Netflix Book Tag


Hey, everyone! This tag seemed like a great idea for me because tv shows + books is such an amazing combination. Let’s start with the questions!


1. Recently watched –  What is the last book you finished?


I’m in a reading slump and I’ve been reading very slowly because of dread of college starting. I finished this one last week and it was amazing. I rated it 5 stars and you can find my review here.

2. Top picks – Books recommend to you based on another you’d read.



Everyone’s been recommending Cinder to me and those recommendations were based on amazing books like Six of Crows or A Darker Shade of Magic.


3. Recently added – Last book you’ve bought


I’ve bought this because Markus Zusak broke my heart with Book Thief and you know, I’m a sucker for pain. That’s just who I am.


4. Popular on Netflix – List 2 books you have read and 2 that you have not that are hyped.





I’ve read both The Winner’s Curse (actually the whole trilogy and it’s an all-time favourite of mine) and The Hating Game (that got 4 stars from me), but I haven’t read Falling Kingdoms and Wonder Woman Warbringer yet.


5. Comedies – A funny book


The Percy Jackson series is the perfect definition of funny, I don’t think a book gets funnier than this. So much banter, so much sarcasm in deadly situations, I adore this series.

6. Drama – Character that is a drama king or queen


Catherine can take the cake for the bigget drama queen in literature, really. That part where she runs away and stays outside until she gets pneumonia because Heathcliff said god know what, screams drama queen.


7. Cartoons – A book with a cartoon on the cover


I think this one counts as having a cartoon on the cover! It was amazing and you should definitely check it out!

8. Watch again – A series/book you want to read again


I really want to re-read Saga because I’ve forgotten so many things about this comic collection and if I want to continue to read this comic collection, a reread is very much needed.

9. Documentaries – A non fiction you’d recommend to all.






Creatures of a Day is more of a psychology-related book (I’m a psychology major), but I think anyone can enjoy it because the writing is very accessible and there are tales from Yalom’s psychotherapy sessions. Bad Girls Throughout History is a feminism book, it’s about awesome ladies that changed history! Read it!

10. Action & Adventure – An action packed book


I don’t think this book needs an introduction, therefore I won’t give it one.


11. New Releases – What is a new release you’re excited about.


This sounds pretty badass, I adore the Grisha world and maybe this book will help me feel better about not having enough motivation to finish the actual Grisha trilogy.


The tag was originally created by A Darker Shade of Whitney on Youtube. And I want to tag the following people :

11 thoughts on “Netflix Book Tag

  1. windowsillbooksblog says:

    This such an awesome tag! We loved your answers! You should definitely read Falling Kingdoms and Cinder! They are so good! Two of our favorite reads<3 And we are so glad you liked Caraval! We really enjoyed it ourselves 🙂

    -Ash & Lo

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  2. Emma's Library says:

    I agree with you about Catherine from Wuthering Heights. Both Catherines/Cathys (I forget which one is which) are drama queens! The one scene I always think of when the first Catherine is trying to die and complains about the pigeon feather! I think her over-dramatic nature is one of the reasons why I personally cannot stand this book.

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