Music Genre Book Tag

Hey nerds! I found this book tag at Thrice Reads and I’m a musically inclined person so I didn’t wanna pass it up. Check out their blog because they have such amazing content! So I just finished posting my Top 10 Tuesday and if you haven’t read it yet, click here. I did some research for that so be sure to give it a like.


So here’s the awesome book tag where we get to combine music and books–two of my most favorite things ever. ALso, if you like to purchase the following books listed below with free shipping worldwide, just click on the titles.

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  • Dubstep – a book that gets crazy when the plot drops. 


CROOKED FREAKIN KINGDOM Y’ALL!!! I just. I can’t explain enough how much this book ruined me. During the climax of the story, for every page I turned, there were freakin plot twists. I had to refrain myself from screaming in the cafe where I was reading. This book just seems to get crazier each chapter. I love how the characters plot their escape from an impossible situation. Seriously this is the best book I’ve read in 2017 and watch me buy all Leigh Bardugo’s books this year!

  • Pop– a happy book that you can read over and over again.

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I just love all the warm fuzzies that I felt when I was reading Love and GelatoI was so happy when I finished the book and I kept on telling my friends to read it because it’s just an adorable book and you get all the feels you can ever get from a contemporary. I love the plot twists and it was pretty intense as well.

  • Rock– a book with a kick-ass group of main characters.


No one can be more kick-ass than the Six of Crows misfits. I mean, they have a criminal prodigy who does all the strategy work, the Wraith, a Heartrender who can summon the undead, a convict, a sharpshooter, and a demolition expert. It’s literally THE squad of all squads and no one can ever take them down.

  • Techno– a book with a futuristic vibe

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Cinder by Marissa Meyer is probably the only book I can fit in this category because I don’t read a lot of sci-fi with cyborgs and other technology-based plots. The main character is literally a half cyborg. This is a different twist from the usual Cinderella retellings because it’s full on high fantasy with these two different worlds that have a conflict with each other. This book was such a fast read and I immediately bought the 2nd and 3rd book of the series because I couldn’t wait to find out what happened next.

  • Classical- a book that’s set in a historical time period.

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My all-time favorite classic book is Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. I absolutely love all the characters especially my main bae Elizabeth Bennet because whoa that sass. I really like hate-love tropes and this book just brings out the perfect transition that doesn’t make it a cliché. This will remain as my #1 favorite book in the classics and that’s saying a lot because I have read so many classics and they’re all astounding.

  • Country– a contemporary book that has a laid-back setting.
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This took me a while to choose because I’ve read soooo many contemporary stories. Most of them are laid-back but maybe I’d have to say it’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han because this was such a cute book and an amazing series. There wasn’t much change of setting too. The story just happened in a town and most of the characters involved also lived there. I read this series as an E-book and though I find it relaxing to read, it wasn’t really that much hype for me to buy them in hardcovers as a collection.

  • Rap/Hip Hop– A book that’s fast paced and action packed.

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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is my most favorite out of all the series because this was definitely fast paced and there were so many things happening in this book (like Hermione literally being in two places at once). I love how we were introduced to new characters that would become really essential to the rest of the series.

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Hope you enjoyed this book tag as much as I did!

I will now tag the following accounts to do the same.

Thanks for reading!





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