The Inside Out Tag | Book Tag

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I remember doing this tag years ago on my old blog, and recall it being a ton of fun to do!  I saw this tag by Kayla @ Kayla’s Book Nook and (being a huge fan of Inside Out!) couldn’t pass up the opportunity to do it myself.  Alright, let’s get to it!


A Book That Brings You Joy

Image result for joy inside outSince You’ve Been Gone by Morgan Matson.  I just finished this book an hour ago, and I adored it!  It’s such a great, feel-good book that’s perfect for putting anyone in a joyous mood.  There was a lot of hype surrounding this book, so I was slightly skeptical about it at first, but I can assure you it’s definitely worth your time. Matson’s writing is terrific, and felt really down-to earth.  Loved the relatable characters, cute romance, thrilling plot, and everything else! I certainly plan on reading more of Matson’s novels in the future.

A Book That Brings You Sadness

 Related imageThe Boy in the Striped Pajamas by John Boyne.  Yes, this is the cliché of depressing novels, but it absolutely lives up to its reputation.  This novel was beautifully composed and displayed such an intriguing take on the holocaust from an oblivious child’s perspective.  To be perfectly blunt, this story ripped my heart out and stomped on it, then shredded it into a million pieces.  Thank you Boyne, for ruining my life!

A Book That Makes You Angry

Image result for anger character inside outMatched  by Ally Condie.  Please pardon my anger, but this was one of the worst pieces of fiction I’ve ever had the misfortune to read in my entire existence.  The mere thought of this novel is already elevating my heartbeat … okay, not literally, but you see the picture.  For starters it’s a complete rip-off of The Giver, it lacked unique characters, fell into every cliché imaginable, was oversaturated with plot holes … do I need to continue?  In conclusion, I would never recommend this book to a single soul.

A Book That Disgusts You

Image result for disgust character inside outThe Blood of Olympus by Rick Riordan.  No book disgusts me more than Matched does, but I regretfully can’t use that as an answer to both questions, so alas, that leaves the incredibly disappointing conclusion to the Heroes of Olympus series.  I already had a few issues with these books, but this last one really tipped me over the edge.  It was such a predictable and cheap way to conclude the series.  I feel like Riordan was too scared about upsetting the fans to take any risks with this book.

A Book That Bring You Fear

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The Wrath and the Dawn by Renee Ahdieh.  I’ve never actually read a thriller or horror novel, but this book made me so scared for all the characters!  Ahdieh’s writing is so intense and truly drags you into the daunting world she created.  Of course, any logical person wouldn’t fear for any of these characters, but I feel for all of them on a personal level, real or not.  This was actually one of my favorite novels I read last year, and I’m really excited to read the sequel!


  I Tag:

Alysha @ Floral Reads
Anna @ My Bookish Dream
Arachnid Weaver @ The Web Weavers
Ashley @ Socially Awkward Bookworm
Bex @ Books with Bex
Bookish Owlette
Danielle @ Life of a Literary Nerd
Deanna @ A Novel Glimpse
Emily @ Books & Cleverness
Heather @ The Sassy Book Geek
Holly @ Nut Free Nerd
Jacqueline @ Blue Jay Books
Kristin @ Kristin Kraves Books
Krysta @ Pages Unbound
Liz @ Lost in Literature With Liz
Lois @ My Midnight Musing
Lorryn @ Reading Parental
Melanie @ MNBernard Books
Misty @ Misty’s Book Space
Nina @ The Cozy Pages
Norrie @ Reading Under the Blankie
The Orangutan Librarian
Sara @ Freadom Library
Vicky @ Books and Strips

And … YOU! I tag anyone who loves Inside Out or wants to partake in this tag!


What did you think of my answers?  Have you read any of these books?  What books made you feel these emotions?  Let me know in the comments!  Thanks for reading! ❤

Kelly

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34 thoughts on “The Inside Out Tag | Book Tag

  1. LOL, I know so many people who despise Matched. I liked it when I read it, but think I might DNF it if I read it today.

    Yes, The ending to The Blood of Olympus was disappointing. I gave it 4 stars at the time, but looking back at it, I felt like it could have been a much stronger book . . . and not just because of the lack of Percy. 🙂

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      1. Not sure what my least favorite book is… Actually, I just thought of it *shudders.* Better save it for the tag.

        I don’t know if I’d call it cliche. I felt like the ending was uncharacteristically happy, had a lack of resolution, and focused too much on some plot-lines while focusing too little on others.

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  2. I am hoping to finally read all of Morgan Matson’s books this year. I’ve been putting them off for some reason, which is crazy because she wrote a series (Broken Hearts & Revenge series) under the name Katie Finn and it’s one of my all-time favorite series! So I have a feeling I’ll love her books under her real name.

    This tag looks like so much fun, thanks for tagging me!

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  3. I’ve never seen the movie, but this post reminded me to watch it, aha. I love the way you have the characters photos too. I’ve got The Unexpected Everything on my tbr, waiting for me to crack it open, but alas, my heart is still in the Song-Covey girls’ world. I shall definitely get to it soon because Morgan Matson is such a great author. Great post!

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