Today’s post will be a book tag! I’ve seen this one a lot on YouTube and on book blogs, so I’m glad to be joining in!
I was tagged by Olivia @ Heir of Glitter , so thank you very much!
The idea behind this one is that the sentence starts as “A book/author/character/etc that totally should’ve…” and then there’s a variety of different ending for that sentence, which you have to answer.
Here’s to hoping I can think of an answer for all the categories…
Let’s do this!
Totally should’ve…gotten a sequel
How typical of me to get stuck on the first question. I mean, most books I read already have sequels. But I think it’d be good if there was a sequel to the graphic novel Nimona.
Totally should’ve…had a spin off series
*In Snape’s drawling voice* Obviously…
No but seriously I think every Potterhead wants a spin-off series. Whether it’s about the Marauders, the next generation, or maybe even a series about the wizarding world when Voldemort was first at large.
An author who totally should’ve… written more books
I know Markus Zusak has another book called I Am The Messenger, which I haven’t read yet, but I want more historical fiction books like The Book Thief. This is one of my favourites, and I’ve been really wanting to reread it lately so maybe that’ll happen this year.
A character who totally should’ve… ended up with someone else.
Skip this explanation if you haven’t read The Grisha Trilogy.
As I’ve mentioned in every single review for these books, I don’t like Mal. And guess who our main character ended up with? Mal. Ugh. I wanted her to be with Nikolai personally.
Totally should’ve… had a movie franchise
Now I read this trilogy a long time ago, but from what I remember I think this series would make a great movie franchise.
Totally should’ve… had a TV show.
I’ve only read this book in the trilogy so far, but if the TV producers has good special effects, I’d love to see The Darkest Minds as a TV show. Enough happens to create a decent amount of shows, and I think a lot of people would love the story.
Totally should’ve… had only one point of view
I couldn’t think of an original answer for this so I’m going to go with what most people say – Allegiant. It just didn’t make sense how the first two books were just one perspective (from what I remember, I read it ages ago) and then the last book just changed completely. Plus it made me not like Four. Just saying.
Totally should’ve… had a cover change
The A Song of Ice and Fire series. I do actually quite like the covers, but I think that’s more to do with the fact they all match so well (so far anyway). I just think that with the amount of detail in this book, the cover of each book itself could be so much more interesting. I’m thinking black and white detailed illustrations with the title in a bold white font across the top. Sort of like the new editions of Harry Potter. (I’m bad at explaining).
Totally should’ve… kept the original covers
I’m going to agree with Olivia’s answer for this one and say any book with a movie cover. Movie covers are just awful most of the time.
Totally should’ve… stopped at book one
I’ve sort of grown out of this series and won’t be reading the last book. I think if this book was bigger, they could’ve compacted the story and all the irrelevant parts into one story that I would’ve enjoyed more.
So there we have it!
Now I’m not entirely sure who’s done this tag or not, so I apologize if you already have, but I tag…
And finally, I’d just like to remind you that my review for Ruin and Rising went up yesterday, so if you haven’t already, you should go and check it out and leave a comment!
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