School Subjects Book Tag

I found this book tag over at Mandy’s blog, Book Princess Reviews, check out her post here!

Math- A book that left your head spinning in circles

Dark Matter by Blake Crouch, but in a good way! Crouch wrote this book so well even though it could have been disastrous.

English- A book you think has beautiful written expression

Definitely A Madness So Discreet by Mindy McGinnis. The writing of that book made it 10x’s better than what I expected.

Physics- Your favorite scientifically minded character from a book or film

Watney from The Martian 100%. Weir did a great job with Watney’s character and all of the scientific information in that book.

Chemistry- Your favorite literary couple?

I’m gonna go Feyre and Rhysand. I haven’t used a Maas reference in forever, sue me!

Biology- Your favorite book/series/film character

This is not a fair question! I seriously have favorite characters from every book that I read and they are all something different to me. Blue from The Raven Boys really stands out to me though…

French- Your favorite foreign book/film/program

Um, I don’t read too many foreign books, but a book set in a foreign land that I loved was A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini. It was a high school read that really left an impression on me, based in Afghanistan.

Art- Have you ever judged a book by its cover, even if you weren’t meant to?!

Always and forever since I refuse to read synopses now. 🙂 I think my most recent one is And I Darken because I absolutely love that beautiful cover!

History- The last historical book you read

I got nothing for this one… 😦 Any suggestions for a great historical fiction book?

Geography- A literary destination you would really like to visit (real or fictional)


Drama- a book you think has a lot of overdramatic hype

All the Bright Places. That book didn’t offer anything good for me and I was super sad about that because of all the hype it had.

What was your favorite subject in school? This was a fun book tag and if you liked reading my answers feel free to take part yourself! Are any of my answers the same to what you were thinking???

Let me know!



13 thoughts on “School Subjects Book Tag

  1. The Ship of Brides by Jojo Moyes is a fairly interesting historical fiction choice. The Help by Kathryn Stockett is great. The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer is good. 11/22/63 by Stephen King is fabulous.

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  2. For historical fiction (one of my all-time favorite genres): The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne, Number The Stars by Lois Lowry, The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead, and any of the Dear America / My Name is America / The Royal Diaries books.

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  3. Thanks so much for the shoutout! And I think it’s so intriguing how you base your books based on the cover. It really does have an impact on what you read and before I never would have been able to do it just based on that but I kind of like the idea of going in and not knowing what you’re going to read and feel that excitement. Does it ever work out bad for you? Your tag was so much fun to read and thanks again! 🙂


  4. What a fun book tag! I liked you answers. The book you chose under French I would have picked as well – A Thousand Splendid Suns is a great book. Under the History section I would recommend Kindred by Octavia Butler. It’s science fiction but with a historical setting – it was a school read that I was surprised I enjoyed so much. Also, I love how your blog looks – I always view your posts in Reader so I don’t think I really got a good look at it when I first followed you. And my favorite subjects (’cause I can’t choose one) were English, History, and Physical Education.

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