What Cats Do Book Tag

I was tagged for the What Cats Do Book Tag by Faith from Adventuring Girl and because I love cats and books, I decided to give it a go! Thank you, Faith for tagging me!


  1. Credit Kate
  2. Answer the questions
  3. And tag as many people as you like


Purr – as cats do when they’re happy or relaxed, what is the book that makes you happy or relaxed?


Sometimes the best thing is just to read some romantic, slightly cliché book and relax. I don’t do it often, but sometimes. Isla and the Happily Ever After is definitely one of those sappy books that makes me happy.

Sleep – what is a book that put you to sleep, or was just boring?


SeQuence was just so boring… Sorry.

Twitch While Dreaming – have you ever dreamt of a book you read?

Not that I can remember. I did once dream about Ink and Bone by Rachel Caine, which I haven’t read but I dreamt that the writer was about to give me a copy of her book and then she decided to give it so someone else :/

Seems to Play Nice…until the claws are out – which book had the biggest plot twist?


Plot twists don’t get much bigger than the one in Red Queen!

Cuddles – which book character would you (want to) give a hug to?


My answer to this question will forever and always be Oskar from Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. Please let me hug Oskar, okay, he needs it so much.

Catnip – what’s a book that made you have warm and fuzzy feels?


The Color Project gave me a lot of fuzzy feels!

Cat Breeds – what are your favorite books?

Both Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close and The Serpent King have a special place in my heart.

The Vet’s Office – least favorite book.


I don’t really have one least favourite book but The Way Back Home gets pretty damn close.

Being in Places They Shouldn’t – least favorite cliche.


I have very many pet peeves and 99% of them are related to love-stories. I don’t like love triangles and insta-love, but what I hate even more is the “sort of plain, insecure girl who desperately needs a boyfriend”. I hate that it undermines the whole idea of that you’re your own person and that don’t need anyone to feel complete. I hate that so so much. (I didn’t hate this book (at all), I just hated that aspect of it).

The Good Old Cardboard Box – most underrated book series.

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor the wolves of mercy falls series

The Wolves of Mercy Falls is such an underrated Maggie Stiefvater series. I adored these books so much and I think I always will.


What’s your least favourite cliché? Which character would you want to give a hug?

If you want to do this tag, go for it! I am not tagging anyone in particular but you’re open to do it as you please!

23 thoughts on “What Cats Do Book Tag

    1. Red Queen is really good! I loved it, sadly I didn’t like the second book in the series as much but the first one was really good!
      Yay! I love the Wolves of Mercy Falls!


    1. Ahh yes TSK 😍😍 (I plan on rereading soon!)
      I just started ADSOM but Holland has barely made the page yet, I’d love to get to know him better!


  1. What a fun tag! The sound of the plot twist in Red Queen has me thinking maybe I should take another look at that one? And The serpent King does seem to get a lot of love… I haven’t read any of his books yet.

    Least favorite cliche? Ooh that’s tough but I might go with love triangle? I’m really not a fan of those… 🙂


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    1. I really liked Red Queen but I didn’t like Glass Sword (the sequel) at all… so idk you can always try and see?
      The Serpent King was seriously amazing I love that books so much. I’ve also read his other book, Goodbye Days but I liked it a bit less.
      Love triangles are the worst! I definitely agree on that!


  2. Ooh I haven’t heard of a lot of these books! I’d especially like to check out Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (although also noo why does Oskar need hugs?!? what things lie in store for me?) I agree, when I want to relax I do really enjoy reading slightly cliched & sappy books; they just make me feel all warm and comforted. I haven’t read The Wolves of Mercy Falls either so maybe I should try them!

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    1. Well… his dad died in 9/11 (this is not a spoiler, Oskar literally goes to his funeral on the first page) and he’s pretty much afraid of everything.
      Yes cliche and sappy books are perfect for relaxation, I think you’ll like the Wolves of Mercy Falls then 🙂

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