School Subjects Book Tag

I would love to thank the wonderful Evy @ Evyreadsbooksblog for tagging me in this fun and exciting book tag! It totally brought me back to high school…which okay, wasn’t that super great but it’s so much better looking back at it now instead of being in it, right? Anyhooooo, check out Evy’s fantastic post here and let’s get started! And the tag was actually created by notsomoderngirl, so check out her post here as well!

Math- A book that left your head spinning in circles

Credits to Kathy Dawson Books

Where Futures End by Parker Peevyhouse. I literally had no clue what on earth was going on with this book. It was too smart for me. XD

English- A book you think has beautiful written expression


The Star-Touched Queen by Roshani Chokshi had such beautiful prose. The quote lover in me was squealing with each line.

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

Credits to Razorbill

Okay, I haven’t talked about this series – The Big Empty series by J. B. Stephens –  at all on my blog, and that, my dear followers, is a mistake because I love this series. It holds one of my favorite ships ever – one of which is a super smart, strong, sassy heroine that is totally scientific minded – and such an epic plot. I think literally nobody has heard of it, but it is defintiely one of my favorites and Keely from this book is perfect for this category.

Chemistry- Your favorite literary couple?

CRESSWELL. My heart belongs to them forever. But I do fangirl quite a bit over Kaz and Inej from Six of Crows here as well.

Biology- Your favorite book/series/film character

^^ The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer and Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo.

French- Your favorite foreign book/film/program

Oh, um, um, um, I don’t know! I don’t watch a lot of foreign films or read a lot of books…unless I do and I just haven’t known? I’m really trying to branch out more, though, this year. So, TBD.

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


Oh, absolutely! I have more than read a few books because they had beautiful covers, and I definitely haven’t expected much from books that had covers that didn’t please me as much. For example, I didn’t think that The Haunting of Maddy Clare by Simone St. James would bring me anything but a three crown read, but it ended up being a total favorite.

History- The last historical book you read


Any of the Simone St. James books that I read! They provided such an interesting look at the aftereffects that England had after World War I and especially on the soldiers. Such fascinating books – and St. James is an amazing author period!

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

Credits to Balzer + Bray

The Disney-like theme park in How Zoe Made Her Dreams (Mostly) Come True by Sarah Strohmeyer totally sounds epic and I mean…Disneyworld. Mandy needs her Disney.

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


Miss Peregrine’s Home for Children by Ransom Riggs. It was okay. Like, really only okay. I don’t understand the major hype, though. Like I totally don’t get it.

Tag…you’re it

Rendz @ readingwithrendz / Nadwa @ painfullyfictional / Jamie @ Book Pandamonium / icebreaker694 / bookbumzuky / jannin @ The Book Nerd Dragon / sophie @ sophiethestark

Again, if you don’t feel like you want to do it or have already done it, don’t feel like you have to do it!

What do you think? What were some of your answers for these?

43 thoughts on “School Subjects Book Tag

  1. Thank you for doing this tag and your kind words 💕. I loved reading your answers, especially on Cresswell and the Six of Crows series fangirling😄

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      1. Hahaha, we’re both omg-ing!! It was fine before, I never even thought of that, I never remember to tag in the creators of tags!! I’m just happy that you did the post and enjoyed it, that means a lot ❤ Thanks again 🙂 🙂

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      2. Ahahahah. It was a great moment to OMG, I believe. XD Sometimes I’ve noticed people make it mandatory, and some people don’t, so I just wanted to make sure you got the credit since it was so cute, lol. But I know what you mean…it’s amazing to just have it out there in the blog world. It really was so much fun, and thank you! 🙂

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      3. Hahaha, so many omgs!! 🙂 Yeah, sometimes people want to be tagged, I really don’t mind but I suppose it’s nice to get credit when you’ve created something 🙂 Exactly!! Ahhh, thank you, that’s so nice of you, I’m just glad you enjoyed it! 🙂

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  2. Thanks for the tag Mandy! 😀 This is interesting, considering I still take some of those subjects now in my second semester of second year college. 🙂

    Nice choice of books! All of it I haven’t read yet but some I heard of. I will definitely check these books out. 😀

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      1. They are pretty popular here. Instead of helping students to pass the subject they give the student a hard time. They keep saying that we’re already in college so everything isn’t spoon fed to us but that’s not how it goes. Teachers were suppose to guide students right? And teach students. :/ Not give them too much pressure to a point of struggling.

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    1. HEHEHEHE. Yesssss. I think I will see some of these repeated in your tag? 😉 You would have been so proud of me on the BBTC last night…I only answered one of the other for every question. XD Thanks so much, Rendz!

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  3. Oh this is such a nice tag! I agree, not a good reminder of my best memories either but I did enjoy a couple of subjects 😆
    Thank you for tagging me! I really enjoyed reading your answers 😊 I might have expected that Disneyland one hahaha
    I have to admit I’ve never heard of The Big Empty series but it’s always nice to find new books to read!

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    1. Lol, yes! There were definitely a few good ones…English? XD
      And it is like the most obscure series. I really don’t think anyone will ever know it, and I totally found it on Book outlet a longggg time ago. It was really good, though, and I always forget about it while loving it at the same time? Anyway, thanks! 😀

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      1. Oooooh, I like that. Maybe that’s why I hide from hyped books…can I pretend that’s the reason? But that definitely makes me feel better. Thank you for sharing that with me, Sophie, lol.

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  4. Thanks for tagging me!! 😀 I love these unique questions, I’m super excited to do this tag. Hopefully I won’t have horrible flashbacks of waking up at 6am every day for school while doing this lol. And I 10000% agree about Miss Peregrine’s being overhyped! It was good and all, but I still couldn’t be bothered to read the rest of the series.

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    1. LOL. I know what you mean, Jamie. I’m like I thought I escaped this, but then it came back…although it was much more fun than anything of that. But yes! I just keep looking at the books on my Goodreads shelves going mehhhh.

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