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The Nope Book Tag

Hi everyone, I hope you’re all having an amazing day.

I was tagged by the lovely Andrea from Andrea’s Nirvana to do the Nope Book Tag. You should all go check out her blog if you haven’t already as its brilliant.

Nope Ending: A book ending that made you go nope either in denial, rage, or simply because the ending was crappy.


The ending of this series was extremely anti climatic and I was disappointed in it especially as I loved the previous book.

Nope Protagonist: A main character you dislike and drives you crazy.


I enjoyed this series but I hated Xandra the main character as I felt she was extremely annoying and up herself.

Nope Series: A series that turned out to be one huge pile of nope after you’ve invested all of that time and energy on it, or a series you gave up on because it wasn’t worth it anymore.

I don’t have an answer for this one as I haven’t read a series that I loved at the beginning and hated by the end.

Nope Popular pairing: A “ship” you don’t support.


Aelin and Rowan from the Throne of Glass season for the one reason that I HATE Rowan Whitethorn.

Nope Plot twist: A plot twist you didn’t see coming or didn’t like.


I just recently finished this book and did not see that massive twist coming, though it was a really great twist.

Nope Protagonist action/decision: A character decision that made you shake your head nope.


There are so many but one that made me want to throw my book at the wall (luckily I didn’t as I was reading on my kindle) was in the fifth Mortal Instruments book. I don’t want to spoil much but it was when Alec met up with a certain vampire behind a certain someone’s back and the event that this led to happening.

Nope Genre: A genre you will never read.

Crime thrillers I have absolutely no interest in this genres.

Nope Book format: Book formatting you hate and avoid buying until it comes out in a different edition.

The only book formatting I don’t like is audiobooks as I prefer to read a book rather than have it read to me and I can’t completely focus on the book in audio form.

Nope Trope: A trope that makes you go nope.

The not like other girls trope.

Nope Recommendation: A book recommendation that is constantly hyped and pushed at you that you simply refuse to read.


The Percy Jackson series. Lots of people seem to love these books and my best friend is obsessed but I have no interest what so ever in them.

Nope Cliché/pet peeve: A cliché or writing pet peeve that always makes you roll your eyes.

The “I released a breath I didn’t know I was holding” one. Its in almost every book I’ve read and at this point is just really annoying.

Nope Love interest: The love interest that’s not worthy of being one. A character you don’t think should have been a viable love interest.


Tamlin is a overprotective, selfish douche and he did not deserve Feyre.

Nope Book: A book that shouldn’t have existed that made you say nope.


The Cone Gatherers by Robin Jenkins. I had to read this book for Higher English at school and I hated every word of it.

Nope Villain: A scary villain/antagonist you would hate to cross and would make you run in the opposite direction.


Amarantha is from A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas pretty damn terrifying.

Nope Death: A character death that still haunts you.


There are so many but I would have to picked the one in Clockwork Princess. I won’t name names but if you have read the book then you know who I’m talking about.

Nope Author: An author you had a bad experience reading for and have decided to quit.

For this one I would have to pick Robin Jenkins the author of The Cone Gatherers.


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20 thoughts on “The Nope Book Tag

  1. I agree with you on Amarantha! Normally I like/love the villains of the books I am reading. But this one she was super terrifying and intimidating.

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  2. Oooh, definitely agree on Tamlin and Amarantha situation… Big nopes from me as well :)) hope you enjoyed! Love your answers 🙈💛

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