Disney Princess Book Tag

I saw this really fun tag from Sophie’s blog and I know I have to tag myself to do this!

The Rules

  • Mention where you saw the tag/thank whoever tagged you because that’s always good fun
  • Tag Book Princess Reviews and Zuky with our posts so we can check out the wonderful Princess fun throughout the blog world (Book Princess Reviews is this link and Zuky’s is here)
  • Play a game of tag at the end!


Snow White


This Book (like the Movie) Started It All

Favorite Debut Book From an Author

My favorite debut is no doubt Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi. It’s written fantastically it’s hard to believe that it’s her first book.



cinderella tag

A Diamond in the Rough

Just Like Cinderella, You Either Didn’t Expect Much Out of This Character in the Beginning But Turned Out to Be a Total Jem 
Oh God, this is how I felt about Darayavahoush, a bad tempered Daeva from The City of Brass book, but as the story progress you could see the scars and all the loves in his heart.


auroraSleeping Beauty

A Book That Makes You Sleepy or Just Could Not Hold Your Attention
I usually never get bored when it comes to middle grade fantasy, but this one is just too weird and slooow, the writing is very whimsical, but the story isn’t that bad. It’s just hard to get into this book.


ariel tag

Under the Sea

A Book With a Water/Ocean Setting
Magnus Chase and the Ship of the Dead. The third and final installment from Magnus Chase series.
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belle tagBeauty and the Books

Name a Book With the Best Bookworm/Book Lover
There’s no one better than Hermione for this one!


jasmineThe Thief and the Princess

Name Book with an Unlikely Love Story (Either in Terms of Romance
or a Book You Didn’t Expect to Love So Much)
When I was younger, I love Djinn themed books, my favorite was Bartimaeus trilogy. And then I heard that The City of Brass is also Djinn themed so I decided to give it a try with no expectation at all, turns out I really love this book, in fact it has become my new favorite series.



The Real Life Princess

Name a Book that is Based on a Real Life Person You Want to Read/Have Read
I don’t think I ever read a book based on a real person, I want to if it’s good, but I don’t have anything in my head right now.


mulanThe Princess that Saved Her Country

Wonder Woman: Warbringer. The princess of Themyscira who save their island.



tiana tagThe Princess With The Coolest And Most Diverse Crew

This category fit perfectly for The Rampion Crew, there are a cyborg mechanic who’s also a princess, an Asian-ish prince, a French farm girl, a werewolf, an alien tech girl, a criminal (a handsome one), a lunatic princess and her guardian, and an amazing android.



rapunzelLet Your Longggggg Hair Down

Name the Longest Book You’ve Ever Read
I’ve spent nearly two weeks to finally finished this book, not because it’s long, but let’s be honest, it’s hard to read this book for the first time with such unique format and so many terms that I don’t understand.


meridaI Determine My Own Fate

A Book Where There is No Love Story/Interest or Isn’t Needed
Love, Sugar, Magic. This book has no love story and doesn’t need one because it’s sweet already!


Frozen Hearts

A Book in a Winter/Cold Setting
Nevermoor! It’s not entirely set in winter but there’s this epic white christmas scene in this book that I can’t get over with!




How Far I’ll Go

A Character That Goes on a Journey

Ummm… basically all of Rick Riordan’s characters?

Have you ever read any of these books? Which one is your favorite?

18 thoughts on “Disney Princess Book Tag

  1. I love that you did this one! ❤
    City of Brass has been getting so much hype lately… I'm definitely curious! It sounds a lot like the Rebel of the Sands trilogy with the Djinn concept so maybe you'd like that one as well? I'm on book two and I'm enjoying it so far, though it's not my favourite.
    Hope you get to pick it up! Also, gorgeous photos *_*

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    1. Aww thank you so much! I love doing tags! I’ve seen The Rebel of the Sands and WHAT? I didn’t realized that the book is involving Djinn. Thank you for pointing it out!


    1. You should do one too, it’s a really fun tag! GOD, CoBB is a truly masterpiece! I’d like to hear your opinion once you’e finished it!


  2. Love your pictures here! I’m so glad children of blood and bone is so good- I’m really looking forward to it!! I loved the Bartimaeus series!!! Just your mentioning it makes me excited for city of brass 🙂 And the Rampion Crew is fantastic 😀


    1. Thank you so much! CoBB is a truly masterpiece! OMG I’m glad I met you, Barty is such a gem I miss him, maybe I’m gonna re read the series soon because I read it maybe 10 years ago. And you should totally pick The City of Brass, it’s like the Young Adult version of Bartimaeus trilogy in a more complex story, you’re gonna love it!

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  3. Omigosh, your answers were so much to read!! Your pictures are GORGEOUS. I got so distracted staring at all of the pretty pictures. I do agree about Illuminae. It took me super long to get into it as well because there was so many things going on that I just didn’t understand. The first 100 pages were all confusion for me. And the Rampion crew is just the bestttttttt! Wonderful answers, and thanks so much for doing the tag!! ❤


    1. Thank you so much Mandy! I love this tag! I know right, it’s super hard for me to get through the first 100 pages!


  4. Loved your responses! I have barely read any of the books you mentioned though.. shame on me. I really want to read Wonder Woman: Warbringer and Children of Blood and Bone asap. Also, those photos are STUNNING.

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