Hey there! This week I’m participating in Six for Sunday, a meme hosted by Steph at A Little But a Lot. I wasn’t feeling this week’s topic, so I looked back and found this topic from 2019:
Books I Want to Reread
This prompt makes me excited beyond belief, but at the same time, it’s difficult to choose! I’ve read a ton of wonderful books that I would totally reread, but here are some that immediately jumped into my mind.
1. A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas
I LOVED this series and fully intend to read it again and again until I memorize my favorite lines and can easily recite them mid-conversation. Is that weird?
2. Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas
I have yet to read Kingdom of Ash, and it’s been a while since I read the other books in the series. So, before I read Kingdom of Ash, I want to reread the entire series. We’ll see when that happens…
3. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
I’ve read this series at least eight or nine times and fully intend to read it again. With The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes coming out soon, I think it is an opportune time to reread the original trilogy. 😉
4. Beneath Cruel Fathoms by Anela Deen
This is my favorite read of the year. I adored everything about this book and even joined Anela Deen’s ARC team after reviewing Beneath Cruel Fathoms. I have a feeling that I’ll be rereading this series many times!
Check out my Review for Beneath Cruel Fathoms!
5. The Jabberwocky Princess by Cece Louise
The Jabberwocky Princess is the first Cece Louise book I read. The Forest Tales is a wonderful series, and with Deep Blue, the third book in the series, coming out soon, I definitely want to reread The Jabberwocky Princess and Desperate Forest. Though they are standalone books, they both deserve a second read.
Check out my review of The Jabberwocky Princess and/or Desperate Forest, or take a look at my interview with Cece Louise!
6. The Girl of Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson
This series has a new book coming out called The Empire of Dreams. However, it’s been a while since I read The Girl of fire and Thorns and think I’d like to reread it to refresh my memory before I read the new book.
Well, there you have it! At some point, I will totally reread all of these books. Of course, with so many new books out there that I haven’t read, I’m not sure when I’ll find the time. But, I’m sure I can find the time for these favorites.
What about you? Are there any books that you want to reread? Comment below!
17 thoughts on “Six for Sunday: Books I Want to Reread”
Great list! I love the cover for Beneath Cruel Fathoms and have it on my tbr!
It’s amazing!! I hope you enjoy it! 🙂
Recently I’ve been wanting to reread ACOTAR and TOG as well!
I hope you will enjoy these books just as much the second time around!
Thanks! You too! 🙂
I am wanting to reread the ACOTAR series! I started Carson’s series and then it was too long before I could get my hands on the next book, so I need to reread it to and then catch up with the series!
That’s where I am with TOG. It’s been too long, I feel like I need a refresher.
I love rereading! Good luck with your rereads! 😊
Thank you! 🙂
I want to reread ACOTAR soon too but I’m not sure if I’m prepared for all the feels that will come with it lol. Definitely a favorite series for me!
I agree with that! 🙂 It’s such a great series!
I have also been craving a reread of ACOTAR!! probs my fav series of all time, I’m reading Crescent City right now and LOVING it as well! Great post 🙂
Oooooh, I need to read Crescent City soon!
its really good so far!
Awesome! Can’t wait to read your review! 🙂
YES to all the Sarah J. Maas books – honestly I’ve re-read ToG and ACOTAR so many times but they never get old. I think her’s are the kind of books where you pick up something new every time. Great list! <3
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