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The Identity Crisis Book Tag

Shaunna at Shaunna Reads recently tagged me in The Identity Crisis Book Tag. It’s a fun tag, even if I haven’t read most of the books that are involved in the tag itself! This is a new tag (created last month!) so I haven’t seen it around much yet.

The rules are:

  1. Take all the quizzes down below and record your answers.
  2. NO CHEATING. You get one shot to take each quiz.
  3. Give credit to the creator Loretta @ The Laughing Listener or tag her on twitter @LaughnListener so she can see everyone’s answers!!
  4. Tag some friends to spread the fun!


Red Queen

Who am I?: You’re Kilorn!

Did you forget about Kilorn? Well you shouldn’t have! He may not be the center of attention but he has stuck by Mare since day one and didn’t even hesitate to join the Scarlet Guard. Just like Kilorn, your loyalty and bravery are your most admirable qualities. Rise, Red as the Dawn!

Um, okay. I haven’t read this series and don’t intend to, but I can go with the loyalty part. (The bravery not so much.)



Who am I?: You’re Charlotte Branwell & Mark Blackthorn!

You may be underestimated and some may count you out, but you’re a serious person when you need to be, and take responsibility very seriously. You’re incredibly loyal (though it may not seem like it at times), and your friends are lucky to have you.

Loyalty seems to be a theme so far. I wonder if this would have had the same answer if I had known enough about the Shadowhunters series to actually make an informed decision about my pick of Shadowhunters ship? (There were several answers that I picked randomly since I don’t know the series.)


Throne of Glass

Who am I?: You would be a combination of Dorian and Nesryn!

Shockingly, you’re an overwhelmingly sarcastic bookworm! You try to look on the brighter side of things, but your snarky sense of humor hides depths of concern. You’re probably the most responsible of your friends, as they know they can always count on you.

Yeah… I don’t think anyone who reads my blog would be surprised to her me described as an “overwhelmingly sarcastic bookworm.” Though I have no idea who Dorian and Nesryn are.


The Hunger Games

Who am I?: You got: Cinna!

You don’t need to be loud and flamboyant to be popular. Your loving nature and easy personality make people warm to you. You’re creative and have many hidden talents, and although you’re not a big fighter you’ll always play a big part in peoples’ lives.

Hey look! A quiz where I have read the book and know who this is! And it’s surprisingly accurate. Cinna is a character I always especially liked in the books. I could see myself doing hidden helpful things instead of big obvious rebellious stuff. (I’m a Ravenclaw, not a Griffindor.)


Harry Potter

Who am I?: You got: Fred Weasley

You’re the life of the party! You never take things too seriously and can diffuse tense situations with your sense of humor. You might not be top of your class, but your creativity and wit are the reasons for your success.

Yay! Another one where I know the books and characters! But that said… THIS IS NOT ME AT ALL. Well, maybe except for the creativity and wit part. But I usually was near the top of my class. And I generally try to avoid parties, so there’s no way I’m the life of the party. Also, Fred is definitely a Griffindor, and I am most certainly not. (Griffindor is the house I think I belong in the least, but that’s another quiz for another day.)


A Court of Thorns and Roses

Who am I?: You got: Rhysand, High Lord of the Night Court

A prince of darkness with a heart of gold, you’re the most powerful High Lord in Prythian. Despite your smoldering good looks and mind-crushing powers, you still manage to make time to appreciate art and nature a few close friendships. You’d give your life for those you love, and sell your soul to keep them safe.

Back to books I haven’t read and don’t intend to. But yes, this does ring true at the end: my family and close friends are dearly important to me.


The Raven Cycle

Who am I?: You got: Blue Sargent

You are outspoken, and walk to the beat of your own drum. You’ve always been different, and take pride in your individualistic nature. Although you try to maintain a rebellious streak, you are consistently told that you are sensible. Remember, don’t kiss any strange boys!

Um, okay? I am usually told that I am sensible, but I’ve never tried to be anything else. While I agree with the individualistic part, I very much disagree with the outspoken part. This one is still officially on my TBR, but I haven’t read it yet and it’s been waiting for so long that I might just give up on the idea of reading it.



Who am I?: You got: Edward Cullen

Stunning, charismatic, mysterious, cold, warm, serious, funny — my oh my, you’re quite the package deal. Tell me, have you become accustomed to people fainting when you enter a room? You’re Edward Cullen, and you’re loyal to such a degree that no being will ever hurt the ones you love.

I prefer him as Cedric Diggory, personally, but okay.


Folk of the Air

Who am I?: You are Vivi!

You have a can-do attitude and others may come to you to seek advice. You just want a normal life and spend a lot of time at Target.

This series is still on the TBR, but I know nothing about it. I completely agree, though, I do want a normal life and to spend time at Target. (Target has books. And a cafe. There are worse places to go.)


The Lunar Chronicles

Who am I?: You are Captain Carswell Thorne!

He is a deserter of the military of the American Republic and wanted for theft internationally. He is very cocky and flirtatious with everyone and tries to make light of most situations. He insists on being called Captain even though he is still a “cadet.”

And we get to end the tag with a series I haven’t read but want to! Though… that is very much NOT me. Flirtatious? Theft? Military? Yeah… nope.

I tag:

As always, though no pressure! And if I didn’t tag you but you want to do the tag, link back to this post so that I can see your results!

So, of ten series, I’ve read two and have three on the TBR. That leaves half of them that I’m not interested in. However, even so, I did find this tag highly amusing! Thanks for the tag, Shaunna!

20 thoughts on “The Identity Crisis Book Tag

  1. I’ve read read 2 of these books- Red Queen and ACOTAR, and of course, I didn’t recognize the character in any of the series I was familiar with! lol Fun game.

  2. This sounds fun, but I’m going to be like you where I’ve only read some of these books and will have no idea who the characters are. Still, it sounds fun and I can add it to my extra Sunday posts. 🙂

    1. The most fun part for me was reading the silly questions that the quizzes used to determine where to put you. The “animals with lightsabers” one was particularly fun.

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