Book Tag Thursday: Doctor Who Book Tag

Welcome to my segment where I find awesome book tags throughout the vast, wide inter-webs made by lovely bloggers like you! I’ll hope you’ll have fun and participate with me as well!

Today’s Topic: Doctor Who Book Tag

Created By: Becoming Bookish

1. The Classics: A classic book that still fits into YA literature

Hmmm… Lord of the Flies by William Golding. It’s one of my favorite classics that I read this book in school.

2. The Ninth Doctor: A book you feel is very underrated

I’ll go with a series for this answer. I love the Sophie Katz series by Kyra Davis. It’s one of my favorite light-hearted, funny mystery series. The main character is really sassy, but very relatable.

3. David Tennant: A book or series that was hard to say goodbye to when it ended

The Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead! I was super into (still am) this series. I loved the plot, the boarding school atmosphere and how the characters and story developed over the course of the books. These books are fun, suspenseful, and dramatic.

4. Matt Smith: A book that made you smile

Honey So Sweet by Amu Meguro. The artwork for this manga series is gorgeous and the story is so sweet! Two naive high school students meet and slowly fall in love.

5. Rose and Ten: One of your ships that never sailed

For this one, I’m going to go off course and go with a TV show. When I watch TV shows (especially with  Korean dramas) I usually have second lead syndrome; wanting so desperately for the lead actress of a drama to end up with the better guy, but you always know that she is going to end up with the lead bad guy in the end. In the show Emergency Couple (SPOILER ALERT) the main female lead ends up back with her ex-husband, and they way it happened felt so forced. I wanted her to end up with the new guy. 🙁

6. Weeping Angel: A book that you blinked and it was over

The Babayaga’s Assistant by Marika McCoola. This was such a good retelling of a classic tale in graphic novel form. The only thing was that it was so short and I wanted the author to expand upon the characters a bit more.

7. Daleks: A book you want to exterminate

I rarely give books two stars so if I do then you know it’s bad. I would have to say Renaissance Faire by Jane Stain. You’ll have to read my review because I have way too many complaints to list here.

8. Bowties Are Cool! : A bandwagon you jumped on early

Twilight by Stephanie Meyer. I remember seeing the book in Borders (I miss you!) when it was first released and buying it. I read the book before it gained a lot of hype.

9. Run you clever boy, and remember: A book with an awesome plot twist that you didn’t see coming

Dear Killer by Katherine Ewell. This book had me on edge at all times. I thought I could guess where the story was going, but it ended up throwing me for a loop. Though it’s a really dark YA novel, I highly recommend it.

10. Raxacoricofallapatorius: A book with hard to pronounce names or titles

I honestly can’t think of any!

11. The T.A.R.D.I.S.: A book that took you back in time

Until We Meet Again by Renee Collins. I loved how the author wrote a parallel story line between two characters stuck in two different time periods.

12. Every Doctor needs a companion!: tag some friends!

Anybody who loves books and/or Doctor Who feel free to do this tag. 🙂

Tag! You’re it! Comment with your answers below or participate by writing your own post and link back to me. :)

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