Totally Should Have Book Tag

Thanks @meltingpotsandothercalamities for tagging me to do this!

Totally Should Have Gotten A Sequel

Out of My Mind should have gotten a sequel. In the book, Melody’s life is only told up to the point where she reaches 11 years old and in 5th grade. This is before any of the problems that could happen to her in middle school/high school. She would be smart enough to get into college but it would be a matter of whether a college would accept her or not. Once her body reaches puberty this could cause more problems when she would reveal what she has to go through to fix her already malfunctioning body that is now going through drastic changes. I would have loved to see her in her later years and how she dealt with teen problems in her own special way.

Totally Should Have Gotten A Spin-off Series

This is hard because I mostly read are series that aren’t finished yet. I would enjoy a Kane Chronicles spin-off by Rick Riordan, because Percy Jackson got a continuation and I enjoyed the Kane Chronicles so much more than that. I don’t know why I was more attracted to it, but I just loved it so much but it was only a trilogy and has only gotten some simple cross-overs with Percy Jackson ever since.

An Author That Should Totally Write More Books

Patricia McCormick should definitely write more books. When I was 13, I read Sold, a book about a 13 year old girl who was sold into sex slavery. It really opened my eyes to the horror happening to girls my age every day. Her books are so riveting and I hope that she continues to write more books so that more people can get the same experience that I got from her.

A Character That Totally Should’ve Ended Up With Someone Else

I honestly have no idea. Usually I get mad when I see someone end up with someone I didn’t want them with, but then something happens to make me see that “oh this was better because the other girl was crazy” or something.

Totally Should Have Ended Differently

Divergent. For those who have read the series, y’all know exactly what I am talking about. If you are planning on reading the series, don’t expect great things from Allegiant. I feel like the series was on a descending stairwell that just dropped off and the end and I felt so…disappointed.

Totally Should’ve Had a Movie Franchise

Okay this is going to be a few. The Madman’s Daughter trilogy, Gregor the Overlander Series, Red Queen series, and the Lunar Chronicles.

Totally Should’ve Had Only One Point of View

I have nothing for this because I haven’t had any books recently that simply butchered the multiple POV thing.

Totally Should’ve Had A Cover Change

Gregor the Overlander Series had some nice covers but I feel like if they were updated to be a bit more vibrant that more people would be attracted to the series.

Totally Should’ve Kept The Original Covers

Percy Jackson series. I get that they were trying to update them to make them look newer, but I just don’t like the new ones as much as the old ones. I feel like they went too, cartoony on the new covers.

Totally Should’ve Stopped At Book One

The Finisher series was bad from the start so I don’t know why there are more books written to add onto the already poor series.

I tag: Anyone who hasn’t done it yet!

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7 thoughts on “Totally Should Have Book Tag

  1. Patricia McCormick is an amazing writer. I had to read Sold for school, and the writing just blew me away. And The Kane Chronicles totally deserves a spin-off! I feel as though Riordan had improved his writing since the Percy Jackson series, and as Egyptian mythology as a whole is less know than Greek, that it’d be amazing. And I don’t think anyone cared for the Divergent ending.
    Thanks for the shoutout!

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