Top Ten Tuesday #12: Books I Want to Reread

April 16: Top Ten Tuesday REWIND — pick a past topic you missed or one you want to revisit!

 As such, I’ve chosen: “Top Ten Books I Want to Reread”

  1. A Monster Calls, by Patrick Ness. This is probably my favorite book. I’ve read it twice, and I’m definitely eager to do so again.
  2. The Book Thief, by Markus Zusak. An amazing book that I’ve only read once–would definitely look forward to reading it again.
  3. A Song of Ice and Fire, by George R.R. Martin. Because this series was/is amazing. I still need to read A Dance with Dragons (I’ve been waiting for the paperback, because I’m slightly OCD in wanting the same edition for the whole series, but I might give in and buy the hardback–especially since the paperback release date has been pushed back once again <_<), but I’ll look forward to reading them all again.
  4. Harry Potter, by J.K. Rowling. These books were really fun to read, and I only read them for the first time last August.
  5. Holes, by Louis Sachar. Just read this book last Friday for the first time. I know, I’m probably the only person who hasn’t. Needless to say, it was amazing.
  6. The Phantom Tollbooth, by Norton Juster. And I just read this book on Saturday–same thing. Amazing book that I’d love to re-read.
  7. American Assassin, by Vince Flynn. Another of my favorite books. I’ve already read this two or three times–wouldn’t mind doing it again.
  8. The Dresden Files, by Jim Butcher. A fantastic urban fantasy series, with one of the greatest narrators of any book or series I’ve read.
  9. The Four Loves, by C.S. Lewis. Because it’s amazing.
  10. The Chronicles of Narnia, by C.S. Lewis. Because I don’t remember the books at all, except small glimpses of The Magician’s Nephew, because I read them so long ago.

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