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Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Lainey. You get a new topic every Wednesday, and you list your Top 5 books related to the particular topic.
Today’s Topic is: Favourite Chapter Headings
I honestly didn’t realize until doing this topic that I don’t really pay that much attention to chapter headings… like, hardy at all. So I had to go and do a bit of digging.
Chapter 14: “Like Trees in November”
This chapter title really sums up the mystery that surrounds Cowslip’s warren. The main group of rabbits are invited by a strange rabbit called Cowslip to join his warren. They are instantly perturbed, even though it seems like an idyllic place on the surface. This chapter really details how distant and standoffish these strange rabbits are. The unease is palpable.
Chapter 11: “A Knife in the Dark”
This chapter was very creepy and extremely atmospheric. I think it is definitely one of the best bits in The Fellowship of the Ring. I also remember watching the Ralph Bakshi animated version as a child and being thoroughly creeped out during this scene and also listening to the BBC radio adaptation (it was even scarier not having a visual on what was happening). The Peter Jackson film also does this part justice. The confrontation between Frodo and the Black Riders is just perfection.
Chapter 9: “Fat Suffices”
“Fitz fixes a feist’s fits, fat suffices”… and these words cement the start of a start of a beautiful friendship between my two most favourite characters ever – Fitz and The Fool. I love this pair (although they are not actually ‘a pair’ as such, as much as I would like them to be *pouts*).
Chapter 1: “Down the Rabbit Hole”
This one is pretty self-explanatory! I love Wonderland and this is where it all begins with a young, curious girl following a rabbit (with a waistcoat and a pocketwatch) down a rabbit hole into a bizarre and decadent world full of zany characters and strange creatures.
Chapter 15: “A Tempest in the School Teapot”
This chapter is where Anne and Gilbert first meet – enough said! But seriously, this book is full of magic and I loved it all when I first read it (many, many years ago) but this is the part that really stands out for me the most.