Top 10 Books I Could Reread Forever

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

I don't reread books often, bordering on never. Thus, if I'm caught rereading, you can bet the book was absolutely perfect to warrant a second, third, or maybe even a fourth read through.

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week's topic is: Top Ten Books I Could Reread Forever.

Wayfarer by Alexandra Bracken: This is the sequel to Passenger, which I thought was just okay. However, Bracken pulled a writing stunt at the end of the book that basically made her sequel feel just like a first in the series. It was like a giant redo button and I loved it. Plus, it's a time travelling adventure, and who doesn't love that?

A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Gray: Another time travelling adventure here. I guess I'm predictable in the books I reread. This is sort of time travel, in that it deals with alternate universes which is awesome. The plot is incredibly unique, taking you on a wild journey that lasts three books long.

Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins: My favorite contemporary romance ever! My opinion is probably outdated since the last time I've read this was in 2011, so it's time for a reread. However, it was so good. And it's set in Paris so it's an automatic win for me!

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo: Impossible heists! Squad goals! Superb world building! This book has it all... even, waffles.

Nevermore by Kelly Creagh: It starts out as a cliche ridden contemporary where the goth is forced to work with the cheerleader on a school project. However, if you get past the beginning, the protagonist starts to uncover Varen's secrets: how he has the key to unlock the world of Edgar Allen Poe's writing. Creatures from the classic authors' stories come to life and begin to wreck havoc in the real world, and it's up to Varen to rid the world of these nightmare-ish creatures or die trying.

Into the Dim by Janet B. Taylor: Another time travel book. I'm sure you didn't see that one coming. :) This one is marketed as the YA Outlander but the only things the two have in common are that the books are set in Scotland, there's time travel involved, and these books are fantastic!

The Princess Bride by William Goldman: This is actually the book that got me into avid reading. I kept reading The Princess Bride on repeat until the librarian clued me in that there are other books out there.

Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge: One of the best Beauty and the Beast retellings out there. It morphs together the fairytale with Greek mythology and allows readers to walk through a visually stunning landscape of nightmares and dreams.

The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee: This one made it to my top books list of last year. Mackenzi Lee's fantastic writing, mixed with a wonderful road-trip adventure, and characters you love from page one-- there are so many reasons to adore this book.

A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas: I saved the best for last. Just as I had finished, I wanted to reread it. This book is just absolute perfection.

If you could only reread 10 books for the rest of time, which books would they be?

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  1. I haven't read any of the books in your TTT post this week. Lots of books for me to explore. Happy reading!!

    Here's a link to my TTT post this week:

  2. I loved ACOMAF and Six of Crows when I read them last year.
    My TTT:

  3. I love both the movie and book of The Princess Bride - time for a reread and a rewatch. :)

    Lauren @ Always Me