This Tuesday, we were supposed to list ten books we want to reread. I reread all the time. Sometimes the whole book. Sometimes just one specific scene, or a few scenes (often the romantic ones with longing glances and/or handholding and/or smooching!). I thought I’d share the books that I’ve been rereading over and over again lately. Here they are!
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I loved Fangirl, and when a bit more time has gone by I’ll probably read it again. Seeing Anna/Lola/Isla on your list made me smile as those are in my TBR pile right now and if you’d reread them then they must be good 🙂
I reread Fangirl more than anything, but usually just the second half that has more Levi in it. Stephanie Perkins is also definitely my most reread author. What’s funny is that I didn’t even love Anna the first time I read it, but now it is one of my favorites.
I haven’t read any of these but I’ve already seen Fangirl on a couple lists today. Maybe I’ll have to get around to reading that one. Thanks for sharing 🙂
Here are my Top Ten!
That is definitely one of my favorites!
You made me curious about them , I haven’t read any. I always prefered period atmosphere in a book.I have some books that reread all the time since I was quite young :
1. Gone with the wind ,
2.The count of Monte Cristo,
3. War and peace,
4The red and the black ,
5. Lord of the ring,
7 Les miserables (I don’t know the english name ),
8. Grimms brothers fairy tales :))
Some are for adults, some for kids, but I love them all equally. I can’t get enought.
I need to read a few of these and love all of them. My most reread books Harry Potter, The Negotiator, and many many others. I love rereading.
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I need to read over half of your list. But I honestly love re-reading. It’s like seeing a long lost friend!
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Such a perfect reread list. I love the Anna books. I don’t really read contemporary-type books during the fall/winter months (I prefer dystopian books or sad books during those months), but I’ll be rereading them when spring comes! 🙂
That is SO interesting that you read particular things for different seasons. I never thought of doing that.
Really? I’m not much of a mood reader except when it comes to seasons. Contemporaries just don’t fit the fall/winter to me. Unless they’re sad. Haha. Contemporaries just feel light, bright, and sweet which is how spring/summer feels to me. New beginnings and such.
Aagh! How have I not read Stephanie Perkins! She’s been on my TBR for awhile yet I’ve never managed to pick up a book by her. Great list!
I really need to re-read Anna and the French Kiss after having just fallen in love with Paris.
Re-reading is one of my favorite things to do! I re-read Sweet Filthy Boy on the way to Paris and it just made it so much more magical. And I re-read Beautiful Player by the same author on the regular. It’s always on my nightstand.
I think Christina Lauren are to me what Stephanie Perkins is to you in the re-read department!
(And I absolutely loved A Hundred Summers)
I definitely need to read the Christina Lauren books. They’ve been on my TBR list at your suggestion for a long time, but I haven’t gotten around to them yet!