Top Ten Books You’d Mash Together

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Top Ten Books You’d Mash Together

(pick two books you think would make an epic story if combined)

My twist on this is the marketing concept where you claim a book is ‘something meets something’ even though every fantasy book nowadays is Game of Thrones meets something… bah!

1 and 2

Sabriel meets Avatar: The Last Airbender

Magic and elements and fierce women fighting the undead!

 


3 and 4

The Hunger Games meets Throne of Glass

Don’t you think it would be awesome if ‘the world’s best assassin’ actually did kill people? And wasn’t such a freaking Mary Sue (because Katniss is, by definition, not a Mary Sue, unlike Celaena)?!


5 and 6

Poison Study meets Adorkable

 

A student learning the art of poison but is really clumsy and accidentally poisons people!

 


7 and 8

Harry Potter meets Grave Mercy

A boarding school to train assassin nuns!


9 and 10

Twilight meets Game of Thrones

I wanted to pick the two most ‘this meets that’ books in the past ten years. I can’t think of two books that are more different, but I think it could be really cool, like a pseudo-medieval version of the final battle in the Breaking Dawn Part 2 film, but without so much action maybe.

 

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A lover of kittens and all things sparkly, Nemo specialises in reading and reviewing contemporary, paranormal, historical, sci-fi and fantasy Young Adult fiction. She especially loves novels about princesses, strong female friendships, magical powers, healing, and assassins.

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