Monday, June 29, 2015

Books I Re-Read

I like a lot of bloggers tend to have less time than I used to for rereading, I mean there's review copies and then so many SHINY NEW BOOKS! But, there are some I manage to reread again and again. Sometimes, if I'm in a reading slump or stressed and kind of sad, I just like to pick up an old favorite and sink into its comforting embrace(pages). These are a few of the ones I reread the most.



The series I re-read the most:

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It might be surprising because I don't honestly talk about Hunger Games very often, which is strange because they were the first YA books I read and the first trilogy that broke my heart, and around the time Mockingjay came out I was reading and rereading these over and over again.

The series I wish I could re-read all the time:
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The series that's just as magical the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, millionth time:
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The Christmas One:
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The Music One:
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The Best Fantasy One:
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The One That Was My Favorite Book In 3rd Grade:
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The Sad One that I am currently re-reading:
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Tell me, what books do you love to re-read!???? 

10 comments:

  1. My favorite book to re-read (besides Harry Potter, of course) is Jellicoe Road, because I always find something new to love about it. And I seriously need to re-read it asap, just because I mentioned it now. It's such an amazing book. I try to re-read at least a few books every year, mostly because I love to revisit my favorites again and again.. :)

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    1. I NEED to read Jellicoe Road! I know right, there's nothing quite like rereading an old favorite, is there?
      I plan to try and start rereading Harry Potter every Christmas because it just makes everything feel magical. =)

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    2. Oh my god, YES! You must, must read Jellicoe Road. I promise you it's worth it. Oh, and re-reading HP every Christmas sounds like a wonderful idea, it's very possible I might join in on that.. :D

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    3. You should! We could start a whole thing on our blogs, a giant HP reread in December! =)

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  2. I recently reread Bridge to Terabithia. So incredibly sad. I have never reread The Hunger Games, but I should. Love that series. There are just too many books on my TBR to allow for rereads.

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    1. I'm still crying after rereading it! But, it's one of the best books I've ever read and I love it so so much. =)

      And I know! It's so hard to find time to reread, I can only manage stand alones for the most part, there's no time to binge reread a full series! =)

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  3. Love this post!! I re-read the entire Harry Potter series four times :P My parents were like "JILLIAN STOP IT, ARE YOU NOT TIRED OF HARRY POTTER." But the truth is, the story is never tiring to re-visit over and over again. I've heard a lot about Dash and Lily, and gosh I want to read it, but I'm a little broke at the moment. One day, I will get to that one. I heard it was a really light book to read, and I'm sort of in a mood to read something that isn't too overwhelming.

    I love Percy Jackson! I think it's time for me to read the series again; it's been 4 years now :P Great post, Shay!!!

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    1. Haha. You can NEVER be tired of Harry Potter! It is a really fun light book, Dash and Lily is just awesome.

      I need to reread Percy too! It's been WAY TOO LONG!!!!!! =)

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  4. You had me at The Hunger Games. I have read them 9 times, but I need to go through a tenth re-read for Mockingjay, no question! I think the only other books I have re-read were Divergent and Insurgent, and that was when Allegiant was coming out and now... I kind of am afraid that re-reading before a series ending is a jinx ;)

    Shannon @ It Starts At Midnight

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    1. I haven't re-read them since the first movie came out! I fail!!!!!! You've definitely got me beat when it comes to Hunger Games. ;)

      Haha. I can see why you would think that after Allegiant. =(

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