I love Netflix and I love books. Why not do the Netflix Book Tag then?
#1 Recently watched: The book you most recently read
The last book I read was My Plain Jane FIVE days ago. I feel bad. But I just had so much on my plate I couldn’t make myself run to the bookstore to buy a new book. Yesterday I finally did, though. Back to the books.
#2 Top Picks: A book recommended to you based on another book you’ve read
Just because I love Leigh Bardugo and Victoria Aveyard. And yes, The Cruel Prince was indeed fantastic.
#3 Recently Added: The book you most recently bought
A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin. And after reading a little bit more today, let’s just say I need more time to figure out my stand on this book series.
#4 Popular on Netflix: One book that you haven’t read that everyone has been talking about
Yes, Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi has been on my TBR list forever now and I really must read it and I feel bad, but I DON’T HAVE TIME TO READ ALL THE BOOKS ON MY TBR LIST! But I do really want to read it. I mean it.
#5 Comedies: A funny book
There is not a book in history more funny than My Lady Jane. Seriously, it’s breathtaking.
#6 Dramas: A character that is a total drama king or queen
Tiny, I am talking to you.
#7 Watch again: A book or series you want to read again
When is there ever not time to read Leigh Bardugo’s masterpiece Six of Crows?
#8 Documentaries: A non-fiction book that you would recommend to everyone
You can’t really RECOMMEND this book to people as it is just important to know the world’s tragedies and its sad history.
#9 Action & Adventure: An action packed book
Once again, why not go with this masterpiece?
#10 New releases: A new release or soon-to-be-released book that you’re excited about
I’m most excited to finally read the end of Julian’s and Emma’s and the shadowhunter’s history in The Queen of Air and Darkness by Cassandra Clare.