Stranger Things Book Tag

It’s been a while since I did a book tag on here and I decided that I was too lazy to write a proper blog post with thoughtful insights and a discussion-worthy topic so tag time it is!

I’ve been eyeing the Stranger Things book tag for a while now, and I was late to the Stranger Things train so I’m finally doing it!

This tag was originally created by A Running Commentary, which I don’t have a link to, but you’ve been given credit. The graphics I’ll be using were designed and put together by Flavia @ Flavia the Bibliophile – which is also where I first saw this tag.



Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff. As you guys already know, I was let down by this book, mainly because I was confused about what was happening most of the time. The format was my main issue. But I was intrigued by the ending.


A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin. Especially as a female, I would not want to live in this world. They’re definitely not treated well at all. Basically if you’re not royalty, you have a bad life. Even if you are royalty you have a bad life. There’s really no way to win, even if you’re sitting on the Iron Throne.


I don’t think I own any damaged books… Instead I’ll choose a character that’s somewhat damaged, but I still love to pieces. That character would have to be Keiko from Starfish by Akemi Dawn Bowman. She’s had to deal with a lot of outer and inner turmoil but I love her character so much.


Not a trilogy, but The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater. I love this series so much, as you guys know. I wanted to re-read it the second I put the last book down and have been missing it ever since.


I would definitely not want to face the Grievers from The Maze Runner by James Dashner. They are absolutely terrifying (especially in the movie). No thanks. I’ll just live the rest of my days in the maze alone.


Hmm… a lot of villains are like this, but I’d have to choose President Coin and Snow from The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. They were both masters at deception and twisted their words to make it seem like they had your best interests at heart but – nope!


*haha jokes on you, she actually got on my nerves quite a bit

My most recent read, actually, Blind Acceptance by Sandra Pimental. I wasn’t really expecting to like this book much at all but I ended up loving it!


Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor. Kinda in the title! Weep is a weird little town but I actually really adore it. I wish it was explored more in the book – hopefully we’ll get more in the sequel.


I don’t know who has and hasn’t done this tag, or who has or hasn’t watched Stranger Things so I’ll just tag some random people. Feel free to do the tag if I haven’t tagged you 🙂

Lia @ Lost in a Story

Kat @ Life and Other Disasters

Darque Dreamer Reads

Sarah @ Travelling Across Pages


Do you watch Stranger Things? Who’s your favorite character? What’s a book beast that terrifies you like the Demogorgon? 

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23 thoughts on “Stranger Things Book Tag

  1. For me, it has been a very loooong time since I have seen teenagers actually talking to each other instead of looking down at their gadgets, riding bikes and playing dungeons and dragons. It was very refreshing to see how simple life was and yet how complicated relationships remain to be. It’s the nostalgia that wins it all.

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    1. Yeah it was quite simple back then. Even I remember a time when I was younger, how my friends and I would go outside and ride on our scooters or go to the park and play – it’s not as common nowadays for that to happen.

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  2. I’ll honestly say words!!! I NEED SEASON 3 ASAP!!! Like right now. Oh well, that’s more than 3 but you understand.
    If I were to say a book beast that terrifies you like the Demogorgon, then it’s definitely the Dementors from Harry Potter! And I looove Eleven and Mike and Dustin!!!! Well, they are all so awesome and adorable!!!

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    1. I hope they’re able to keep up the greatness from the first two seasons in season three! Dementors are pretty terrifying but at least there’s a spell to extinguish them!

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  3. Great answers, Savannah! I was a bit let down by Illuminae as well. I did like Gemina a whole lot better though and I don’t think I will ever quite know why. And President Snow from the Hunger Games … ooooh that man was manipulative for sure!
    Thanks for tagging me! I think I already did the tag, but I will take a look again and see if it’s different questions and just the same title haha

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  4. Yaaaaay so glad you did the tag! And yeah I couldn’t find A Running Commentary. Someone else had taken over the URL and they completely disappeared. To anyone reading this who knows whether A Running Commentary has moved to another URL or something, please let us know! 🙂

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  5. Lovely answers for this tag! 🙂 I agree that Illuminae was a bit confusing to read, yet somehow… that strange formatting worked and made me care for the story and characters? I never expected that to happen in a million years and I’m glad it did haha 🙂
    I love The Raven Cycle so, so much, I definitely want to re-read it at some point. And yay, I’m thrilled to hear you loved Starfish so much, I can’t wait to read it. I hope to be able to buy it soon 🙂

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