Inside Out Book Tag

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I was tagged for the Inside Out book tag by Lois @ My Midnight Musing. Thanks, Lois! I haven’t seen the movie yet, but my daughter loved it.


A book that brings you joy.

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Mackenzie Fire by Elle Casey had me laughing so many times. I loved it!


A book that brings you sadness.

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When it Rains by Lisa De Jong was the last book I bawled reading.


A book that brings you fear.

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I have to admit that I fear a mosquito born plague like the on in Ann Brashares’ The Here and Now. I can totally see how it could happen. Scary stuff.


A book that brings you anger.

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The ending of Tim Tharp’s The Spectacular Now frustrated me so much. There was a little bit of anger mixed in with the frustration.


A book that brings you disgust.

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I probably should have picked A Child Called “It” by Dave Pelzer for my anger choice. I was disgusted by Dave’s mother in this memoir. It was painful to read.


I feel like this tag should have ended on a happier note. Oh well.

I tag:

Chelsea @ Books for Thought

Sarina @ Cookie Break

Kelly @ Kelly’s Rambles

Jamila @ Heartscent Reads

Maria @ Big City Bookworm

Lisa @ Remarkably Lisa

Jacob @ That’s So Jacob

Caroline @ A Novel Romance

Melissa @ In A Bookish World

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9 thoughts on “Inside Out Book Tag

  1. Okay a mosquito born plague does not sound pleasant at all and it is terrifying that this is actually a plausible situation we could actually have to face.
    I’ve heard about The Spectacular Now and I don’t do well with unsatisfactory endings. I’m told the film is good though so I might just watch it instead haha.

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