The Netflix Book Tag

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Netflix Book Tag

The Netflix Book Tag was originally created as a YouTube tag by Whitney @ A Darker Shade of Whitney and then it was converted to a blog tag by Heather @ The Frozen Book Blog.  I was tagged by Zoe @ Zoe’s Library.  I don’t watch a lot of book YouTube so I can’t speak about Whitney’s blog, but Zoe and Heather have great blogs and you should go check them out!!!!

Recently Watched – The last book you finished reading.

Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes

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Top Picks – A book/books that have been recommended to you based on book you have previously read.

The Disasters by M.K. England

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This was recommended because I like Guardian’s of the Galaxy and Thor: Ragnarok (which I know are movies, but this is my most recent read based on “If you liked X then you will like Y”)

Recently Added – The last book you bought

Rebel Spring by Morgan Rhodes

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Popular on Netflix – Books that everyone knows about. (Two You’ve Read & Two You Have No Interest In)

Read:

Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson

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The Princess and the Fangirl by Ashley Poston

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No Interest in:

It by Stephen King

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The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

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Comedies – A funny book

Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman

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Dramas – A character who is a drama queen/king.

Cardan from The Cruel Prince by Holly Black

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Not only is Cardan a total drama king, he is also a literal king!

Animated – A book with cartoons on the cover

Nimona by Noelle Stevenson

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Watch it again – A book/book series that you want to re-read

The Night Angel Trilogy by Brent Week

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Documentaries – A non-fiction book you’d recommend to everyone

Austentatious by Holly Luetkenhaus and Zoe Weinstein

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I would recommend this to any Jane Austen lover!

Action and Adventure – An action packed book

Second Hand Curses by Drew Hayes

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New Releases – A book that just came out or will be coming out soon that you can’t wait to read.

The Girl the Sea Gave Back by Adrienne Young

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I Tag:

As always, don’t feel obligated to participate!  But if you do, let me know so I can check out your answers!

29 comments

      1. Maybe it differs on what people find hard to read. For me I find Dickens and Tolkien hard to get through, but Jane Austen is fine (even though much of her language is close to Dickens). I didn’t have an issue with the one Phillipa Gregory book I read either. I’d say if you ever try Atwood and you can do audiobooks, try it in audio (that usually helps me with things I find ‘tough’ to read. Her prose and use of language is pretty ‘down to earth’ so it was an easier read in that respect. I think she’s literary more for her themes than her style, if that makes sense. 🙂

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      2. That makes total sense!! And I appreciate the audiobook recommendation 😀 Even with Austen, I loved Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility but for some reason I could not get through Emma. I tried it 3 or 4 times and just never finished it. I eventually tried the audiobook and it helped a lot and I finally finished it haha

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