Burn, Re-write or Re-Read Book Tag

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I was sort of tagged by JBelkBooks to do this tag and I think it comes amongst my favourites!

source: pixabay(dot)com 

The Rules:
  • Randomly choose 3 books you’ve read. (Use the ‘random’ option on your Goodreads “read” shelf.*)
  • For each group of three books, decide which book you’d burn, rewrite, or reread. (A lot like “Kiss, Marry, Kill.”)
  • Repeat until you complete three rounds (or five) 
Round One

Burn: Fantastic Mr Fox
Why? 7 year old me was in tears at the idea of fox-hunting, not much has changed 

source: oxford

Re-write: Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier
Why? As much as I loved the story, I'd definitely rewrite it so Maxim wasn't an a****hole/abusive

source: teenlibrarian(dot)com 

Re-Read: Marley and Me 
Why? Well, this one also made me cry but I read the adult version very young and I'd love to see what impact it has on me now.

source: amazon(dot)com 

Round Two:

Burn: The Children of Green Knowe
Why? It is the worst book I have ever read. Ever. Period. Point. No doubts. I was crying that it was so bad, it is the only book I have ever thrown at a wall. I do not regret it.

source: goodreads(dot)com

Rewrite: Looking for Alaska
Why? I'd make Alaska and Miles less like Margo and Quentin

source: notrequiredreading(dot)com 

Re-Read: Startled by His Furry-Shorts
Why? Well, I was on the floor laughing 

source: goodreads(dot)com

Round Three:

Burn: Wreck This Journal
Why? Well, you have to do it anyway 

Rewrite: The Monkey's Paw
Why? It was just too eh
source: amazon(dot)com 

Re-Read: Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
Why? Need a reason? Get out.

source: glee(dot)wikia(dot)com 

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  1. Great tag! I would rewrite Looking For Alaska as well. I liked it, but I didn't love it. It sure did have lotssssss of promise though. :)


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