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4 November 2014

Top Ten Tuesday: Top 10 Books I Want to Reread

'Top Ten Tuesday' is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish. I love making lists, so this feature fits me perfectly! If you also take part in this feature or have any additions to my lists, please get in touch; I'd love to hear from you!
Top Ten Books I Want to Reread

This week's Top Ten Tuesday list is a great one, because there are tons of books I'd love to reread. However, there are simply too many amazing books out there which results in me hardly ever finding the time to actually reread a book. Just the Harry Potter series and Jane Austen's books could already fill this top 10, but I'm sure I can come up with many more titles to place on this week's list!

1. J.K. Rowling - 'Harry Potter' series

Do I even have to explain myself here? I don't think I will ever get bored of rereading this series.

2. Jane Austen's novels

Same goes for Jane Austen's novels. Each time I reread these books, I discover new things and I can't get enough of the stories.

3. Stephanie Meyer - 'Twilight' series

I've read the entire series once and really enjoyed it, especially the first two books. I really want to reread the books again and see whether I will still enjoy them just as much.

4. Lisa Dickenson - 'The Twelve Dates of Christmas'

This is one of my favourite Christmas books EVER; it's hilarious and it definitely gets me in a festive mood. I think I'm going to make it a tradition to read it every year to get into the Christmas mood!

5. Hilary Duff - 'Elixir' series

I still haven't read the last part of Hilary Duff's book series, so I really need to reread the two other parts and finally pick up the last third book.

6. Nicholas Sparks - 'The Best of Me'

I really want to see the film version of 'The Best of Me', but I really want to reread the book before I watch the film.

7. Cecelia Ahern - 'P.S. I Love You'

It's been such a long time since I read this book for the first time, it's been years and years... Definitely time to pick it up again!

8. Audrey Niffenegger - 'The Time Traveller's Wife'

I read this book, but I don't remember that much of it, if I'm completely honest. So many people are so enthusiastic about it; I really think I need to pick it up again and give it another chance.

9. Charles Dickens - 'Great Expectations'

A true classic, one I want to continue on rereading because I think the older I'll get, the more I will be able to appreciate Charles Dickens.

10. Louisa May Alcott - 'Little Women'

One of my childhood favourites and also a story I probably won't ever get enough of!


  1. Every time I reread Little Women, I keep hoping that the story would rewrite itself and Laurie and Jo would end up together. LOL!

    Great list :)

    1. Haha, I completely agree with you! They were meant to be together, right? Thanks for stopping by, Kayla! :)

  2. Oh my gosh I love your blog name!
    Now that that's over... I completely agree with Harry Potter! Also, Little Women... I read that when I was about 10 so I think it's high time for a reread!

    1. Aw, Megz, thanks so much! I love it as well, haha! And yes, both Harry Potter and Little Women are undoubtedly worth a re-read! Thanks for visiting! :)

  3. I have Great Expectations and Little Women on my list too as well as Jane Austen's Emma. :) I just finished re-reading the Harry Potter series recently. :) Awesome choices!

    1. Thanks for leaving a comment and checking out my list, Lois! Curious to see yours! :)

  4. I love the Harry Potter series and totally agree! I did enjoy the Twilight series but I don't think I'd read it again. Thanks for sharing! :)

    Here are my Top Ten!

    1. Yes, I can read Harry Potter over and over again! Curious to see whether I'll enjoy the Twilight series just as much second time around. Thanks for stopping by, Tracy! :)

  5. I want to reread Pride and Prejudice too! I love the humor and miscommunication in that novel!
    I want to read Great Expectations soon, I've never read it.
    Great List!

    1. Definitely, one of my favourite books to re-read! Any Jane Austen novel, really, haha! Hopefully you'll be able to pick up Great Expectations soon, it's worth the read. Thanks for visiting, Mallory! :)

  6. I love your list! Agree with all of them :)

  7. I love your list! I've read PS I Love You so many times... But not once since the film came out.
    Cora @ Tea Party Princess