Top Ten Tuesday: Books I’m Itching to Re-Read

Good morning everybody! It’s time for Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. This week’s topic is Top Ten Books I Want to Re-Read. Let’s jump right in, mmkay?

1. Catching Fire & Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins – I just finished re-reading The Hunger Games, and I’m looking forward to revisiting the rest of the series as well.

2. Graceling by Kristin Cashore – This was one of my favorite books last year, and I’m definitely going to re-read it before this year ends. I love Katsa and Po!

3. Book 5 and on in the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon – I’m re-reading book 4 right now. This is my favorite series in the whole world. I actually miss it when I’m not re-reading it but because all of the books are 1000+ pages, I only re-read them every other year or so.

4. Bloodsucking Fiends & You Suck by Christopher Moore – These are really fun vampire books, way before vampire books were a fad.

5. the Lucy Valentine books by Heather Webber – These are adorable mystery-romances books that I’ve just fallen in love with and sadly there’s no date yet for the next one.

6. Harry Potter – Who doesn’t want to re-read Harry Potter? At least every other year or two?

7. Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte – There’s something about gloomy fall / winter weather that definitely makes me want to re-visit Cathy and Heathcliff. Luckily I have the book on audio now too.

8. Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett – Another amazing book, and so massive that I’d love to dive into it a second time and savor it.

9. The Bronze Horseman & Tatiana and Alexander by Paullina Simons – These are FANTASTIC historical fiction novels. Sadly I hated the third and last book so I need to re-read the first two so that they are the freshest in my mind.

10. Book 8 and on in the Fearless series by Francine Pascal – I just finished my re-read of book 7. I have’t read these in about a decade, but they were the easier books to re-read because each one only takes a couple hours to read. I own book 8, but finding the rest of the series is going to be a bit of challenge.

Luckily my goal this year was to re-read a lot instead of focusing on challenges, so I may get a lot of these read by the end of the year. What books do you want to re-read?

ALSO, don’t forget to vote for what you want me to read and review in October! Poll is on the right side of the page.

~Sarah

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12 comments

  1. I like that your goal is to re-read some of your books this year- that’s a good idea. Graceling is one I’d like to re-read as well. The Lucy Valentine books sound very cute, and you’ve definitely gotten me curious about the Outlander series.
    Happy re-reading!

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  2. Great choices! So many of those are works that I’m sure are just as good or better the second (or third or fourth…) time around. And I really need to read Graceling – I’ve heard soooo many good things about it!

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  3. Oh Harry Potter, how I’d love to reread thee! *sigh* It’s been so long and I miss rereading those books… And Graceling… And the Hunger Games trilogy… And Pillars of the Earth…
    Why aren’t there more hours in the day??
    Maybe we should set up a Harry Potter (re-)read-a-long?

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  4. That’s such an awesome list. I want to reread so many things but I have so many books on my shelf that need to be read for the first time so rereading sometimes feels impossible.

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