The Office is one of my all time favourite shows so I’m really excited to participate in this tag!
- Michael Scott – A book that tried WAY too hard: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews. Unfortunately this book tried way too hard to be funny but missed the mark for me.
- Dwight Schrute – A book that ended up being a lot more complex than you thought it would be: Turtles all the Way Down by John Green. I didn’t expect anything from this book, especially from the synopsis, but this was WAY more deep than I expected.
- Jim Halpert – YOU in a book. Book/ Character you related to a ton: Eliza and her Monsters by Francesca Zappia. I connected to Eliza so much, even as a 22-year-old I could relate to Eliza and her struggles.
- Pam Beesly – Seriously underrated but amazing book you wish everyone would read: Far from the Tree by Robin Benway. I love this book so much. Beautiful writing, amazing characters, everyone should give this book a chance.
- Ryan Howard – The Intern. A debut novel that impressed you: Dear Martin by Nic Stone. This book might be short but it tells an important story and is incredibly well written. I was so pleased with this book.
- Andy Bernard – Annoying Book/Character you can’t help but love (or not): To all the boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han. Lara Jean was very annoying and immature through most of the trilogy but I couldn’t help but still fall for her charm.
- Robert California – Book/Character/Plot that went over your head or was really confusing: Black Widow: Red Vengeance by Margaret Stohl. I’m not sure if it’s because I lost interest early in or the poor writing but most of this plot went over my head.
- Angela Martin – A book with a plot that didn’t appeal to you in the beginning but you ended up loving: Sapphire Skies by Belinda Alexandra. My Mum bought me this book and I don’t typically read much Historical Fiction so I didn’t think I would like it but I ended up adoring this story.
- Kelly Kapoor – Favourite sassy character: The Gentelman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee. Henry Montague is the king of sass.
- Kevin Malone – A book that features music: The Sky is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson. This is the only book I could think of that features music, I think I need to read more music centered books.
- Phyllis Vance – A book that made you feel warm and fuzzy: The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater. This series feels like home to me and always makes me feel comfortable.
- Oscar Martinez – A book that has an awesome LGBT+ character that defies stereotypes: Autoboyography by Christina Lauren. Tanner is bisexual and is so confident in his sexuality and constantly squashed the stigma around bisexuality.
- Stanley Hudson – A Book/Character that DGAF: A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E Schwab. Lila Bard truly does not give a damn.
- Meredith Palmer – Book you couldn’t stomach (too graphic/violent/romantic/vulgar – or whatever your reason): November 9 by Colleen Hoover. I ended up DNFing this book. Colleen Hoover books are too problematic for me.
- Creed Bratton – A Book/Series that only ever made you ask more questions: The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin. This series has so many plot twists, I had SO many questions.
That was The Office book tag! Thanks for reading, Who’s your favourite character from The Office?
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