Burn, Rewrite, or Reread Book Tag

Thanks to Sam @ The Literary Sam for the tag! Go check out her blog, it’s seriously so pretty and her baby is adorable. Sorry this took so long, it’s been a crazy week.

Rules:

  • Randomly choose 3 books (Tip: Use the “Sort > Random” option on your Goodreads’ Read shelf.).
  • For each group, decide which book to burn, which one to rewrite, and which to reread (a lot like Kiss, Marry, Kill).
  • Repeat until you completed three rounds (or five).

Round 1

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Beautiful Player – Christina Lauren

I love this book, and I’ve already mention it a  million times, but I can’ recommend it enough. It is hilarious.

ACOTAR coverRewrite

A Court of Thorns and Roses – Sarah J Maas

I almost feel like it’s blasphemy for saying this, but I think the only thing I’d rewrite is the beginning because the pacing is so slow. Otherwise,  everything else was pretty good.

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Stepbrother with Benefits – Mia Clark

Nothin against this novel, because I enjoyed it, I just didn’t like it as much as the other two, haha.

Round 2

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Beautiful Bastard – Christina Lauren

I promise you, this was all random. Since this is one of my favorite series ever, of course I’m going to have to reread the first book. That, and I actually listened to the first one on audible. I want to go through and highlight stuff.

 

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Ink Exchange – Melissa Marr

Honestly, I don’t even know what I would rewrite in this book or what I’d change. Sucky answer, I know.

 

 

 

Burn

Loving Lawson – R.J. Lewis

This is another one that I didn’t dislike (I actually really enjoyed it) but between the three, it’s the most expendable (I feel horrible saying that). I still highly recommend it!

Round 3

Reread

24504274Pucked – Helena Hunting

I love this book. So much. It’s hilarious and the MC has serious word diarrhea. There are some serious moments of secondhand embarrassment in this one, but so worth it.

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The Maze Runner – James Dashner

So, the lack of answers in this book (at first) was incredibly frustrating. I’d probably change that and get rid of the language the boys speak. I personally don’t think it added anything to the story,  and that there were other ways to drive the point home that they’d been there a while.

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Blonde Ambition – Zoey Dean

It has been so long since I read this book that it probably wouldn’t hurt me too much if I had to burn. (I’m sorry Zoey Dean!) It also has the lowest rating out of these three, so by natural selection this one is out.

 

 

I Tag:

The Orang-utan Librarian

Carrie @ Reading is My SuperPower

Nazahet @ Read Diverse Books

Kamilah @ The Bookish Mirage

Lauren @ Wonderless Reviews

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12 thoughts on “Burn, Rewrite, or Reread Book Tag

  1. samfalston says:

    Thanks for the shoutout 🙂
    I like your answers, I agree Ink Exchange could use a rewrite, the concept was interesting but I had a hard time engaging with the story and the characters.

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