Dear Evan Hansen Book Tag!

Hello! Dear Evan Hansen is one of my favorite musicals so make it a book tag and I love it! Have you listened to this musical or seen it? I tag anyone who wants to do it!

1. Anybody Have a Map? - A fictional world you would like to visit, and thus have a map for
I would love to go to Hogwarts or Camp Half-Blood! They both have such amazing atmospheres and people that I would be happy with either! 2. Waving Through a Window- A mental health read that relates to depression or anxiety (loneliness)
The Storm Crow by Kalyn Josephson has a character struggling with depression that is still trying to stir up a rebellion. 3. For Forever- A book with a unique/different writing style; the writing style is a prominent feature of the novel
A Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds is written in verse and it being written in verse helps develop the story. 4. Sincerely, Me- Your favorite laugh out loud read
I laughed so much reading The Heroes of Olympus series by Rick Riordan! I actually LOLed soooo many times and my family thought I was crazy. 5. Requiem- A tolerable character death; one that was not as emotional for you as it was for others
SPOILERS FOR MORTAL INSTRUMENTS: Hodge's death didn't bother me that much even though he was kind of the mentor in the book and I usually love the mentors even though Hodge was a backstabber. 6. If I Could Tell Her- A piece of advice that you would give to a literary character of your choosing
I would tell Hermione that she shouldn't listen to any of the crap anyone says to her because, in the end, she will be known as one of the greatest witches out there and those who made fun of her won't be remembered like she will be.
7. Disappear / You Will Be Found- An underhyped book that you feel deserves more appreciation
Deep Blue by Jennifer Donnelly NEEDS more hype! I loved this series and I am very excited to get my hands on the fourth and final one.
8. To Break in a Glove- A book that was worth the struggle of getting through
The Devil's Thief by Lisa Maxwell! I do not know why it was so hard for me to get through it because I loved it so much but it was worth it!
9. Only Us- A literary ship that deals with an immense struggle, which makes their getting together more satisfying
The relationship in The Remnant Chronicles went through so many struggles and they still make it through which wow.
10. Good For You- A favorite intense or heighten scene in a book of your choice
It isn't the number one favorite scene but it is up there: The end of The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins when they are on the Cornocopia and they are getting attacked by the wolves. 11. Words Fail- A book that left you speechless
Caraval by Stephanie Garber literally left me speechless when I finished the book! 12. So Big / So Small- Your favorite parent/child relationship
Molly and her children from Harry Potter! Molly is literally so supportive of her kids and it is amazing. 13. Finale (For Forever Reprise) - Your favorite final book in a series or duology
I really loved the endings of a lot of series. I did love The Beauty of Darkness by Mary E. Pearson! Even though it kinda ended on a cliffhanger, so much happened in that book and I loved it.

Well, that is it! I hope you enjoyed! What have you read recently? Happy Reading!
So long,


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