THE “TOTALLY SHOULD’VE” BOOK TAG

The following book tag was not created by me, I merely found it on this blog = SOURCE and thought that it would be a good idea to take part in the tag too! 

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TOTALLY SHOULD’VE… NOT GOTTEN A SEQUEL

I honestly can’t think of any book that I feel should not have gotten a sequel. The majority of books which I ready that have books which follow get better as the story goes on.

TOTALLY SHOULD’VE… HAD A SPIN-OFF SERIES

Harry Potter, without a doubt. There are certain characters that I would have loved to know more about. Then again, maybe one day…

TOTALLY SHOULD’VE… ENDED DIFFERENTLY

Twilight: Breaking Dawn. Couldn’t we have seen the future for ourselves? I would loved to have seen like a flashforward of what happened years later, etc.

TOTALLY SHOULD’VE… HAD A TV SHOW / FILM FRANCHISE

Carry On by Rainbow Rowell. Rainbow Rowell, if you’re reading this… PLEASE make it happen?!

TOTALLY SHOULD’VE… HAD ONE POINT OF VIEW

Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater – I loved reading from Sam’s POV but sometimes it was distracting and hard to decide when he was thinking as Sam and when he was thinking.. as the wolf, if you get what I mean.

TOTALLY SHOULD’VE… HAD A COVER CHANGE

There aren’t any books that I can think of, if I’m honest.

TOTALLY SHOULD’VE… STOPPED READING

Harry Potter and the Dealthy Hallows, ha! Because if I didn’t read it… then it didn’t happen??? Kidding… I’d say I should have stopped reading Twilight. I didn’t, back then, but I should have.

TOTALLY SHOULD’VE… KEPT THE COVER

To be honest, I wish the Harry Potter book series had kept their original covers – although these new house covers are lit! ❤

TOTALLY SHOULD’VE… NOT PREJUDGED

The Loneliest Girl in the Universe by Lauren James because.. Oh My! I judged this book pretty hard before reading it and then a few pages in I was hooked. By the end of the book, I was kicking myself for ever judging it!

 

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