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Yay, more tags! Thank you to Ryann the Reader for tagging me to do this post. It looks like a lot of fun, although I would never really burn a book… maybe just donate to a charity shop lol.
- Randomly choose 3 books (Tip: Use the “Sort > Random” option at the bottom of your Goodreads’ Read shelf.).
- For each group, decide which book to burn, which one to rewrite, and which to reread (a lot like Kill, Kiss, Marry).
- Repeat until you completed three rounds
Burn: The Good Kind of Bad by Rita Brassington.
I almost chose to rewrite this one, but thinking back to it, there’s a lot I would have had to change. All the characters, for one, plus most of the plot. Don’t get me wrong, this novel was enjoyable to read at the time, even if it was slightly too long, but it’s left no lasting effect on me.
Rewrite: Younger by Suzanna Munshower
This was actually a really fun book, but it could have been made better with a few different plot devices. I thoroughly enjoyed this novel but a rewrite could definitely make it better!
Reread: The Supernatural Enhancements by Edgar Cantero
This book is so unique and different that I’d really enjoy reading it again. Not only did it have a fun and interesting story line, but I bet if I read it back I could pick up on things I’d missed the first time round!
Burn: The Never List by Koethi Zan
I didn’t enjoy this book. I didn’t even end up finishing it (does that still count as read, probably not but hey… it’s there on my shelf). I couldn’t get on with the writing style and I thought the story and characters we pretty stupid from page one. This was an easy choice!
Rewrite: Zodiac by Sam Wilson
This could have been such an amazing and unique novel, but it was a tricky one to write and Wilson totally missed the mark. A rewrite could make this novel into something spectacular!
Reread: George’s Marvellous Medicine by Roald Dahl
I have such fond memories of reading this book as a child. Dahl’s work in literature is a milestone in so many children’s lives, it’s something that bonds us all together. Why would I want to do anything but reread a masterpiece like this?
Burn: The Merciless by Danielle Vega
Ugh, this book. I was so excited to read this but it was so immature that I ended up pretty much hating it. Definitely worth a burn.
Rewrite: The Girl in the Red Coat by Kate Hamer
It was hard to chose between the remaining two book because I probably enjoyed them about exactly the same. The only reason I have chosen to rewrite this is because there were a couple of chapters at the end that I felt were unnecessary.
Reread: Missing, Presumed by Susie Steiner
I would most likely never reread this type of police procedural novel but I did actually really enjoy this novel! It was very funny and I’m looking forward to reading the next in the series!
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