Random Recommendation Tag!

Hi guys! So I decided to do the Random Recommendation Tag! It was created by Sean at kingdombookblog

The Rules:

Basically, the tag has a list of 10 prompts and you recommend a book that you think fits that prompt. Your answers can be your very favorite book that fits the prompt, or just a book that you enjoyed and want more people to read. Also, you don’t have to explain your choices but feel free to if you would like.

I tag:

JollyTheGeek: jollythegeek.wordpress.com

Check out his blog! It’s awesome. 

And…Everyone who would like to do it! πŸ™‚ Just post the link to the post in the comments so I can see it!

Prompt 1-Recommend a book with a hilarious male character.


Prompt 2-Recommend a book with a strong female character.


Prompt 3-Recommend a high fantasy book.


Prompt 4-Recommend an underhyped dystopian book.


Define overhyped and dystopian…

Prompt 5-Recommend an amazing book that is over 500 pages.



Prompt 6-Recommend a book for a child between the ages of 8 and 10.


Steve is everywhere! O__O O__O O__O (btw, he’s a cowlick)

Prompt 7-Recommend a book that has a wonderful movie or TV adaptation.


Prompt 8-Recommend a book that came out within the past year.


Prompt 9-Recommend a mystery book that had you on the edge of your seat.


Gosh, I don’t read much mystery…

Prompt 10-Recommend a book that you had to read for school and actually enjoyed.



4 thoughts on “Random Recommendation Tag!

  1. All of those are such great books! I love the Hidden Oracle, KOTLC (obviously), Ella Enchanted, Neverseen… And I absolutely agreed with The Giver. I love that book!

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