Books I Would Like To Reread

I first created a post like this back in 2014- Top Ten Books I Want To Reread. I thought it would be fun to do it again. Also for the fact that I have recently acquired a lot of free time and have been really wanting to do some rereads. I really want to try to read at least one a month. Some of these I need to reread so I can continue with the series. It is always a struggle to decide whether or not to reread a book you love or to read and find new loves. But I think it is important to revisit the books that have impacted your life and left an impression on you or even just ones that you got lost in. There have been so many books that I would say have saved me when I was lost and recently I really believe I need to revisit some of those characters and stories to find myself again. 

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

Looking For Alaska by John Green

The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson 

Little House Series by Laura Ingalls Wilder 

The Hobbit by J.R.R Tolkien 

City of Stairs by Robert Jackson Bennett 

The Raven Boys & The Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater

Volition by Lily Paradis 





5 thoughts on “Books I Would Like To Reread

  1. I have so many books I would like to re-read, but I never go back to any of them as there are too many books that I haven’t read before to get through! I sometimes think I would like to spend a month or two just re-reading.

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  2. I keep thinking I’d like to re-read loads of books but with so many other books available to read I never get round to it.
    That said I’m looking forward to re-reading some of the children’s book I loved with my children so Alice in Wonderland will definitely be on the list.

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  4. Oooooo Alice in Wonderland definitely! I never can get tired of Carroll’s exquisite and charming imagination! I would also add A Tale for the Time Being from Ruth Ozeki – a wonderful read!


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