I was tagged by Laura @ The Book Corps to do this really fun tag, which I have seen around and it’s always so fun to read what people answer! It took me literally half a year to answer the tag, but here I am!
- Randomly choose 3 books
- For each group, decide which book to burn, which one to rewrite, and which to reread
- Repeat until you’ve completed six rounds (or however many rounds you want to do)
Burn: This is an easy one! PESTILENCE.
Rewrite: The Immortalists. I loved this book, actually, so I suppose I would change it just a little. I’d love to have more magic in it, not just that little sprinkling of magical realism.
Re-read: Watch Me! This was so creepy a read!!
Burn: This is hurtful but… When Dimple Met Rishi. I KNOW. But the other two books are so amazing.
Rewrite: The Italian Teacher. I love a good historical fiction about art, but this was slightly too slow at times. So I would shorten the story a bit and make it even more emotional.
Re-read: I LOVE this book!
Burn: The Doll House. This was an easy pick… since the other two are books I loved so much!
Rewrite: A River in Darkness. This was such an interesting read, I wish there was a little more. A few more stories.
Re-read: Circe! I’ve read this one recently and I LOVED it.
Burn: This is such a difficult choice. I loved Trespassing, but one must go, and I have other thrillers that I loved more.
Rewrite: China Rich Girlfriend. This book is GREAT, but it could definitely do with a little less describing luxurious areas and a little more Kitty.
Re-read: A Court of Mist and Fury. This book is addictive. I actually need to re-read it soon.
Burn: As Good As True. It was just not as good as I’d hoped.
Rewrite: My Sister’s Grave. I enjoyed the read, but it was so, so predictable. I wish it had been a little less following the script!
Re-read: 180 seconds! Such a cute, cute book.
Burn: I didn’t dislike this book, but I didn’t love it either. So… it must go!
Rewrite: Angelfall. I LOVED this book, but I’d love it to be a bit less YA, which is, well, unreasonable for a YA book. But I’d love if this book had been adult fiction.
Re-read: Never Let Me Go. Such a masterpiece.