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Meme Book Tag

So I discovered that there is a Meme Book Tag so obviously I have to do it. This was created by two booktubers, Dylan and Saajid and I have linked both of their channels so check them out! Let's get started...

1. Crying Kim Kardashian- A book that made you cry

Off to a good start. No book has ever made me cry. I guess I just have a heart of steel.

2. Salt Bae- A book that needed a little something more

One of Us is LyingOne of Us Is Lying is the book that comes to mind. I DNFed the book so it needed something more. It was just a little cliched and I wanted more of something in those 100 pages.






3. Guy thinking- A book that made you think

I really loved Bygone, Badass Broads. It really made me think about how we really don't see women spoke about in history and how we need more. 





Throne of Glass (Throne of Glass, #1)4. Confused guy- A book whose hype you don't understand 

I don't really understand the hype of One of Us is Lying but I won't say that again. I guess kind of the Throne of Glass series as I only really liked Crown of Midnight but I don't really want to continue so... 



To All the Boys I've Loved Before (To All the Boys I've Loved Before, #1)5. Evil Patrick- A guilty pleasure read
To All the Boys I Loved Before. I just really liked it though...


6. Meryl Streep- A book that you're always hyping up

Radio Silence by Alice Oseman- I love this book so much!!!!




Image result for pride & prejudice book7. Successful baby- A book that you felt accomplished after reading

Pride & Prejudice- It took me so long to read and I didn't even like it!




Pretty Deadly, Vol. 1: The Shrike8. Pennywise- A book with a promising concept but ultimately let you down 

Pretty Deadly Volume 1- the artwork for this is really great but the story did just let me down 




Image result for harry potter book cover9. Headphones guy- An audiobook that 
you enjoyed.

I am not a massive audiobook reader but I have listened to the Harry Potter audiobook and I really love them. 





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10. Distracted guy- Two books, one you've been neglecting on your TBR for a long time and a new one that's distracting your interest


I really want to read Leah On The Off Beat as a new book and a book that I have on my TBR for ages is Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman. 



Image result for carry on rainbow rowell11. Cash me outside girl- A book that tried to be something that it's not

Carry On by Rainbow Rowell. I just didn't like this one as much as I thought I would 




12- Dog in fire- How many unread books do you own?

I have around 100 physical books I think. It's not too bad!


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13. Doge- An old favourite 

The Hunger Games- I love this series






I am not going to tag anyone as I thought that it was a bit of fun but if you want to do it feel free.

What is your favourite meme?

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