Burn, Rewrite, or Reread Book Tag


bibliophilewanderlust suggested I try out of the tags she recently did- Burn, Rewrite, or Reread book tag. I had so much fun reading hers, I’m kind of excited to see what I get.

The rules are as follows:

  • 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 five).

Round One:

Ouch, this is a hard one because I gave these three books a 4/5 star rating.

BURN: Dead Witch Walking. Honestly, I don’t want to burn this book but compared to the other two books, it was my least favorite. So sad…

REWRITE: Reckoning. Even though I really enjoyed this book, I felt terribly sad for the main character Emma. I wouldn’t change much but I possibly make it so things for her don’t go from undesirable to tragic. Maybe give her a little break..

REREAD: Beautiful Player. Oh man, I just love this book and series.

Round Two:

BURN:House of Night. The series showed up when I did this but either way I would burn the books. At first I really enjoyed them but I hated how morally compromised the main character became. Now I just absolutely hate the series!

REWRITE: Dominic. I really did enjoy this book but I would 100% cut back on the language. I am not afraid of swear words but this book was a little over the top. It could use a trimming.

REREAD: Beautiful Stranger. Wow, I think goodreads is trying to tell me something. Maybe I should read this series again. If you haven’t read it, you have to. It’s sexy, fun, and full of strong confident heroines and alpha males.

Round Three

BURN: Down London Road. I know, I am sorry but I hated this book. I liked the writing but it was the main character Jo that pushed me away. I don’t care how unfortunate Jo’s life is or how the author tries to twist her story, in the end she is still a gold digger. She still only dates rich men in hopes they will take care, a.k.a provide for, and eventually she tries to trick them into marriage.

REWRITE: Fever. The story plot is too similar to the first book in this series. I would rewrite it so the idea was the same but the plot itself didn’t follow the same steps as the first book.

REREAD: Caged. I loved the romance and secrets. It’s impossible not to become invested in the main character when so much is happening. You just feel for her and her situation.


I would love to know what you thought of my choices. Have you read any of these books? Would you choose the same way?

Happy Wednesday Everyone!!

3 thoughts on “Burn, Rewrite, or Reread Book Tag

  1. So glad you did this tag! I also didn’t like the House of Night series. I got to finish 2 books from it but never continued.

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  2. I’m glad I’m not the only one. I thought the series had an interesting plot but the way the author took it.. I couldn’t stomach it.


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