Top Ten Books I’d Mash Together!

Top Ten Tuesday is a book blog meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s prompt is Books You’d Mash Together. Because I’m lazy  I’m only going to list five mash ups–10 books total!

1-2. Love and Gelato/Since You’ve Been Gone. Can you just imagine? Emily’s list of crazy things to do, but in Italy??

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3-4. Winter/Six of Crows. Pretty much the two most epic series ever ahh fight me I’m in love. And they’re both squad goals omg together that’d 14 beautiful characters to love. Levana would be dead before the story even started if she was up against my bae Kaz ❤ Also, I wonder if parem would affect the Lunar gift!

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5-6.The Cruel Prince/A Court of Thorns and Roses. Aka two of the most amazing faerie books ever, and can you imagine these different faeries from two different worlds coming together in an epic explosion of faeries yes it sounds great bye.

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7-8. Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour/Just One Day. These are my two all time favorite travel books–one of them taking place all over Europe, the other one an amazing road trip story. Ahh amazing road trip through France and Netherlands wowow ❤ I mean, look! Even their covers are the same holding hands on a street it’s destined to be.

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9-10. Harry Potter/Percy Jackson. Maybe this is just wish fulfillment/nostalgia because these were the two series of my childhood? But seriously–wizards and Greek gods. Can it get any better????

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30 thoughts on “Top Ten Books I’d Mash Together!

  1. I’d also love a mashup of Harry Potter and Percy Jackson!! Also wow, now that I think about it, Love and Gelato and Since You’ve Been Gone would be a great mashup! I really enjoyed reading both of those contemporary novels.

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