Apparently, I’ve made this a thing? Tag Thursday? I didn’t know one could make a thing without knowing it was thing, but I just always put a tag on Thursday. I’m amazed by my sneakiness. Anyway, thank you to the great and wonderful Angelica @ The Book Cover Girl. Her blog is just so ridiculously pretty, and it has so much good bookish content from fantastic reviews to great book tags like this. She’s total cool beans so make sure to check her out here or on the link above!
I actually don’t remember all of my superlatives in middle school and high school. Something about nicest? Maybe? WHAT IS MY MEMORY. THERE IS NONE. Let’s all take my moment to cry for the lack of Mandy’s memory.
Shall we move onto the tag? (and the blog followers all breathe a collective breath of relief)
#1 MOST LIKELY TO BE IN THE MOVIES: THE BOOK THAT WOULD MAKE THE BEST MOVIE
Warcross by Marie Lu! I 100% could see this as movie with all the ways that Lu describes it, all the action happening, and just the cool graphics that I would love to see. It was like a movie was happening in my head the entire time…wait, doesn’t that describe the entire process of reading?
#2 BIGGEST DRAMA QUEEN/KING: THE MOST (OVERLY) DRAMATIC BOOK OR CHARACTER
Lol, Iris from Now a Major Motion Picture was PRETTY dramatic. The girl needed to chill about some things. So many side-eye conversations that I had with her.
#3 BEST DRESSED: THE BOOK WITH THE BEST COVER
Saints and Misfits is still one of my favorite book covers ever. It’s just so incredibly pleasing.
#4 MOST CREATIVE: THE BOOK WITH THE MOST UNIQUE PLOT, CHARACTERS, & STRUCTURE
Oh gosh, that’s like every book???? I feel like most books are so unique and different. Isn’t that why we pick up something? Um, the latest book that I picked up that was super different was maybe My Soul to Take. I never read a book about banshees, and they got creative with it.
#5 MOST POPULAR: THE BOOK WITH THE MOST RATINGS ON GOODREADS
I believe I’m stealing Angelica’s answer with A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas. While the book is a favorite, I can’t quite believe it is 4.71 average rating on Goodreads. I mean, there’s a .30 lead over Six of Crows and Cress!
#6 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: THE BOOK THAT IS GOING TO BE APPRECIATED FOR MANY YEARS TO COME
Stealing Angelica’s answer yet again because it’s just so true – definitely The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. It brings up so many important issues that really need to be talked about, and I totally can see it being used as a teaching tools for the future to come.
#7 CLASS CLOWN: THE BOOK THAT MADE YOU LAUGH OUT LOUD
#8 MOST IMPROVED: THE BOOK THAT STARTED OFF SLOW, BUT REALLY PICKED UP
Well, I actually straight up DNF’d A Court of Thorns and Roses because it started off so very slow. It did pick up after like 200 pages in, and I was pretty all in.
#9 CUTEST COUPLE: CUTEST COUPLE IN A BOOK
#10 BIGGEST HEARTBREAKER: THE BOOK THAT BROKE YOUR HEART
We all know that I fail at crying in books, but this book got me to shed like a single tear.
Colleen @ Colleens Conclusions (p.s. Colleen is new to WordPress but she’s such an awesome blogger that I’ve known for a while – always has great YA reviews and super nice – PSA over now) / Kyera @ Kyera’s Library / Jamie @ Bubbly Books / Crystal @ Paper Royalty
What do you think? What are some of your answers to this? What were your superlatives in high school? Let’s discuss in the comments below!
UN Right #21
21. The Right to Democracy. We all have the right to take part in the government of our country. Every grown-up should be allowed to choose their own leaders.
It kind of works, does it not, in its own weird way? With superlatives, we are picking out leaders of what is the best book in whatever category. That was the same way that I did it in high school and such where we all voted. It’s not quite a democracy here since I’m the only one voting, but I take all of what my brain has to say into consideration, lol.
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