Tag | Wonderstruck Book Tag

I was tagged by the amazing Sara about a million years ago! School is finally coming to a slow-down, so I’m trying to do my catch-up game here!

Sara knows just how much I love me some Taylor Swift, so here we go!

  • Link back to the creator (Olivia)
  • Answer as many or as few of the questions as you’d like.
  • Feel free to use any of the graphics in this post. 
  • Tag however many people you’d like at the end!

I tend not read many books that “break my heart,” so I’m going to stray a little for this answer. Hamlet is probably my favorite Shakespeare play out of the right I had to read for university this semester. Hamlet’s character is just so easy to feel sorry for, and the inevitable doom he brings upon himself is just sad.

This book . . . goodness. This book does not get the credit it deserves! It is one of the most, if not the most, psychologically thrilling books I’ve ever read. This is a true, modern-day, literary masterpiece. You can read my review of it here.

To be honest, I wouldn’t care for *any* book to become a movie, because they always seem to mess everything up. But I feel that Ask the Passengers would be a great one — it’s light and coming-of-age. You can read my review here.


I believe this came out my first year in high school, and I just remember thinking of how beautiful it looked! (P.S. This is definitely one of my favorite Ellen Hopkins books, so if you can, check it out! It’s a quick read! She’s definitely an author I don’t see too much on WP!)

I’m going to have to take Sara’s answer for this one. This is one of the very few books I’ve re-read. And this is the ONLY book I’ve re-read more than once. A true masterpiece.

WHY IS NO ONE STILL READING THESE?!?! I was so obsessed with this trilogy when I was younger! Ugh! Sooooo underrated!

Still remains as one of the best fantasies I’ve ever read. The second I picked this up, I couldn’t put it down. Rothfuss manages to just bring you into his world and never let you go.

Refer to “Shake It Off.”

While there was never any defined “romance” in Renegades, I absolutly loved the tension between Nova and Adrian.

This could also fall under the category of “a book I still think about after reading it.” I just wasn’t expecting so much from this, as I’m usually let down by “hyped-up” books. But everything was just done so well in this — it dragged me through all of the emotions.

Eragon is the book that got me into fantasy. Unfortunately, I DNFd Eldest 150 pages in because it bored me to death.


I love tags and Taylor Swift! So, if you love those two things, consider yourself tagged!


What’s a book series where you loved the first book and hated the sequel? Let’s chat in the comments!

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