Yes, this! I haven’t done a Top Ten Tuesday in ages. But now I am, because I’m putting off writing review posts. Great job, Sarah. Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the lovely group of gals at The Broke and The Bookish, and this week’s topic is Top Ten Books I Want To Reread.
1. Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon – I basically ALWAYS want to be reading Outlander, okay? Did I just re-read the entire series earlier this year? YES. But the thing about this series is that I miss it when I’m not reading it. I’ll try to wait another year before I re-read it for the fourth or fifth time, but I’m not promising anything.
2. Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling – The same situation as Outlander, except I can fly through these books much faster. I haven’t read them since early 2013, so ALMOST 2 years, kind of. Man, that makes me want to just to a quick re-read of them during the Christmas season. That might happen. Maybe I’ll finally buy them all as e-books, too, so I could read them in bed… HMMMM…
3. Chew series by Rob Guillory and John Layman – Actually, there are already a bunch of comics I want to re-read… but Chew the most.
4. Attachments by Rainbow Rowell – I’m pretty sure this is still my favorite Rowell, but I should re-read just to make sure. And to experience the humor and adorableness again.
5. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen – I think maybe this is the Christmas season sneaking up on me too, but re-reading P&P sounds nice right now. A nice comfort read. Maybe I’ll listen to the audio version soon. Orrrr watch the long-ass 5-hour movie version on Black Friday while decorating?
6. In Search of the Multiverse by John Gribbin – Just for funsies.
7. Ketty Jay series by Chris Wooding – Oh man, I loved reading these! And I haven’t re-read them yet, and now I really want to. I miss the fun, steampunk-ish, Firefly-esque feel of it.
Alright, I’m stopping there. My brain is really just stuck on the idea of a Christmas Harry Potter re-reading marathon. That is DEFINITELY happening soon. I think maybe I’ll start Thanksgiving weekend, or maybe the weekend before… I’m pretty sure I could finish them all my Christmas time.
Anyways, what are books you want to re-read?