Top Ten Books I Want to Re-read

books to reread

I’ve seen this post on several blogs this week and thought I would write my own. I love to read, but there are so many books in the world, sometimes I feel a little guilty reading something I’ve already read. However, there are a few books that warrant a second (or more) rereading. Here are a few of mine:

  1. Harry Potter – No explanation needed. I use to read the series about once a year. I recently reread them all last winter, and I’m sure it won’t be the last time.
  2. Anne of Green Gables – I read the whole series in middle school. I remember loving them, but I can barely recall the plot now. It’s time for a reread.
  3. Rebecca – The same, except I read it in high school. Can’t remember much so I want to read it again.
  4. Before I Fall – Read in college. Ditto.
  5. Hark a Vagrant! – For when I need a good laugh.
  6. The Maze Runner – Want to read before I see the movie.
  7. Pride and Prejudice – Didn’t appreciate this enough the first time.
  8. The Name of the Star – I need to read the next book in the series, but it’s been a while.
  9. Jane Eyre – I love the movie so I wouldn’t mind reading it again.
  10. The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks Remember loving this book but nothing else.

And that’s it for now. If you haven’t read any of them, I would highly recommend. What books do you read over and over?


One thought on “Top Ten Books I Want to Re-read

  1. I love rereading L.M. Montgomery books (the Emily of New Moon series is my favorite), and Pride and Prejudice is also on my list to reread, as I first read it at age 13 and am sure I’d like it even better now. 🙂

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