffindors. I chose these for their action filled plots and brave, courageous MC's 


The Hunger Games Suzanne Collins 


The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer 

Sooo yeah, let me know how I did in the comments and feel free to sort some YA books too. I'd love to hear what books you would sort into each house. Have a great weekend everyone. I will be spending this weekend recuperating, writing and reading and resting.

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  1. Ah, what a fun idea! I love the gryffindor books ;)

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    1. Thanks! It was a fun, quick little post to do! :)

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  2. Whoa! This is such an awesome idea! My color oriented mind just wants to match each color to the correct Hogwarts houses, but those do not make sense. Great picks for each one! I've only read The Lunar Chronicles, but I agree, it is definitely Gryffindor. :)

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    1. Thank you! I love that idea actually. I'll have to save that away for a later post color coordinate the books by house. Glad you think I did a good job matching books and houses, I was worried I would get some of them wrong haha

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  3. This was really interesting! Most of these books I haven't read, so I honestly can't say if they're accurate or not.
    But this list certainly gives me some ideas for more books to read!

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