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Burn, rewrite, reread [tag]

This is such a fun tag! Thank you to Anna @ Reading Peaches for tagging me!

What you have to do is: randomise your read shelf on goodreads, choose first 3 books & then decide which one and why you want to burn, to rewrite & to reread.

1. White Oleander | Coraline | Night Watch
Night Watch, I just couldn’t get into it
Rewrite: White Oleander, it was great but I love Coraline too much to rewrite it!
Reread: Coraline


2. The Secret Life of Bees | The Miseducation of Cameron Post | Ender’s Game
Oh no this is so difficult… The Secret Life of Bees. Mostly because I read it so long ago that I don’t remember much of it.
The Miseducation of Cameron Post, rewrite it to make me cry less pls.
Ender’s Game, by no means perfect but hey.


3. Empress of the World | Lord of the Flies | The Carnivorous Carnival
Empress of the World was lovely in theory, but I didn’t enjoy the writing at all.
Rewrite: Lord of the Flies, I remember loving this but I haven’t read it in ages and I can’t rewrite Lemony Snicket, sorry!
Reread: The Carnivorous Carnival.


4. The Wide Window | The Little Book of Hygge | A Clash of Kings
The Little Book of Hygge. Sorry! I know people love this, but it felt like something that could have been condensed into an essay rather than written as a whole book imo.
Rewrite: A Clash of Kings, I love this book but like I said–can’t rewrite Snicket!
Reread: The Wide Window.


5. The Subtle Knife | Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance | The Last Animal
Y’all this is… literally the hardest one of the five. Burn The Last Animal, just because it’s the only one of the three without a five star rating from me (I’m so sososo sorry, baby).
Rewrite: Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance.
Reread: The Subtle Knife.


I tag anyone who wants to AGONIZE over hypotheticals. I also tag Wendy @ whatthelog, Rachel @ pace, amore, libri, and Destiny @ Howling Libraries.

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