I’m about to burn some books! Who is interested??

I’m joking… I’m joking… There is no way I would lay even my nail on a book…

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Sorry for that heart attack. The truth is, I was tagged by not one, but two awesome awesome bloggers, Raven @Dreamy Addictions and Brigitte @ The Book and The Bone, to do this no less amazing tag called The Burn, Rewrite, Reread Book Tag.

Are you ready to fry some books? HOP IN!

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Rules:

  • Randomly choose 3 books (Tip: Use the “Sort > Random” option on your Goodreads’ Read shelf.).
  • 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 (or six).

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Round 1:

1

1. Burn: The Professional by Kresley Cole — The attraction the two main characters is just too sudden and…unrealistic. It’s a bad meh for me.

2. Rewrite: The Glass Magician by Charlie N. Holmberg — I adore the concept of this book. Paper magicians? That’s pretty cool. However, the heroine quite rash to the point that it’s irritated me.

3. Reread: Uncommon Criminals by Ally Carter — Come on, no one can say no to high-class, fancy thieves. 😉

Round 2:

6

1. Burn: The Sky Drifter by Paris Sing — Okay, this is not a bad book, it’s just…not good enough to fight back the next two I about to list. But if you love sci-fi, this book is for you!

2. Rewrite: The Pirate’s Wish by Cassandra Rose Clarke — Uhh, I love the ideas and setting of this book. Though the writing somehow irritated me to the point I almost give it up (I didn’t, thanks God). It would be nice if my problem with the writing can be solved.

3. Reread: H.I.V.E. Higher Institute of Villainous Education by Mark Walden — Aww, I lurrrrrrrv the gripping plot and all the action scenes. It’s basically Hogwarts of High Tech for Villains.

Round 3:

5

1. Burn: Rock Hard by Nalini Singh — I have little memories about this book, except for it’s a rock star kind of romance book (I guess??) and there is a lot of drama.

2. Rewrite: Bully by Penelope Douglas — I really enjoy this book. The only problem I have is that the reason that cause the conflict in this book is a bit too….unrealistic. But if you are a fan of best friends (then enemies) to lovers romance, totally should pick this up!

3. Reread: The Last Echo by Kimberly Derting — The suspension, the supernatural effect, the relationships… everything in this book is perfect.

Round 4:

4

1. Burn: Deadly Little Secret by Laurie Faria Stolarz — I really enjoy Twilight. There, I said it. It’s authentic and was the reason for our new wave of paranormal vampiristic books. However, if you know me, I ugh hate books that are basically wax figures of other well-known books, and that’s what this book is, a Twilight’s wax figure.

2. Rewrite: In Too Deep by Eliza Jane — So here is my problem. I can barely remember what this book is about. I mean, it’s not unlikely for me to forget bits and pieces of books I’ve read, but there is no way I can completely forget about the plot and everything (apparently this is about a hacker). So, in the courtesy of the 3 stars I gave it, rewrite we go. 😉

3. Reread: Dreamology by Luxy Keating — I love love lovelovelove this book. The concept of dream fascinated me, and the writing is super adorable!

Round 5:

3

1. Burn: Marked by P.C. Cast — This book got big love, and I DON’T GET IT! This book is not just a drama queen, it’s a freaking drama empress, and it irritated me to the point I’ve wished several times to strangle it during my read.

2. Rewrite: Ruby Red by Kerstin Gier — I love this book to death, but it got the rewrite spot not only because the next book coming up is like a league above this (sorry), but also I would like our heroine here to be a bit more mature.

3. Reread: The Hero of Ages by Brandon Sanderson — This is freaking Brandon Sanderson with his freaking Mistborn series. You don’t say no to stuff like this. EVER.

Round 6:

2

1. Burn: The Eternal City by Paula Morris — This book is boring and super draaaaaaaging…. *yawn*

2. Rewrite: The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank — I appreciate the importance of this diary, really. But you can only hear a teenage girl ramblings for so long.

3. Reread: Archangel’s Kiss by Nalini Singh — One of best urban legend books out there peeps. One of the best…

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And I Tag…

Sara @ Freadom Library
Bree @ The Literary Hellion
Anna @ My Bookish Dream
Jess @ JBelk Books
Trisha Ann @ The Bookgasm
Heather @ The Sassy Book Geek
Paige & Yasmin @ The Wild Readers

And of course, YOU! And as usual, remember to check out those awesome people up there. They are awesome!! ❤

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Have fun “burning” this!

- love xxoo,

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24 thoughts on “I’m about to burn some books! Who is interested??

  1. That tag line was not funny at all! But thanks for the tag friend! I always say Ally Carter is one of my favorite authors but I’ve only read one of her series, I need to fix that ASAP.
    Confession time: I have almost every book in the Marked series. I was obsessed when I was a tween turning into a teen. I have a feeling I’m going to hate it when I reread it but I can’t leave a series unfinished haha

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    1. If the tag line ever happen in real life, you’ll be the first to know (just so you can stop me haha XD ) I love Ally Carter too, though I think my taste in book has changed, so I don’t know how I would feel about her books now. Still, undeniable fact, she was one of my favorite authors a few years back… ❤
      I wouldn't blame you about Marked though. Those covers are beautiful… It just, I read them last year, and the writing/characters kind of irk me (and bj in hallway…okay no kids zone here. Though that's the thing I remember most about this book….) Traumatized lol XD

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    1. You totally should read some Ally Carter’s if you are feeling a bit YA heist/spy-ish. They are all really adorable. I actually reread Bully 3 times (guilty pleasure), but it was just me thinking that how easy the male protagonist to push his best friend (now gf 😛 ) away and stuff… But I have to agree, it was a superb read 😀

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  2. Okay, you seriously scared me there. Especially since you tagged me and I had no idea what the hell was going on! XD
    This tag looks super fun and also scary (because I plan to only use my favourite books), we shall see how it will go. Thank you for tagging me! ❤

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    1. Oh haha… Late April Fools!! XD
      Oh my, I wish you the best luck. Definitely admire your bravery. Using fav books would totally be a super tough one. 😉 I’m super duper excited to see it (and prepare some heart attack treatments beforehand for myself hahaha…)

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