Top Ten Books I Could Re-Read Forever!

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Artsy Reader Girl.

So… I’m late on my Top Ten Tuesday again so it will be going live on Wednesday! Happy Wednesday and thank you for reading my late post.

Anyways I don’t re-read books very often because the books that I really love stress me out! Even though I know what’s going to happen, the thought of some of my favorite characters going through their journeys again makes me so nervous. However these are the few books that I have read again and a few that I hope to reread sometime soon.

Books I’ve Reread

 

And that’s it! Those are literally the only books I’ve ever read more than once by my own choice. It makes me feel really… weird. I have read so many good books in my life and this list doesn’t reflect that! I wouldn’t say all these books are my favorite books but they were my favorites in my younger years and therefore have a very special place in my heart. Harry Potter and Fire by Kristin Cashore might count as favorites. I will never feel shame over loving my old vampire books!

Books I Want To Reread

 

All these books would be so fun to read again!

The Raven Cycle is my favorite but there is so much to that story that I feel like it would almost be the same as reading it for the first time.

I know that I need a good Rainbow Rowell book inspired cry soon.

The Shatter Me series would be pure entertainment! I would love to read that because I’ve been reading so many heavy thrillers recently.

I’m going to combine The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender and The House of the Spirits. They are both my favorite genre *magical realism* and I think they do an amazing job of balancing their light and whimsical tone with real topics. I need to read more of both of these authors asap!

Final Girls was such an interesting thriller. I’m going to need to wait a while to reread until what happens isn’t so fresh in my mind but I will probably reread this around Halloween like I did this year!

Let’s chat! Do you have a better track record than me at rereading books? How many times have you reread one book? I would love to know in the comments!

Thanks for reading!

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Hi! I'm Leah. I like books, TV, and plants. I love writing about it all. Earnest Hemmingway said "Write hard and clear about what hurts," and I aspire to do just that. Thanks for reading!

12 Responses

  1. Rachel

    I think I’ve reread Jane Erye about 5 times. It’s been 3 years since my last read so I’ve been thinking of rereading it again. I’ve reread Harry Potter and Narnia several times as well. You should reread the Raven Cycle!

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  2. Tim S.

    I’ve re-read the Harry Potter series more than I’d care to admit on a public forum, but let’s just say it’s quite a few. I’ve also re-read the Wicked series by Gregory Maguire quite a few times. There is always something new and beautiful and intriguing that comes up during the re-reads.

    For me, I think re-reading our favorite books is a way for us to kind of wrap ourselves in a comfortable blanket and happy memories. Sometimes that’s just what require: re-immursing ourselves in a familiar world with our favorite characters before moving into new worlds. 🙂

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  3. I love re-reading and for the books that I truly love I’ll reread the book a lot to the point I could memorize the dialogue lol.

    On a side note, do you know when we will get to read the final book of Night World series? I’ve been waiting for the last book for like 10 years lol. T_T

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  4. Angela @ Angela's Library

    I reread constantly – there’s something so comforting about returning to an old favorite, especially if I’ve been in a reading slump. Last year I discovered Nora Sakavic’s All for the Game trilogy and have read all three of the books four times each since then…and that’s just one example of my reread obsessiveness, haha.

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