Top 5 Books I Want To Re-Read

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This weeks Top 5 Wednesday post is the five books that i want to re-read the most. I have never been a lover of re-reading books unless i’m absolutely obsessed with them, i don’t see the point in revisiting stories unless you really really want to. But there are some books that i will re-read over and over again and still love. Here are the books that i currently want to re-read.

The Fault In Our Stars by John Green
I always, ALWAYS want to re-read The Fault In Our Stars. This year is the first year that i haven’t read it in quite a long time. It is one of my favourite books and i absolutely adore the characters and story-line, not to mention John Green’s incredible writing. I would read The Fault In Our Stars constantly if i could get away with it.


The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
The one series that i constantly think about re-reading is The Hunger Games. It’s something that i’ve never picked up after reading it for the first time, but i feel like i should do at some point. These books are so inviting, yet so full of action and adventure. I adore them.


Between Shades Of Gray by Ruta Sepetys
I first read Between Shades Of Gray earlier in 2016, and i haven’t stopped thinking about it since. The writing, story-line and everything else is making me crave a re-read of this novel. I will re-read it at some point soon, maybe after i’ve managed to get around to the other Ruta Sepetys novels i have lying around.


Charlotte Street by Danny Wallace
When i first read Charlotte Street, many moons ago, i loved it. It is the perfect chick-lit, amusing story that’s also incredibly heartwarming. The characters are fun, lively and well written too. I really want to dive back in to this world and this romance, i think it would be the perfect read to curl up with right now.


One Day by David Nicholls
When do i never want to re-read One Day? Me and Sophie constantly talk about wanting to re-read this wonderful novel, and i still sadly haven’t done it. One Day is one of my all time favourite books, similar to Charlotte Street, it has a unique story-line and incredibly written characters who are easy to relate to. I haven’t read One day in literally years, so maybe next year is the year to re-immerse myself in this story.

There are more that i could re-read from the last few years of my reading life, where is the time?! What are the books that you really want to re-read, and why?

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