Feelings Matter Book Tag

I thought of doing another tag. It seemed something that would be fun and easy to do. However, I want to make it challenging by making sure that I do not repeat any of the books from one question to the next. So let’s begin!

Tag questions:

  1. What book made you feel confident, either about yourself or your life?

Right now, because I have finished reading it, I would say F This Test by Richard Benson. I enjoyed seeing all the possible wrong answers that students give and being able to correctly answer some of them. It is a great confidence boost.

  1. What book made you feel sympathetic or sympathise greatly with the characters?

The book that made me feel great sympathy with the character is The Color of My Words by Lynn Joseph. Lynn Joseph did an amazing job with the main character Ana Rose, and getting you to feel upset at the same moments that Ana Rose was.  In addition, there were moments of time in which I wished I could go into the book and comfort Ana Rose and tell her that all will be all right.

  1. What book made you feel anxious?

There are a couple of books that have made me nervous while I was reading them.  I cannot choose between The Clockwork Scarab by Colleen Gleason and Unenchanted by Chanda Hahn. In one way there was a lot of suspense as to what was going to happen next, and how were these events going to affect our characters. The ending of both book, had the most suspense and made me anxious as to what will happen next. In all, I enjoyed both of these books, and the suspense that they gave.

  1. What book made you feel annoyed?

The Dairy of Darcy J. Rhone by Emily Griffin was really annoying. I found the character very shallow and hard to like. There were moments that I just wanted to put the book down and forget about it.

  1. What book made you feel disappointed?

Perfectly Dateless by Kristen Billerbeck.  I was so disappointed with how this book ended. The main character started as a strong independent young woman who knew what she wanted and the book ended with her agreeing with her parents dream for her future. I was not only disappointed, I was angry! This was the first book I gave a book such a low rating.

  1. What book made you feel confused?

New Moon Summer by S.M.Reine. This book could fit the last question, but I am placing it here because I was confused as to what happened to our characters from the original Seasons of the Moon series to the Cain Chronicles. I was confused as to what happened to create this drastic change between the two series. I also felt as though we were regrowing the characters back into their old selves.  This change of character’s mannerisms, confused me so much, that I was disappointed in the book.

  1. What book made you feel satisfied?

Recently, It is I Killed the Mockingbird by Paula Acampora. I really loved this book and enjoyed it immensely. I was even satisfied with the ending in how everything work out.

The other book that made me feel satisfied is Inkheart by Cornelia Funke.  I must say that it is a long book with very fine font. There were moments that I realized that I spent hours reading the book, and I did not move anywhere. I was so glad when I was finally able finish the book. I felt as though I accomplished so much, just by finishing the book.

  1. What book made you feel like you could really relate to the main character?

Lizzie from Lovestruck in London by Rachel Schurig. Lizzie and I have a lot of the same mannerisms when it comes to school and family, such as needing to please people and having to do well in school. However, we are different in the majors that we enjoy studying.  

I do hope that you enjoyed the tag as much as I enjoyed making it. I do hope that your weekend went amazing and that you enjoyed your many adventures. Happy Reading!


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