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The Netflix Book Tag

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Hello everyone!

I haven’t done a book tag in so long, but I found this one over at Heir of Glitter so I decided to do it. If you want to read her post you can click here.

You all know how much I love Netflix, and if you don’t know well, here’s a good example: I watched The Defenders and Atypical last Saturday. Yes, both seasons in ONE day. Lol.

Without further ado, let’s get into the tag.

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1. Popular on Netflix: books everyone knows about.



Of course I’m going to say the Throne of Glass series by the amazing Sarah J. Maas. I have other options for this one such as The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare, Percy Jackson by Rick Riordan, Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling and more. I decided to mention the Throne of Glass series because it has become one of my favorite book series of all times, and I adore every single character. Go and read it if you haven’t already.


2. Comedies: a funny book.



I’m choosing To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han not because it’s a you-can’t-stop-laughing king of book, but because there’s one character that made me laughed every time she said something. Yes Kitty, I’m talking about you.




3. Dramas: a character who’s a drama queen/king.


Even though I loved Hush Hush (yes, I know that’s an unpopular opinion), the main character was/is the biggest drama queen in YA books.


4. Animated: a book with cartoons on the cover.



I’ll go with Nimona by Noelle Stevenson. This graphic novel is and has a little bit of everything; funny, sad, weird, and amazing parts. In other words, it’s hilarious.




5. Watch it again: a book/series you want to reread.



Of course, The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare. A few months ago I re-read (well, I listened to the audiobook but it’s the same thing, right?) the first book and I loved it even more if it’s possible so, I cannot wait to re-read the rest of the series.



6. Documentaries: a non-fiction book you recommend.



In the Country We Love by Diane Guerrero because it’s amazing. I’m really interested in immigration, and how people overcome their problems. Diane Guerrero’s book and real story inspired me to achieve everything I desire.




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There you have it!

I forgot how fun is to do book tags. Let me know in the comments your answers for this questions, or share the link with me if you have done this tag before. Also, if you have any book tags recommendations don’t be shy and tell me, I would love to do them.

Thank you so much for reading. Until next time, xoxo.


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