Classics, Historical-Fic, Tags, YA fantasy

The Fellowship of the Ring Book Tag


Thank you so much to Sahi @myworldofbooks for tagging me on this! I highly recommend checking out her blog, it’s amazing!

Points to Note:

  1. Please pingback to the original post.
  2. Feel free to use the banner at the top in your own post if you feel like it.
  3. Be as creative as you like while interpreting the prompts.
  4. Tag at least 3 people you think would enjoy doing this tag.

GANDALF – A Book that Taught you Something

The Help taught me about the power of friendship, and how many things are possible combined with sweat, tears and sheer hard work.

FRODO – A Book that Left a Mark on you

To Kill a Mockingbird. I think the majority of people who have read this book can agree. There are so many reasons why I love this book so much and why it is so meaningful to me, and if I were to start writing about it then it would occupy several paragraphs and thus making this post incredibly long.

LEGOLAS – A Book you Finished in One Sitting

Back when I had more time (i.e. when I actually had a life), this would be something I accomplished very often. The last book I remember I finished in one sitting was The Archived by Victoria Schwab. I then proceeded to devour majority of the second book and finished off the last few chapters the next day.

GIMLI – A Book that Features an Unlikely Friendship

Charlotte’s Web. I mean who can’t agree that a friendship between a pig and a spider isn’t unlikely?

MERRY – A Book that Pleasantly Surprised you

Treasure Island. I didn’t think I’d like it, it didn’t seem like the sort of book I’d like since I was in the Anne of Green Gables phase at the moment and all I mostly loved were books that were similar to that. But I ended up enjoying it supremely and it’s probably one of my favourite books that demand a reread.

PIPPIN – A Book that Made you Laugh 

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn! This book really surprised me because I had no idea it would be as funny as I found it. I found so many aspects of this book hilarious, most notably Huck Finn himself, and I have to say this book is definitely amongst that unending pile of books to reread.

BOROMIR – A Book/Series That you think Ended Too Soon 

There is only one answer to this – Six of Crows!! Never have I wanted a series to go on more than this one. If Leigh Bardugo ever reconsiders, I think an eight book series would be pure perfection and I doubt anyone will disagree with me on that. We need more of these characters in our bookish lives!!

SAM – A Book with Memorable Side Characters that Stole the Show

Ruin and Rising. NIKOLAI. Is he even a side character? He did become more prominent throughout the series but he wasn’t a main-main character. And I am delighted to know that HIS OWN TRILOGY is coming out soon and I am bouncing off the walls in excitement.

ARAGON – A Book with a Bad/Average Cover

Frankenstein!! Why is he naked. I’m sorry. There may be a good reason for why he’s naked but that doesn’t mean there should be a naked guy on the cover of a famous book. I have no more to say.

GOLLUM – A Book that Had Great Potential But Disappointed you In the End

Ash Princess! It had such a unique premise but there turned out to be a typical YA fantasy book with all the typical features. It wasn’t terrible, but it wasn’t outstanding either. However, I am still going to read the sequel, so that’s something.

I tag…

Ally // thebookprescription // Cait

7 thoughts on “The Fellowship of the Ring Book Tag”

  1. I totally agree that SoC can go on and on in multiple and I would love all of them 😍😍😍 And Nikolai is the best… King of Scars can’t come soon enough…

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  2. Oh my goodness, I forgot Treasure Island even existed! It IS such a good book. And YES to SoC going on…and on…and ON because we all need more of the Dregs! And I have to admit I maaay have screamed NIKOLAI when I saw his name haha😂😂


  3. You’re welcome! Well, I love the movies! 😂OH MY GOSH you must!!! it’s one of my favourite books ever and it just gives me all the feels. I’ve read it 3 times and a 4th reread is in order. the movie is also fabulous but I would recommend reading the book first. excited to see your thoughts on it!!

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