Friday, October 23, 2015

FF: If I Could Re-Write a Book . . .

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Question of the Week:
If you could re-write a book, which one would it be and what changes would you make?

This is a hard one. I usually stop reading books when I think the plot has either gone south or the author's writing style is just horrid. It's hard to choose a book I do like, but there are a lot of popular books that I thought could be tweaked a little.

Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins was loved by everyone, but I always always a bit annoyed with the obvious whining/immaturity of the MC, Anna. There was a little too much whining for me. A better alternative book, with a similar theme, is I See London by Chanel Cleeton. PLEASE read that one if you liked AATFK. So.Much.Better. :)


  1. I haven't read either, but I know the frustration when a comparable is better than one everyone loves. New bloglovin follower!

  2. Thanks for the recommendation. I would look into it :) My FF

  3. Oh, I haven't read that one, but I really want to, just because it's set in Paris, the city of romance! But now that I one the MC is whiny, maybe I won't enjoy it so much.

    Thanks for your thoughts!! New Bloglovin' follower! : )

  4. I added I See London to my GR. Thanks for the recommendation. I agree that Anna whined a lot in that book. But I still liked it for it's study abroad theme. I am a new follower via Bloglovin. Please check out my blog:

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  6. I haven't read neither of these books, but I will most definitely check out I See London by Chanel Cleeton. It really looks and sounds utterly fantastic and right up my alley. New Follower on Bloglovin. Here is my #FF


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