Have you ever found yourself acting like a favorite character in a novel? If so, which one?
Well, in my imagination, I do this all the time, of course. I love to picture myself in different scenarios from my favourite stories. However, I assume you mean more in a real-life kind of way, and in that case, no, I can't think of any times I've done so.
The tide was low and the boats not yet in the water, and so I walked, shivering, into the sea.
From page 56:
Soon, he'd said, I would be able to see dolphins and whales, great fierce creatures that grew horns from their heads and thirsted for the blood of sailors.
My Current Read
Kaitlyn Sage Patterson
In the Alskad Empire, nearly all are born with a twin, two halves to form one whole…yet some face the world alone.
A rare few are singleborn in each generation, and therefore given the right to rule by the gods and goddesses. Bo Trousillion is one of these few, born into the royal line and destined to rule. Though he has been chosen to succeed his great-aunt, Queen Runa, as the leader of the Alskad Empire, Bo has never felt equal to the grand future before him.
When one twin dies, the other usually follows, unable to face the world without their other half. Those who survive are considered diminished, doomed to succumb to the violent grief that inevitably destroys everyone whose twin has died. Such is the fate of Vi Abernathy, whose twin sister died in infancy. Raised by the anchorites of the temple after her family cast her off, Vi has spent her whole life scheming for a way to escape and live out what’s left of her life in peace.
As their sixteenth birthdays approach, Bo and Vi face very different futures — one a life of luxury as the heir to the throne, the other years of backbreaking work as a temple servant. But a long-held secret and the fate of the empire are destined to bring them together in a way they never could have imagined.