Book Tag Week: Types of Memes Book Tag

Book Tag Week!! 😀

And now I present the Types of Memes Book Tag. It was created by Icebreaker694. I would have included pics of the memes, but that’s too much to do and I’m feeling lazy so just pretend I included them, yah!

Grumpy Cat
A book you have negative feelings about

Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas

Celaena Sardothien sucks. She’s not a great assassin at all! I’ve only read the first 2 books of this series and they were both average. Because of what the story promised – the protagonist being a badass assassin, – I was disappointed by it. The protagonist doesn’t reach that level.

What If I Told You
A book you spoiled for yourself

Lol! Nearly all the books I’ve read.

The Stand by Stephen King

I recently read it and hated it. I got frustrated with the pace and the characters and decided to spoil myself on the ending to figure it all out quickly. It was disappointing. From all the hype, I expected it to be good. It was such a letdown.

It’s a post-apocalyptic novel in which a virus wipes out 99% of the human race. The 1% left is caught in a battle between good and evil represented by an old Black woman and a White dude dressed in all black who loves to laugh.

I Don’t Always
A book you don’t always like but when you’re reading it you do

Gilded Cage by Vic James

Probably Gilded Cage, the first in a YA series set in a modern England where the magically gifted rule over those without such abilities. I enjoyed the story while I was reading it, but I had a lot of issues with it and thought the world-building was a little weak.

‘60s Spiderman
A good classic or retro book that’ll never get old

The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien

I don’t think this fantasy classic will ever get old or less enjoyable. I love it for the characters and the adventure and love revisiting it every so often.

Just Little Things
A book that’s very relatable

Native Son by Richard Wright

A classic about a young Black man living in Chicago in the 1930s who kills a White woman by accident. The story touches on race relations and poverty and other social issues. It’s a good read and an important one and is very relatable to issues we are dealing with today — discrimination, stereotyping, police brutality, etc.

Demotivational
A book that you’ve seen almost everywhere

On the Come Up by Angie Thomas

A YA novel about hip-hop, I think. I keep seeing it around and I’m intrigued.

You Don’t Say
A predictable book

City of Saints & Thieves by Natalie C. Anderson

A YA novel set in Kenya that’s about a girl seeking revenge for her mom’s murder. It’s an okay read and is actually quite engaging, but I got annoyed by the plot and its predictability.

One Does Not Simply…Binge Read the Entire Book
A book you binge read

The Angel Stone by Juliet Dark

So last year I binged on the Fairwick Chronicles, a romance, fantasy trilogy about a woman who moves to upstate New York to work at a small college that turns out to be more than it seems. The story has some problems and is a little predictable, but I enjoyed it and was hooked.

Chemistry Cat
A book that taught you something new

Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors, and the Drug Company That Addicted America by Beth Macy

A nonfiction book I recently read about the opioid crisis. There’s much I learned from it that I didn’t know, such as the Sackler Family connection to Purdue Pharma and the opioid crisis. Yea, I wasn’t paying attention to the news so I’m like the last person to know of that connection.

Pet Memes
A book that’s just really adorable

Last Stop on the Reindeer Express by Maudie Powell-Tuck, illus. by Karl James Mountford

No idea what this book is about, but I bought it shortly after Christmas because I love the cover. It’s so adorable.

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Consider yourself tagged.

11 thoughts on “Book Tag Week: Types of Memes Book Tag

    1. It’s timeless.
      I attempted to watch the movie again couple days ago. It doesn’t work for me. The book will always be the best.
      LOTR, on the other hand, works better for me as a movie.

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  1. I’ve never read a Sarah J. Maas book and I really don’t have any desire to lol

    The Hobbit will never NOT be the best book ever lol I remember reading it for the first time at 14 years old and loving it ever since. Actually, I’m overdue for a re-read. I am going to give it a go via audiobook at some point.

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    1. That audiobook was a miss for me but many people like it. There are 2 of them I think. One with just one narrator and another with a full cast. I tried both and didn’t like either but I’m weird with audiobooks.

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