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This week it's:
Top ten books I want to re-read.
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1. Anything by Maria V. Snyder - She's my favourite author and I could happily read her books over and over, I've already read Poison study and Inside out twice so it would be great if I had the time to re-read the subsequent books.
2. Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling - I've already read this series a ton of times but I could read it a ton more, they're my comfort books.
3. The maze runner by James Dashner - I've been wanting to re-read this a while, it's such a brilliant book (and the next one The scorch trials) and with the final boko The death cure out in a couple weeks it would be great to get a refresher, but alas with my hugantamous tbr I just can't justify re-reads.
4. Fire by Kristin Cashore - This book was just amazing the world, the characters, the story, I'd love to get reaquainted with the brave Fire.
5. The summoning by Kelley Armstrong - This was the first book I read by Kelley and I really liked it and the rest of the series, I wasn't so nuts about The gathering, the first in the spin-off, but I think that's beause it's the first books so it's all set-up and character/world building so the pace slowed down from The original trilogy.
6. Percy Jackson by Rick Riordan - I enjoyed this series so much, it got me started on my Mythology obsession and it would be great to go back and read them knowing all the myths so I could see all the references I missed first time.
7. Wicked lovely by Melissa Marr - Such a beautiful series and now that it's finished I'd really like to read the series altogether.
8. Breaking dawn by Stephenie Meyer - I've re-read all the other books before the movie releases but I just don't think I'm going to have time for this one, even to read half of it!
9. Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater - I waited so long to read this that the second book was out by the time I did, it's such a great book I think I'd like to read it (and Linger) again before getting to the last book Forever.
10. Evernight by Claudia Gray - Though I felt a little disappointed with the final book in this series I did enjoy them and it'd be nice to go back to that world. Also can't wait for the spin-off prequel type thing Balthazar!
Which books would you like to revisit?
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