The Captain America Book Tag

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This tag called to me as soon as I saw it the first time. Captain America is my favorite of the Avengers, in part because Bucky Barnes/The Winter Soldier is my favorite Marvel character and he’s in all of Cap’s movies. Regardless, I knew I had to do this tag ASAP. This tag was originally created by Morgan at Gone With The Words.  I also owe credit to her for the tag graphic above.

This post is very image heavy because this is my absolute favorite fandom and I couldn’t help myself. You’ve been warned. This might be the longest I’ve ever spent working on a post.

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Steve Rogers/Captain America: a book with a big character transformation


Calaena’s transformation into Aelin over the course of the Throne of Glass series is incredible. I still need to read Queen of Shadows and I can’t wait to see what happens next.


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Peggy Carter: a book with a strong female protagonist


Vin from the Mistborn trilogy is the most badass of badass female characters.  She’s fierce, smart, and unapologetic and I love that about her.


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Bucky Barnes: a book with your ultimate BROTP


I absolutely love Kell and Rhy’s relationship in A Darker Shade of Magic. They are actual brothers, but they’re also each other’s best friend. I still need to pick up the second book in the series, but I’ve read ADSOM twice already and it gets better every time. Check out the playlist I made for the book here.


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Howling Commandos: a book with squad goals


I’ve only read Cinder and Scarlett so far, but the cast of characters in The Lunar Chronicles gets better with each book.


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Red Skull: a book with a cliche plot

Twilight! There is instalove, the “plain” girl who falls for the mysterious gorgeous boy, a love triangle, and so many more. To be fair this book is old enough that it’s practically the origin for a lot of these cliched tropes.

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Natasha Romanoff: a book with a snarky side character


Harry Potter is crammed full of amazing sarcastic, hilarious characters.  All of the Weasleys have snark down to an art, but Fred and George are the kings.


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Sam Wilson: a book with a friendship meet cute.


In Roomies, Elizabeth and Lauren become friends through emails after they find out they will be roommates when they start college in the fall.


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Winter Soldier: a book with a great twist (plot twist or retelling)


The Eye of Minds is kind of like a Ready Player One for the YA crowd. It follows three teen hackers who spend their days in a virtual reality world. has so many twists and turns and it kept me on the edge of my seat the entire time.


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I’m Just A Kid from Brooklyn: a book with a memorable setting/character backstory


I picked up Ashfall because it becomes in the town where I live.  It takes place during and in the aftermath of the fictional eruption of the supervolcano under Yellowstone. It’s fascinating dystopian world and this series has stuck with me because there’s a real possibility that the volcano could erupt during our lifetime.


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Do You Two…. Fondue?: a book with a love triangle


I LOVE This Song Is (Not) for You. I don’t think I’d exactly classify it as a love triangle based on the ending (which I loved), but it’s a really great book regardless. And it has an asexual character!


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You’ve Been Asleep, Cap: a book you love with a dual timeline/time travel


The Time Traveler’s Wife has a dual timeline and deals with time travel.  I read this book a long time ago and it’s still one of my favorites.  I need to check out more from this author


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Til The End Of The Line: a book with the OTP to end all OTPs


Feyre and Rhysand in A Court of Mist and Fury are my ultimate book OTP right now.  He was my favorite character in ACOTAR so I was really excited when he got a bigger role in the second book.


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I Had A Date: a book with a cliffhanger


Thankfully I was really late jumping on the Hunger Games bandwagon, so when I finished Catching Fire I already had Mockingjay in my possession to continue on immediately.


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I Understood That Reference: a book with a pop culture reference


My cousin read My Kind of Crazy before me, and multiple times while he was reading, he’d crack up at a pop culture reference that he knew I’d totally love.  There’s a nod to 5SOS and a jab at DC Comics, both of which I really appreciated.


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This post took me SO LONG to format RIP.

Like always, consider yourself tagged if this sounds like a fun one to you 🙂 


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