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Totally Should've Book Tag

I was tagged by Tanya @ Girl Plus Books!


 TOTALLY SHOULD'VE GOTTEN A SEQUEL

I really don't like sequels for sequel's sake . . . prefer to have the author decide.

TOTALLY SHOULD'VE HAD A SPIN-OFF SERIES

I think Nereyda would kill me if this wasn't my answer!

TOTALLY SHOULD'VE HAD A FILM FRANCHISE


TOTALLY SHOULD'VE HAD A TV SHOW


TOTALLY SHOULD'VE HAD ONE POINT OF VIEW

Changing this up slightly -- totally agree with Erin that this book would have been amazing with dual POVs between Suzanne and Evie.

TOTALLY SHOULD'VE HAD A COVER CHANGE


TOTALLY SHOULD'VE STOPPED READING

I stopped after book 6 but should have stopped sooner!

TOTALLY SHOULD'VE KEPT THE COVERS

Tanya is right!!

TOTALLY SHOULDN'T HAVE PRE-JUDGED


WHO ARE YOU GOING TO TAG?

Anyone who wants to do it! ♥♥♥ 

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  1. Oh I love this tag!
    Yep, Nereyda would totally kill you if your answer wasn't the Richelle Mead series. :D
    YES to the cover change one too. The author needs to get a better cover for that series 100%.
    I think I read up to book 7 for the House of Night series. I wound up hating the series. :/

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  2. What a fun tag and I so would have loved a spin off of Georgina too!

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  3. I have to do this one soon!! I have The Foxhole Court and need to read it but totally agree about the cover. Also agree that the old Lux series covers were better. Love that gif at the end!!

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  4. I agree that I would love to have had Suzanne's perspective in The Girls. This is such a fun tag!

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  5. I want to read Anne Bishop's books so bad. Why haven't I?

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  6. This is such a fun tag!I completely agree that I totally should've stopped reading the House of Night series waaay before. I think I'd reached book 8 before I did. :)

    Janhvi @ The Readdicts

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  7. I have to do this tag! It's so fun. And YES to Chicagoland Vampires: The Movie!

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    1. Also, I need to try The Foxhole Court already. Those covers are hideous.

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  9. Yes! Chicagoland Vampire's should totally needs a film, still part way though reading this series but it's really good so far. Totally agree about the Lux covers! I keep meaning to read Written in Red.

    Hills of Books

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  10. Oh I just love these tag posts and I would have such a hard time with it!! hehe You did a fantastic job. I do need to pick up Anne Bishop, I have had her on my TBR for years, well ever since I started blogging. I do love Kristen Ashley, but I do need to read her rock series.

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  11. Love seeing your answers, Eva! I hear that a lot about the House of Night series - that it went on *way* too long and many people just gave up on it. And someone who agrees with me about the Lux covers - woo hoo! :) And that gif is making me howl. LOL

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  12. I actually finished the HoN series, but after Tempted the series took a down-turn for me. The last book was great though. It was so beyond creepy for me.
    I haven't read Rock Chick but it does look like it would be great for tv.
    YES TO THE LUX SERIES! I prefer looking at Pepe Toth on all those covers haha.

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