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Dear Evan Hansen Book Tag

Hey everyone! Seeing as I’m seeing Dear Evan Hansen on the West End today, I figured I’d do a book tag to mark the occasion! This tag was created by Margaret @ Weird Zeal.

I’ve been dying to see this musical since it first came out and by the time this has posted I will have seen it!


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Anybody Have a Map? – A book with amazing worldbuilding

All of Us Villains (All of Us Villains, #1)

The worldbuilding in this was amazing. I could picture the scenes so vividly in my head as I was reading.

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Waving Through a Window – A character that you identify with

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I don’t relate to the romance Cath experiences in this book, but I relate to her feelings about uni at the beginning and her obsession with reading. This book and this character will always be one of my comforts!

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For Forever – A book with a strong friendship

A Court of Wings and Ruin (A Court of Thorns and Roses, #3)

The friendship between the Bat Boys will always be one of my fave depictions of relationships. They have complete trust in each other and I love them!

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Sincerely, Me – A book that made you laugh

Is This For Real? (New York Friendship, #2)

I read this recently and was obsessed. I was grinning and laughing as if I were the characters!

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Requiem – A book that you wanted to love but didn’t

The Voyage of Freydis (The Vinland Viking Saga, #1)

From the synopsis, this book sounded amazing, but I just couldn’t get into it. It didn’t feel like the book it was supposed to be and was quite disappointing.

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If I Could Tell Her – A book couple that you’re not on board with

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Alina and the Darkling. I am not a fan. I hate the Darkling with a passion, and I adore Mal, so this pairing is not the one for me!

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Disappear – A book you wish more people knew about

Viper (Isles of Storm and Sorrow #1)

I still need to read the third and final book, but this trilogy is amazing! It’s so good and needs to be more popular!

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You Will Be Found – A book that makes you feel understood

Fangirl

It’s probably cheating using the same book twice, but it’s so true!

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To Break in a Glove – A book that you didn’t expect to like

Bloody Spade (The Cardplay Duology, #1)

It’s not that I didn’t expect to like it, I just didn’t expect to enjoy it as much as I did!

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Only Us – A book couple you are on board with

Kingdom of Ash (Throne of Glass, #7)

Pretty much all of the couples in this book series! As much as I adore Aelin and Rowan, Elide and Lorcan need a special mention!

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Good For You – A character that makes all the wrong choices (but you love them anyway)

Chain of Iron (The Last Hours, #2)

Many of the characters in this book series make decisions that I think aren’t great but I adore them all, especially James and Matthew.

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Words Fail – A book that makes you want to be a better person

Not Here to Be Liked

I just loved Eliza’s dedication to her role and to herself. This book deals with some very important topics and mixes it in well with a YA romance, definitely worth a read!

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So Big / So Small – A good child/parent relationship

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It’s been a while since I read it, and I desperately need to give it a reread. But I’m pretty sure this has a good father/daughter relationship!

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Finale – A book with a satisfying ending

The Queen of Nothing (The Folk of the Air, #3)

After the events of the previous books, this one definitely had a satisfying ending for me!


That’s it for this tag, if you want to do this then feel free too! Have you seen Dear Evan Hansen, or have you read any of these books?

Keep reading,

Georgia x

5 thoughts on “Dear Evan Hansen Book Tag”

  1. Chain of Iron could have made our life easier if the characters didn’t go and make those rash decisions.I want to rant about James, Cordelia, and Lucie. I love them but I’m
    frustrated with the push and pull game and, honestly, this book could have ended differently if James and Cordelia sat and spoke to each other.

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