Gilmore Girls Book Tag


Gilmore Girls is back! Right now I'm halfway through watching the revival and oh-my-god is it amazing. It is amazing, right? I saw this book tag floating around on BookTube and in the blogging community and just had to give it a go.

1. "I just got hit by a deer" - character having the worst day ever.

Romy Grey in All The Rage. Accused of lying about being raped, she's at risk of being sexually assualted again and no one even believing her.

2. Stars Hollow - wildly eccentric cast.

The girls in Emma Cline's novel The Girls. They're like a cult. They're bizarre and seemingly void of all emotion.

3. COFFEE - a book/character you're addicted to.

A book I can read over and over again and never get tired of is Twilight. It's easy, a tad cringe-y but definitely a step away from reality. If you put your blinders on to any social/ideological issues then it's actually really enjoyable.

4. Kim's Antiques - a world you'd be afraid to enter.


Only Ever Yours by Louise O'Neil is about women who are bred in schools for the sole purpose of existing for me. I don't think there's any way I could cope with that.

5. Luke's Diner - A comfort read.

It's got to be any Morgan Matson book. This year The Unexpected Everything came out and it was 500 pages of sheer bliss. Her writing is consistently comfy - like the best sofa of all time - and her stories are always a safe bet.

6. Emily - the HBIC (Head Bitch In Charge)


Caroline in The Telling. I only just finished this book but that girl can seemingly manipulate any situation in true Emily Gilmore style.

7. Lorelai and Rory - best character dynamic.

Amy and Roger in Amy And Roger's Epic Detour. It's a very Lorelai and Rory thing to do, a road trip! Both pairings bond over music, friendship and travel. Seems like a perfect match!

8. "I pushed him in a lake" - book you'd chuck in a lake.


Fifty Shades Of Grey. It frustrated me how many sales were made off poorly written fan-fiction. I read it a few weeks ago for university and was genuinely horrified at how boring it was. E L James is probably the only writer that can make sex scenes dull!

9. Kirk - the weirdest book you've ever read.

Probably Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov. It doesn't get much weirder than an inappropriate relationship told from the older predator-like male. Especially when his perspective tries to get you on his side...

10. "It's a lifestyle, it's a religion" - a book that means more to you than any other.

It's too hard to choose one book! All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven, Eleanor And Park by Rainbow Rowell and You Will Know Me by Megan Abbott all take the top spot together. 

I hope you enjoyed this tag! Here's where I found it: PrettyDeadlyBlog.

Love, Jess

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