I was tagged by Miss Lia over @ Lost in a Story about a lifetime ago to do this tag. Sorry it’s taken me this long to get around to this one, Lia!
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Totally should’ve gotten a sequel.
I feel like I don’t read enough standalones to properly answer this one. Plus, most standalones I’ve read are perfectly well done and don’t need another book to complete the story….Eh, I’ll go with the Six of Crows duology. It doesn’t need another book. I just want another one because I’m greedy.
Totally should’ve gotten a spin-off series.
Hehehe, Six of Crows? Well, who knows. That can still happen. So, maybe….the Blood of Eden series?
I would pay good money to read a series featuring Jackal, Allie’s jacka** brother. He was, honestly, one of the best characters in that series.
An author that totally should write more books.
I’m looking at you, Kristin Cashore.
So far, you’ve only given us three amazing books. And I know you have one planned to release this fall, but I would have LOVED to have had some more of your books to fill up my time since Bitterblue came out.
A character that totally should’ve ended up with someone else.
So, I’m still a bit salty about Mal and Alina. She and the Darkling would have made an AMAZING villainous couple.
Totally should’ve ended differently.
I loved John Green’s Paper Towns all the way up until the end, which I thought was lacking in the charm that the rest of the book had. To be frank, the ending was just really disappointing.
Also, I know it’s not a book but I’m gonna throw in Lost, too. Just ’cause….
Totally should’ve had a movie franchise.
Quite a few of my bookish friends have already said the Lunar Chronicles needs to be a movie franchise, so I won’t reiterate that. And since the series has just finished, there’s still a possibility the books will be made into films. So, I’ll choose Meg Cabot’s 1-800-WHERE-ARE-YOU series. I read these books back in middle school and damn, were they entertaining. I think they would have made great movies, or a great TV series at least!
Totally should’ve had only one point of view.
This category is kind of hard for me because I usually come across books that I think should have multiple POVs instead of one, rather than the other way around. So, I don’t really have an answer for this one.
Totally should’ve had a cover change.
Totally should’ve kept the original covers.
No. Just no. I hate it when they change the cover to match the film posters. It usually messes up my original image of the characters.
Totally should’ve stopped at book one.
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If you’ve already been tagged, you don’t have to do this one again if you don’t want to! But for those of you who haven’t, I hope you have fun with this one! : D