Feature & Follow #12


Feature & Follow is a weekly meme hosted on friday by Parajunkee & Alison Can Read to gain new followers and make new friends!


This week's question:

Change the Plot. If you could, what book would you change the ending or a plot thread? Go ahead and do it...change it.


With no doubt in my mind it's Bloodrose by Andrea Cremer


Looking at my bookshelf it's the only one I can think of where I think, that could have turned out much better. Not like there weren't enough sadness going on, but she had to to and end it like that. I won't say more because of spoilers to people who haven't read it yet. 
However I will add that I haven't read Allegiant by Veronica Roth yet, but know the end and that doesn't please me at all. Won't choose that simply because I haven't read it. If I ever will. 






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Comments

  1. Great design! New follower via Bloglovin'. Haven't read your choice but like the style of your argument. My FF

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  2. I haven't read this book before,but it looks intriguing.
    My FF

    New GFC follower

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  3. I haven't read this book but looks pretty interesting :)

    New GFC and bloglovin follower!


    My FF

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  4. Argh! I would gladly change Bloodrose's ending! I totally agree with you that Calla deserve a better fate.Old follower! Happy FF!

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  5. I've seen this book in a few other places. See, when I see someone else saying they hated the ending I'm much less likely to read it. And I agree with Allegiant, though I did read it.

    Old Follower.
    Holly @ Words Fueled by Love

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  6. Hi there, following thru from Parajunkie's FF, and now following you via Google+. You can find me at BookShelves Of Dreams

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  7. I have not read this but I've seen it pop up a few times on my rounds.
    Seems to have this general consensus about it.
    Jessi

    http://www.thebookcove.com/2014/02/feature-and-follow-12-plot-change-up.html

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