Tag Tuesday | The 90s Movie Book Tag

I originally saw this tag at Kristin Craves Books and knew I had to do it soon! This was a lot of fun and made me want to re-watch all of these 90s movies!

She’s All That-A book couple that is an odd pairing, but they still fit perfectly

The answer I want to use for this would be a mild spoiler, so I have to leave this one blank!

10 Things I Hate About You-A book or series that you have a love/hate relationship with

I definitely have a love/hate relationship with the 99 Days series. If you’ve read it, you understand.

Clueless-A character that is totally clueless, but you love them anyway

Oh how I love Luna Lovegood!

Titanic-A book that made you cry

I was full on ugly crying my way through the last fourth of The Dinner List. And I do not cry while reading books.

American Pie-A book that made you laugh

I thought Kitty was hilarious in this book. But I laughed at different parts of the entire series!

Can’t Hardly Wait-A book with a crazy party

The coronation ball. My jaw dropped.

Cruel Intentions-A character you can never fully trust

The Woman in the Window features one of my favorite unreliable narrators ever.

You Drive Me Crazy-Your favorite “boy next door” or “girl next door” couple

Okay so Peter and Lara Jean don’t technically live next door to each other, but I think it still counts in a way!

Scream-A book with a memorable villain

I suppose you could consider Joe a “villain” of sorts. He is certainly not a guy I would consider the hero of the story.

The Craft-A book with witches

I decided not to go the Harry Potter route with this answer. I have not read The Wicked Deep yet, but I do know it is about witches.


Whew. This was way harder than I thought it would be, but it did show me that I need to broaden my horizons a little and read different genres every once in a while! Let me know your answer for one (or all!) of the categories in the comments!

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