The Superlatives Tag!

Once again, I want to thank the ever amazing Orang-utan Librarian for always tagging me in super fun tags. Today I am coming at you with the Superlatives Tag! The name alone already suggests it has to be the best, right? I hope you enjoy!

#1 MOST LIKELY TO BE IN THE MOVIES: THE BOOK THAT WOULD MAKE THE BEST MOVIE

This simply HAS to be the Night Circus! I’ve been screaming about needing a movie adaptation for it for years and with the advancement in CGI and such, I really believe that the right producers could create a true and magical gem out of this book.

#2 BIGGEST DRAMA QUEEN/KING: THE MOST (OVERLY) DRAMATIC BOOK OR CHARACTER

If we are going for character here, my first thought was definitely Lola from Lola and the Boy Next Door. There was drama wherever that girl went and a lot of it was her own doing. I don’t mind people being eccentric, but she was a tad too much for me and that’s probably the reason why I liked her book the least.

#3 BEST DRESSED: THE BOOK WITH THE BEST COVER

I only got this one in the mail recently, but I immediately fell in love with my new edition of Anne of Green Gables! The gold lettering and the illustrations are just adorable.

#4 MOST CREATIVE: THE BOOK WITH THE MOST UNIQUE PLOT, CHARACTERS, & STRUCTURE

Tough one … tough one indeed. My heart wants to say Call Me By Your Name but my head tells it is Shatter Me … just because I haven’t talked about it for a while and I am pumped to read Restore Me. The writing style was unique for sure, the characters not that out of this world, but I liked how my allegiances completely changed throughout the story.

#5 MOST POPULAR: THE BOOK WITH THE MOST RATINGS ON GOODREADS

The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games, #1)

Sooo, I totally just went to Goodreads and checked on my “Read”-shelf which book had the most ratings and it’s The Hunger Games with more than 5 million ratings.

#6 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: THE BOOK THAT IS GOING TO BE APPRECIATED FOR MANY YEARS TO COME

NOW I get to say Call Me By Your Name! It’s just … I can’t get it out of my head and it was so beautifully written but so sad and quite strange and oversharing at the same time, but I loved it.

#7 CLASS CLOWN: THE BOOK THAT MADE YOU LAUGH OUT LOUD

I am going to have to go with The Epic Crush of Genie Lo for this one. I laughed A LOT while reading it and didn’t care who heard it or didn’t.

#8 MOST IMPROVED: THE BOOK THAT STARTED OFF SLOW, BUT REALLY PICKED UP

To me, that just feels like almost every Victoria Schwab book I have read so far (except her series finales, cause they are action, action, action). She always takes her time in setting up the world and letting us get to know characters before the true chaos begins. I am just randomly going to go with A Gathering of Shadows now.

#9 CUTEST COUPLE: CUTEST COUPLE IN A BOOK

WHY WOULD ANYONE MAKE ME ACTUALLY CHOOSE FOR THIS ONE!?!? I can’t make those kinds of decisions.

Okay …

Kasia and Dyson! HA! I can always root the most for my own couple from Arcadia and they ARE the cutest … when they are actually together.

#10 BIGGEST HEARTBREAKER: THE BOOK THAT BROKE YOUR HEART

The Orang-utan Librarian definitely already stole the perfect answer *whispers* Words in Deep Blue will always break your heart! But I can come up with something else! A Monster Calls! Very sad – no doubt!

I TAG THEE

I hope it goes without saying that I don’t want you to do the tag if you don’t feel like it or if you’ve already done it! What did you think of my answers? Could anyone relate?

48 thoughts on “The Superlatives Tag!

    • I don’t think I know anyone who wasn’t at least a little bit affected by A Monster Calls! That book is freaking emotional and wrecked me.
      We all want a Night Circus movie. It’s what we deserve!

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  1. I really need to read The Night Circus someday. I hope to haha, you make it sound so amazing 🙂 I have to agree with you about Lola, she was my least favorite character in the series because of how… well, dramatic she was haha. And yes, Schwab’s books are always slow to begin with, but… she is such a master at world-building, if I am frustrated at the beginning of her stories, it is always worth it in the end. Ugh, I love everything she does so much and need to read Our Dark Duet soon, but… I’m still mad that I got spoiled.
    AND YES ROOT FOR KASIA AND DYSON, I am rooting for them, too 😛 x

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    • You DO need to read the Night Circus. It’s such a beautiful story! And you should also experience Our Dark Duet for yourself … although I am mad you got spoiled for it. That person was ghastly! You don’t just write something like that without a warning!!

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  2. Thank you so much for the tag! Will definitely do this, it sounds like so much fun (expect it… not soon though I have like 30 other tags if I’m taking them chronologically oops? 😅)

    I’ve been seeing the Night Circus EVERYWHERE lately and I just… I wanna read it so bad!!! 😭💛

    Great post 💛

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  3. ADSOM definitely started off slowly to set up the whole world, but when it starts to get intense… it gets INTENSE! Have you seen the A Monster Calls movie? I don’t know why I’m still keeping it on my To Be Viewed… I mean.. the book was AMAZING. Fear that a visual experience of it might maybe actually crack me and have me pouring buckets of tears for hours? Idk yoooo 😛

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    • Yeah, I feel like most of Schwab’s books have that tendency of doing a slow set-up and then overwhelming you with action and stakes and feels … which is a good thing, I suppose 😅
      And yes, I have seen the movie. Watched it last year when I was in Vancouver as part of my sad movie marathon. Buckets of tears were definitely cried!!!

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  4. Oh my god The Night Circus would make the BEST movie. I’m still keeping my fingers tightly crossed that one day we will get to see it on the big screen and that it will be a good adaptation from the book.
    You never know, it could happen. 🙂
    I love how you picked your own couple for the cutest couple question. Why not right? Plus they’re your characters so really you’re supposed to root for them above any other character (At least that’s the way I see it), and oh A Monster Calls made me cry inside as well. It’s such a moving book but I still need to see the film.
    Great post, and great answers as well Kat. 😀 ❤

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    • I know that the Night Circus was already optioned for a movie adaptation, but they let it expire and it never went anywhere. I hope someone else picks it up. It’s not easy and will probably need a big budget to succeed, but I really want it to happen.
      And thanks! I think you should root for your own couples most as well. It just gets difficult when you have several stories and couples in them hahaha

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  5. YES, I approve of you calling A Monster Calls a sad,let’s-cry-out-our-feelings kind of book because it was sooo good. Also, The Night Circus – a book I still have to read, but I will someday – I’m positive it will happen and it will be amazing! I also feel the same about Schwab’s books with the exception of Vicious, which was pretty fast-paced and I absolutely adored it!

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  6. Your edition of Anne is SO cute. I love my own edition (I don’t know which publishing house it’s from, and since it’s back home I can’t check but it’s pink and has all these cute drawings like teapots on it) but ahh I’m so tempted to one day get this one as well 😛

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