Harry Potter Spells Book Tag


Thank you to Miriam @ Shadowriverdaleharley for tagging me for the Harry Potter Spells Book Tag! I think this is a great tag to highlight different books that I’ve read in the past!

1. Accio – the summoning charm. An upcoming release you cannot wait to get your hands on.

I can’t wait for Karin Slaughter’s new stand alone – August 21st!

Pieces of Her

2. Alohamora – the unlocking charm. Favourite series starter.

I loved everything about The Hunger Games (the first book in the series) and it still remains my favourite book in the series.


The Hunger Games


3. Cheering Charm. A book that gave you all the warm fuzzies.

I re-read The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants this year and there was so many fond memories that reminded me of my oldest and bestest friends.

The Sisterhood

4. Aguamenti – water-making spell. A book that made you ugly cry.

Such an ugly cry, omg that ending…

My Sister's keeper

5. Expecto Patronum – the patronus charm. A bookish hero or heroine you’d want around to protect you in real life.

Harry Potter!

Harry Potter

6. Lumos – creates light. A book you intentionally spoiled for yourself.

I read a Court of Thorns and Roses and then read spoilers for the other 2 books, which I most likely won’t read.

A Court of Throns

7. Imperio – the imperius curse. A book you wish you could make everyone read because you love it so much.

One of my favourite thrillers and I feel like everyone needs to read it!

Before I Go to Sleep

8. Engorgio – engorgement charm. A book series you wish never ended.

I could read 20 more Harry Potter books!

Harry Potter

9. Wingardium Leviosa – levitation charm. A book with an uplifting mood or message.

Love this book, so many inspiring women!

The Help1

10. Obliviate – memory charm. A book you wish you could forget you ever read.

I hated this book and every time I think about it, it makes me angry for the time I wasted reading it. Thankfully it was a very short read!

113 Minutes.jpg

11. Anapneo – clears the target’s airways. An author whose books always get you out of a slump.

Karin Slaughter all the way!

Pretty Girls

12. Jelly Legs Jinx. A swoon-worthy hero or heroine.

I don’t know if swoon is the right word, but I love Myron Bolitar! And he reminds me of my husband!

Deal Breaker.jpg

13. Arresto Momentum – slows down the target. A book that caused you to drop everything and read it.

Anything Liane Moriarty! I always read her books so quickly since I can never put them down!

Liane Moriarty

14. Crucio – the cruciatus curse. A book that was painful to read.

This series got so painful to read.


15. Rictumsempra – the tickling charm. A book that made you laugh out loud.

Starting from the dedications page, I was laughing the whole time!

Play Dead2

16. Expelliarmus – disarming charm. A book that made you want to send it flying.

Hated everything about this book, especially the lack of conclusion.

The Best Kind of People.jpg

17. Portus – turns an object into a portkey. Bookish world you wish you could visit.

I would be happy just to visit London to see everything Harry Potter related!

Harry Potter

18. Stupefy – stunning spell. A book with a shocking twist or ending.

I loved that I knew it was a crazy ending going in, but I never expected it to be that crazy!

Behind Her Eyes.jpg

19. Avada Kadavra – the killing curse. A character death that destroyed you.

I still remember one character’s death in this novel that just shocked me. I think it was because it was so out of the blue.

Friends Forever

20. Finite Incantatum – terminates all spells in the area. Best series conclusion.

I feel like I can’t go with Harry Potter again, so I’ll go with the Lunar Chronicles ending. I loved how you got to see all of the characters again and see how their stories were concluded.


I nominate the below bloggers and anyone else who wants to take on this book tag!

Berit & Vicci @ Audio Killed the Bookmark

Amalia @ The Opinionated Reader

Sandy @ Sandy’s Book a Day

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