This week’s topic is Top Ten Books I Want to Reread. That is a super easy topic for me! I love to reread, but I don’t get to much anymore because of reviews books and such. So, the books I want to reread have been piling up for awhile. Here they are in no particular order:
1. Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling
Of course this is on my list. How could it possibly not be on my list? If I didn’t have a blog to keep up and review books to read I would probably just read these over and over and over. I have reread some of them but not all. At the beginning of the year I read 1-3 again, and I have Deathly Hallows twice, but that’s it. I would really love to sit and read the entire series straight through again.
2. The Other Boleyn Girl by Phillipa Gregory
I read this before I was blogging. It was right before the movie released (and I still haven’t saw the movie) and I was intrigued. I fell head over heels with it and devoured all of Gregory’s other Tudors books shortly thereafter. I’m not a big fan of historical, but this book was amazing for me. I would love to read it again.
3. Please Ignore Vera Dietz by A.S. King
I only read this last year, but it was my second favorite book of 2010. It blew me away with its uniqueness and genius!
4. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
Eeek! Can you believe I’ve only read this once?! I have read Catching Fire twice, but not this one. I do plan to reread before the movie is released, though!
5. Graceling & Fire by Kristen Cashore
I just really, really love these books. I don’t see how anyone can not love them! I think I will definitely have to read them again before Bitterblue comes out.
6. Delirium by Lauren Oliver
This was my favorite read from last year. I loved it and it maybe killed me, but I would read it again in a heartbeat.
7. Lips Touch: Three Times by Laini Taylor
Since reading Daughter of Smoke and Bone I have been craving more of Laini’s writing. This book is so beautiful.
8. The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger
This book really did utterly destroy me. I cried more during this book than any other book ever. I’m talking like the last 100 pages straight and it was snotty boohoo crying too. But I would totally do it again. That’s how good this book is.
9. Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater
I adore this series and Shiver still stands as my favorite. It was completely beautiful and original. I would love to dive into it all again.
10. Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer
Are you thinking ‘OMG eww’ right now? Well, my reason for wanting to reared this is that I have reread all the others a million times, really..more than I have ever reread any other books. But this one is a different case entirely. I read it very quickly. I got it at midnight on its release and had it finished within 24 hours. I was left feeling a little….unsatisfied and confused much like many other people. I haven’t touched it since, but I’ve always wondered it I sat down to read it slowly and without HUGE expectations if I would have a different perspective. Maybe one day I will try.