Tag Tuesday: Music Genre Tag

Hey everyone, it’s Tuesday again. I missed last week’s tag, but I’m back with the Music Genre Tag. I found this tag on Yer Basic Nerd’s blog and thought I’d give it a go. I hope one day to find a tag that will cater more to my type of music, but this one is close enough.

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

Amber & Dusk by Lyra Selene. This book started off slow and then once we got to coeur d’or everything started to happen. It was a great story of intrigue and I never knew who to trust.

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

I think you all know by now how I feel about Land Of Elyon by Patrick Carman. I literally read this series over and over again once a year. It’s my favourite series ever and I’m going to read it again and again.

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

I thought Zeli

  • Techno– a book with a futuristic vibe

Otherworld by Jason Segel and Kristen Miller. This is a book set in the near future where a new VR game has been unveiled called Otherworld. But, some of the players in the world are fully immersed in the game and if they die in game, they die in real life. It gives me Sword Art Online meets Ready Player One vibes.

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

I forget the name of the book I’m thinking of, but it’s by Libba Bray and it’s not The Diviner’s.

  • Country– a contemporary book that has a laid-back setting.

To All The Boys I Loved Before by Jenny Han. This book is literally a sweet love story between Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky.

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

House of Secrets. This book literally was action after action., there were barely any pauses between the action sequences. We were always doing something. It was awesome.

Hope you enjoyed this book tag as much as I did! Thank you for reading. Byes 👋

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