Tuesday, February 27

Books That Are SO GOOD I Could Re-Read Them Over and Over Again


Hello, friends. I'm not sure about you, but I adore rereading books. Besides the practical reasons for it (e.g. so you won't be totes lost in a sequel), there's something truly magical in revisiting your favorite novels, and falling in love with them all over again. Oh, and how amazing it is when you discover things you didn't see before!! I could go on and on about why rereading is fantastic, BUT today I'd rather show you some of the books that are so incredibly I could reread them over and over and over again.

/Props to Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by That Artsy Girl for the topic./



FOR THE EPIC CHARACTERS

  

FOR CUTENESS/FUN

   

FOR THE ROMANCE

   

FOR THE SQUAD

  


QUESTION TIME!
First of all, do YOU like to reread books? Why/Why not? Have you read any of these books? Do you have some recommendations for me for any of these very cleverly worded categories?? ;)

30 comments:

  1. I have a Cinderella revamping on my list as well! I picked Ella Enchanted, however. Are you excited for the movie based on Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda that's coming out this year? -Shayna

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    1. Oh my god, YES, of course I'm super-excited for Love, Simon!! It's only premiering in JUNE in Hungary, though. *cries all the tears* What about you??

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  2. The Cruel Prince is on my TBR, I've been wanting to try Holly Black. I didn't have luck with Six of crows when I tried it, but I may go back and try again.

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    1. Ooh, pls, do give a chance to Holly Black!!! She writes some of my favorite novels, hands down. Hope you'll like SoC more if you try it again. :)

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  3. OMG! The Diabolic! I LOVED that book! I am glad to see it on a list. I do not know of too many people that have read it! I sent a copy to everyone in my book club page to have them read it but so far nobody started it :P
    And Six of Crows and The Cruel Prince! I LOVED these books! And The Selection too! but unfortunately I can not re-read books but I love to re-read my favorite scenes.
    My TTT.

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    1. Yay, always great to meet other Diabolic fans!! That book is FANTASTIC. Have you read the sequel? I was hella let down by it, tbh, but I'm still gonna read the third book haha.
      Rereading your favorite scenes is THE BEST, that's what gets me out of reading slumps, tbh.

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  4. AHHH so many good picks here! Obviously everyone needs to re-read Simon VS a million times. And Gentleman's Guide as well. But yay for Six of Crows, Cinder & Ella (so underrated, honestly) and The Naturals! One of my fave series out there.

    Bee @ Quite The Novel Idea

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    1. Thanks! YES, both those are so adorable! And I think SoC would be the book where I'd always discover new things/clues I hadn't seen before. Yay, I'm glad you also love The Naturals!! That whole series was SO GOOD.

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  5. I reread books all the time for two reasons:
    - I don't buy that many (both because I'm picky and because I have a limited budget);
    - even if I did...I can't even imagine loving a book and never going back to it again. Books are not one-night-stands. Books are not disposable. Books you loved are worlds you will want to visit again and again - for the reasons you listed and more!

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    1. I so agree with everything you wrote!! Rereading IS important, and the fact that you already know what's going to happen does NOT ruin the excitement/enjoyment of the novel.

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  6. I will reread The Selection any day of the week! I could never get tired of that series. I also just recently finished Gentlemen’s Guide to Vice and Virtue and omg I loved it!! What a fantastic spin on a historical fiction.

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    1. Same! It's so fun, and drama-filled, in a good way. I wish there were more books like those. I'm glad you loved Gentleman's Guide, I adored it, as well.

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  7. So with you on Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda. I’ve done so many re-reads and re-listens of that one. I never get tired of Simon’s voice and his outlook.

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    1. Same! He is such a fun, relatable and realistic character. Love his voice so damn much.

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  8. I recently picked up a copy of The Gentlemen's Guide to Vice and Virtue, can't wait to read it!

    Here is our Top Ten Tuesday. Thanks!

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  9. I only read Six of Crows for the first time last year, but will definitely be going back to it at a later date.
    My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2018/02/27/top-ten-tuesday-148/

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    1. Yay, that makes me so happy!! I love SoC so much.

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  10. Nice list! There are so many books in your list that I want to read like The Cruel Prince, Gentleman's Guide etc.

    I can't re-read books.. like ever. Simply because my unread TBR is higher than the books that I have actually read! Yes, no time to re-read :D

    My TTT: http://flippingthruthepages.com/2018/02/10-tv-series-worth-binge-watch/

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    1. Thank you! Eek, The Cruel Prince was sooo dark and amazing, while Gentleman's Guide was entertaining as hell. Hope you'll love these! Also, lol, that is relatable!! My TBR is soo long.

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  11. I haven't read any of the books in your TTT post this week. Lots of books for me to explore. Happy reading!!

    Here's a link to my TTT post this week:
    http://captivatedreader.blogspot.com/2018/02/top-ten-tuesday-top-20-books-i-want-to.html?showComment=1519763870518#c5107883999471523910

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  12. I was so disappointed with The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue. I enjoyed the read but I was expecting a 5-star read considering the reviews but it wasn't anything special to me sadly. I also enjoyed My Lady Jane and I know these three authors have another book coming out about Jane Eyre. That I'm reading for sure

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    1. I rated The Gentleman's Guide 5 stars, but only because I loved the characters and the relationship between them. The plot was very generic, and not as fast-paced or fun as I expected. I cannot wait for My Plain Jane!!

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  13. Definitely yes to Simon! I listened to the audiobook from my library and loved it so much I had to get my own copy :P
    My all time go-to reread book though is Victoria and the Rogue. When I need a swoon-worthy romance and fun Meg Cabot never fails to impress!

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    1. Ahaha, I borrowed Simon from a friend, and then like you, I had to get my own copy, which I've reread twice since. Ooh, I have Victoria and the Rogue - I love Meg Cabot - so I'll need to push it up my TBR list, I think! :D

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  14. I need to read Moxie - I've heard it's fantastic!

    Lauren @ Always Me

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    1. YES, IT IS. Incredibly feminist and well-written. :D

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  15. I love the way you broke these down. I have nothing buy love for SoC, Simon, Moxie (I finally read it!!!), Cinder & Ella, My Lady Jane, and the Starbound books. I need to read something by Kleypas, because there is love for her everywhere.

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    1. Thanks, Sam! OOh, I'm SO GLAD you loved Moxie!! It is such an empowering, well-written novel!! Oh, yes, you do! Kleypas's novels are generally super-cute! Her Wallflower series is the place to start, imo!

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