Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Top Ten Books I Want To Reread

It's Tuesday, which means lists all over the blogosphere, thanks to the cool chicks at The Broke and the Bookish. This week's topic is books I want to reread, which there are an abundance of.

1. The Hunger Games Series by Suzanne Collins

With the movie coming out in March, I'm dying to reread the series so I can remember more of everything that happened and catch any screw-ups in the movie.

2. Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher

This was my first ever review, and despite everyone's praise, it wasn't very positive. But I've read much more realistic fiction now, so maybe I'd appreciate it more. I'd love to see if that's the case.

3. The Rise of Renegade X by Chelsea Campbell

It's a need, guys.

4 and 5. Wolves of Mercy Falls Series and Lament by Maggie Stiefvater

I want to read the Wolves series again just cause I love it so darn much. I ready Lament before I started blogging, and I'd have to reread it before I start it's much-loved sequel, Ballad.

6. The Twilight Series by Stephanie Meyer

I want to see if I'd hate this series after reading so many other books...

7. Looking For Alaska by John Green

I have already reread this book this year, but I have a feeling it's one of those reread-it-whenever-you-get-the-chance type books.

8. Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta

I imagine it'd be a totally different book if I knew what I was about to experience going into it. Plus, Marchetta's writing is fantastic and I want to love it again.

9 and 10. If I Stay and Where She Went

BACK TO BACK. Cause the phrase "too much Adam" doesn't even make sense.


  1. Great list!

    Tip: I loved Ballad but it's not totally necessary to re-read it before Ballad. You know how some books leave off exactly and it's hard to remember what happened before? Ballad doesn't do that. Enjoy! :)

  2. I have yet to read Thirteen Reasons why but I have it on my list to read.

    My Top Ten: http://rachelreader.blogspot.com/2011/09/top-ten-tuesday-6.html

  3. 1,6,and 7 are re-reads of a few bloggers too. nope i have not read hunger games yet.
    my list:http://sidnebkclubreviewz.blogspot.com

  4. you have a lot of great books here and I totally agree about Jellicoe Road. It is on my list too. I loved it even though I could make sense of the beginning. I don't have If I Stay or Where She Went, but they are great too. Actually I just read Where She Went, but it will be nice to revisit them some day.

  5. I loved The Hunger Games! I could read that one a thousand times. Love your blog name! New follower!


  6. I have The Hunger Games on my list too! But I have to say I have it on my mind to reread the Mercy Falls books at some point, as well as If I Stay and Where she Went.

  7. I think we'll all be rereading the Hunger Games series just before the movie comes out. And twilight... nope you'll love it!


  8. Great list...Lament had one of the most addictive starts to a novel. And rereading Twilight after reading so many young adult novels did kind of change it for me. :( For the worse.


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