The Book Club Book Tag

Are you part of a book club? If so, do you actually discuss books? At least for me, ‘book clubs’ tend to deteriorate into chatting and eating and the book is never mentioned. But if you love a good book club, then this is the tag for you! Read on to find what personalities I assign to different books…

I was nominated by the lovely Lost In Neverland – their posts never fail to entertain and you can check out their tag here!


  • Answer the tag (prompts below) on the platform of your choice (blog, booktube, twitter, anything goes!): If you’re part of a book club, yourself, you can answer with the books you’ve read with them — or you can freestyle it with whatever book fits the question! Or with a specific character from a book who matches the prompt. Really, however you want to do it!
  • Link to the original post and give me a pingback or comment below, so I can see your answers.
  • Tag friends! They can be fellow book club members or simply bookish friends who make your day a little brighter.
  • The most important rule: Have fun!

The Tag!

The Fearless Readerreads everything, constantly, and probably started the book club, not realizing how much work it would be to keep everyone on-track talk about it

I think Red from Five Survive would definitely be this organized! I loved her, and loved Holly Jackson’s new unconventional thriller even more. Find out why in my review here.

The Academictries to elevate the conversation and suggest Serious Books but is always stymied by the rest of the group (generally doesn’t mind)

I totally agree with Lost In Neverland’s pick for this one. There’s only one answer: The Secret History. Although I think Henry might mind if he didn’t get his own way… Find out my thoughts on this weighty tome and why Booktok lied to my in my review here.

The Joyridernever knows what book the club is reading but happily shouts encouragement and brings refreshments

Happy go lucky Issy from The Appeal would just be happy to be invited to book club. There’s a similar situation in this unconventional murder mystery when she’s just excited to be part of the drama group… until it all goes fatally wrong. Find out why Issy was my least favourite character in my review here.

The Lovable GhoulMostly harmless but likes to stand in the corner muttering — we pretend it’s normal

If you’ve also read Tamsyn Muir’s epic space Odyssey ‘Nona The Ninth’, you’ll know why I’ve had to pick it. Crammed with enough ghosts and ghouls to fill the Locked Tomb twice over, this book was an immediate favourite for me… even if it didn’t feel as good as the first two in the series. Find out why in my review here.

I Nominate…

Firstly, you! If you’re reading this and you’d love to have a go at such an easy, fun tag, let me know in the comments and I’ll add your site to the list (… free promo for you too).

Published by Hundreds&Thousands

I’m a teenager (and a Hufflepuff) from Manchester. I like oversized jumpers, music that isn't on the radio anymore and books. Pretty much any book I can get my hands on but my favourites are Young Adult, fantasy and science fiction. One day, I decided to share some of my opinions on some great - and not so great - books to people around the world. And here it is! I really enjoy it and I hope you do too. The aim is hundreds and thousands of book reviews (see what I did there?) but I’m not quite up to that. Yet.

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