The Superlatives Book Tag

Hello everybody! Today, I’m going to be doing the Superlatives Book Tag, which I was tagged for by Cora. Onto the post!


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Most Likely To Be In The Movies: The Book That Would Make The Best Movie

The Defender of the Realm books are super cinematic (which isn’t that surprising as they’re written by screenwriters), so I think they’d make fantastic films.

Biggest Drama Queen/King: The Most (Overly) Dramatic Book Or Character

As I said in my post the other day about characters I’m not keen on, I find Hagrid to be overdramatic a lot of the time.

Best Dressed: The Book With The Best Cover

My favourite cover ever is probably Julian de Narvaez’s for In Darkling Wood by Emma Carroll, but as I’ve mentioned that in other tags I’ll alao say the Wild Folk’s cover, because I’d totally have bought it just for the cover if I hadn’t already been excited for it.

Most Creative: The Book With The Most Unique Plot, Characters, & Structure

As anyone I’ve seen do this has said Floored, which would probably have been my answer otherwise, I’ll go for Ketchup Clouds. It’s written in the form of letters to a prisoner on death row from a girl who has a dark secret that she can’t tell anyone.

Most Popular: The Book With The Most Ratings On Goodreads

From this year, it’s Northern Lights by Philip Pullman. I did like some aspects of it a lot, but I struggled with the writing style and pacing so only gave it 3 stars.

Most Likely To Succeed: The Book That Is Going To Be Appreciated For Many Years To Come

I always find questions like this really hard, so I’ll answer this with a series I hope are seen as classics in a hundred years time, which is the Murder Most Unladylike series. I’d love for those to be seen as books you have to read if you love mysteries, like I did with Enid Blyton when I was younger.

Class Clown: The Book That Made You Laugh Out Loud

Most recently, Friendship Fails of Emma Nash. I really enjoyed seeing Emma and her friends again.

Most Improved: The Book That Started Off Slow, But Really Picked Up

Again, a recent one that fits this for me is the Missing Barbegazi. I found it slightly slow until the main characters meet and team up to save the barbegazis from the threat facing them.

Cutest Couple: Cutest Couple In A Book

Harriet and Nick from Geek Girl, which I say in every tag because they just are.

Biggest Heartbreaker: The Book That Broke Your Heart

Ways to Live Forever made me more emotional than anything I’ve ever read, though Boy in the Tower is a close second.


I tag Charlotte and Laura.


What are your thoughts on the books books I’ve mentioned? Are you planning to pick any of them up? Let me know in the comments!

Amy x

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Author: goldenbooksgirl

Middle grade/young adult book blogger

8 thoughts on “The Superlatives Book Tag”

  1. Some great choices (the cover for the Wild Folk is wonderful!) and some I haven’t read – I’ve never been interested enough to pick up Ketchup Clouds but it sounds really interesting. I might have to read it after all! Have you read Sarah Crossan’s Moonrise?

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    1. It’s so good from what I remember, I’d really recommend it! I haven’t, did you enjoy it? I’m not very into poetry and I know her books are in verse, so I’ve never quite been brave enough to try one! X

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      1. I thought it was fantastic and it’s incredibly ‘readable’ – don’t let the verse put you off, it’s not poetry as you think of poetry if that makes sense!

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