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Top Ten Tuesday: Books You’d Mash Together

Greetings! How’s everyone doing today? Despite sitting in the doctor’s office for nearly an hour this morning (ugh), I’m doing pretty well for a Tuesday. Speaking of Tuesday…

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s theme is: Books You’d Mash Together. (For the record, it took me forever to fill this one out. There are just way too many fun possibilities to choose from!)

Harry Potter/This Savage Song – Picture it. A battle between the wizards/witches of Hogwarts and the monsters of Verity.

To Kill a Kingdom/Name of the Wind – I don’t know why, but I just feel like the Kingkiller Chronicles could just use more sirens.

A Darker Shade of Magic/Alice in Wonderland – What if Red London was more like Wonderland, but in a darker, creepier way?

The Graveyard Book/Every Heart a Doorway– I feel like Bod would fit in quite nicely at The School for Wayward Children.

Vicious/ Peter Pan – Neverland, but with EOs instead of fairies.

Six of Crows/Senlin Ascends – Just think of all the heists Kaz Brekker’s crew could pull off in the Tower of Babel!

Daughter of the Pirate King/Neverwhere – London Below could use more pirates.

Jane Eyre/Dracula – I’ve always wanted a mash up of these two. What if the woman in the attic was turned into a vampire?!

A Court of Thorns and Roses/Cinder – CYBORG FAERIES

Okay, so I ran out of mashups…Just think of one of your own and stick it right here. (Then leave me a comment and tell me what it is!)

 

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