Superlatives Book Tag

I have always loved Superlatives.  My senior year in high school, I was so excited to for vote for them for the year book.  I even won Most Likely to be Famous, which was really exciting 🙂 When I saw this Tag on Passionately Perusing, I knew I wanted to do it, and when I saw that she had tagged me, I was pumped! She has some really great answers too, so make sure you check out her blog!

Most likely to be in the movies: The book that would make the best movie:


This book is already so cinematic, and I would LOVE to see it on screen.  I feel like it’s only a matter of time…

Biggest Drama King/Queen: The most overly dramatic book or character:


Scarlett O’Hara.  I live for her.

Best Dressed: Book with the best cover:


I just love how simply beautiful and effective this cover is.  It also does a really good job of representing the story.

Most Creative: The book with the most unique plot, characters, and structure:


This book is just insanely brilliant.  I have never read anything like it.

Most Popular: The book with the most ratings on my Goodreads:


This actually surprised me.  I expected a classic, or Harry Potter.

Most likely to Succeed: The book that is going to be appreciated for many years to come:


It’s just the best.

Class Clown: The book that made you laugh out loud:


The language in this book is just hilarious.  I loved the characters and the plot so much.

Most Improved: The book that started off slow, but really picked up:


This book is one of my faves, but if my mom hadn’t told me to push through the first 100 pages, I probably would have given up… that beginning is SLOW.

The Cutest Couple: The cutest couple in a book:


Franny and Haylin from Rules of Magic by Alice Hoffman are my favorite couple at the moment.

Biggest Heart Breaker: The book that broke your heart:


Sobbing, disgusting mess.

I tag anyone who loves Superlatives like me 🙂


6 thoughts on “Superlatives Book Tag

  1. I agree Red Queen would make a great movie. Firefly Lane had me in tears within the second chapter, hit a little close to home for me. And the ending was heart breaking and I was also a sobbing mess.


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