Tay Tay is back with the best. song. ever.
Seriously, it broke the single day streaming record because of its awesomeness. We know you’re listening to “Look What You Made Me Do” on repeat right now, so we paired our favorite lines from the song with some of our favorite books.
Keep your headphones on and grab one of these great books that go perfectly with the lyrics to this perfect song.
This is the story of what happens when five strangers walk into detention and only four walk out alive. Everyone is a suspect, and everyone has something to hide, but everyone can agree that this song lyric is perfect, and that this book is on fire.
What happens when the past comes back to haunt you? We get this book which is about uncovering dangerous family secrets, and a new killer song from Taylor Swift. Emphasis on “killer.”
This is the mic drop moment of the song, and What Happened to Goodbye is basically one big mic drop. Mclean has spent the past few years pretending to be so many different people that she doesn’t even remember who she is anymore. Will she finally get to be herself? Tay, we hope that’s what you’re doing here.
Beware the wrath of T. Swift after a break up, and always beware the wrath of teenage girls. This is the lesson we learn in this book about being a new girl in a small town where appearances can be deceiving.
Mare is forced to conceal her red blood and her powers as she pretends to be a long lost silver-blooded noble, while secretly plotting the red rebellion to take down the crown. Is this entire song actually the plot of Red Queen?
Dude. This book is all about Drama AND Karma. Not only did Gemma just get dumped, but now she is back in the Hamptons, risking running into her former best friend whose life she ruined. But people don’t hold grudges forever do they, Taylor?
Remember when Taylor was a country singer? While we’re digging her musical transformations, the transformations of the main character in this book are pretty scary. She will do anything (literally anything) to become someone else. Read this book, but do not trust her.
Tay would actually make a pretty awesome character in a teen slasher movie, dontcha think? This book is basically a YA version of the movie Scream, and we dig it. It has everything for the makings of a perfect campy horror flick—a new girl in a small town, a series of grotesque murders, a killer on the loose. Now, that is what we call “Bad Blood.” See what we did there?
This one is our favorite because…Underlined. Obvi.