Burn, Rewrite or Reread Book Tag


So, Analee @Book Snacks tagged me for the Burn, Rewrite or Reread Book Tag and it’s definitely going to be a challenge to do this one. For clarification, none of us are really for book burning, it’s just the rules of the game. Speaking of that!

The Instructions

  • Randomly choose 3 books. (Like Analee, I used the random option on Goodreads)
  • 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!

Round 1


Burn: I am so sorry, but out of the three I have to pick Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. I like the way it looks and the idea of the story, but reading it wasn’t all that much fun for me. The thing is, that I can’t really put my finger on what exactly it is that I don’t like, so if I didn’t think that the next book had a lot of potential, I maybe would have rewritten this one.

Rewrite: Wide Awake has so much potential to be really, really inspiring. I am not sure I am the right person to rewrite the book, but maybe with some tinkering it can become a real gem in its genre.

Reread: Clockwork Angel! I love the Infernal Devices as a series and even though I am not big on rereading, this is the only one that I can imagine

Round 2


Burn: As much as I like and even love some of Markus Zusak‘s books, Getting the Girl is not one of them. I couldn’t have cared less about that book to be honest, which is a real shame.

Rewrite: The Perks of Being a Wallflower is basically a teen classic, but somehow I didn’t find the way it was written very engaging. So, that is the reason why I chose for that one to be rewritten. I would probably keep the epistolary style, but I would try and make it more … I don’t know teen-language-ish?

Reread: The Bad Beginning is the beginning of one of my favourite childhood series. I’ve been thinking about whether I should try and re-experience this story again, so that would be my chance to do so!

Round 3


Burn: This is by far the most difficult trio for me. In the end I chose The Last Unicorn because I would always have the movie, even if the book was gone. I don’t want it gone, but I don’t want any of those books gone …

Rewrite: Maybe The Lovely Bones? I loved that book, I can’t remember anything I didn’t really like, so it’s a bit difficult to say why I would choose it. Maybe I would try and make it more happy? That would totally ruin the spirit of the story, but I want everyone happy in the end …

Reread: I was in love with The Fault In Our Stars and it’s a book with some of my favourite quotes. I wouldn’t change it, no matter how tragic and sad it is. Despite it being far from a happy ending, this book just gives you such a positive feeling, you equally laugh and cry (at least I did). I don’t want to mess with that and therefore I’d rather read it again.

I Tag Thee!

I have no idea who has done this tag and who hasn’t! So, if you feel like this is something you would enjoy. CONSIDER YOURSELF TAGGED!

February 2016 TBR


As promised in yesterday’s Wrap-Up, here is this month’s TBR! I am going to aim high again, because it surely doesn’t hurt to plan to read a lot. As I’ve mentioned, I am starting work though, so no promises from my side. Here is my target book count for February:

  • The Rest of Us Just Live Here by Patrick Ness
    This is my first Patrick Ness book and I am really excited. I’ve heard people saying that it’s not his best work though, so I am keeping my expectations in check! I will buddy read it with Marie @Drizzle and Hurricane Books and it’s all very informal with us discussing on Twitter. So, if you want to join in with us you are more than welcome to.
  • Lock & Mori by Heather W. Petty
    I wanted this book for so long! Contemporary Sherlock stories are the best! (Hopefully that’s true!)
  • Trial by Fire by Josephine Angelini
    I bought this book because I fell in love with the cover and when it finally arrived it was even more beautiful than I thought it would be. I have no idea if I will have the same sentiments about the story though, so I haven’t ordered its sequel yet. Let’s all hope together that I will love it!
  • Ten Thousand Skies Above You by Claudia Gray
    I’ve been waiting a long time to get the sequel to A Thousand Pieces of You and will buddy read it with Marie as well. Our schedules are busy, but I am sure we will make it work!
  • Did I Mention I Need You? by Estelle Maskame
    This month we will actually read it! And by we, I mean Cristina @My Tiny Obsessions and I. We were huge fans of the first book in the series, Did I Mention I Love You? so hopefully this one will be equally good.
  • Anything You Want by Geoff Herbach
    I guess it entirely depends on my reading speed if I will get to the book. I am in no particular rush because it’s release is in May, but I would like to read it with Cristina as well, so maybe we will tackle it this month as well!
  • S. by J.J. Abrams/Doug Dorst
    As a little remainder from last month, this book will stay in my TBR as a filler in between books until I finish it.

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Click on the covers if you want to know more about the books! What are you planning to read this month? Share your thoughts in the comments below!