Top Ten Books We Want To Reread *
* or would reread if we actually liked rereading
1. My co-worker’s daughter is currently reading the Silverwing series by Kenneth Oppel, which really makes me want to reread it. It’s basically about a bunch of bats. Basically Shade, a bat, gets separated from his flock during winter migration and has a huge adventure. I was very into animal point-of-view books as a kid!
2. Good in Bed by Jennifer Wiener. I absolutely loved Good in Bed when I first read it—in fact, it was through Good in Bed that I discovered that I liked women’s fiction.
3. Which also makes me want to reread Something Borrowed by Emily Giffin.
4. I think it would be interesting to read The Golden Compass (His Dark Materials series) by Philip Pullman at this age versus the age I was when I initially read it. Knowing the parallels behind the story now would make me read it in a different light.
5. Ella Enchanted by Gail Carson Levine was one of my all-time favorites as a young girl, so it would be fun to reread it again. I haven’t read it since the movie came out, but I remember being furious that nothing matched the book.
6. Poison Study by Maria V. Snyder. I just finished it (a review will be up soon!!) and am SO in love. If I didn’t have a million other books I wanted to read, I would probably read it over and over until it was memorized.
7. The Harry Potter series. I keep trying to reread them starting from the beginning, but I get distracted by shiny, new books and stop.
8. Moloka’i by Alan Brennert. This book gave me all the feels when I read it in high school.
9. The Hunger Games series. I’ve forgotten so many of the details from these and they’re among my (very long list of) favorites.
10. Daughter of Smoke & Bone by Laini Taylor. Out of this list, I think this is the one I will actually reread. I loved it and wanted to continue the series, but it’s been so long since I first read it that I’d have to reread it in order to understand the next books.
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by the Broke & the Bookish. Check out more Top Ten features on their site.