September 27, 2011

Top Ten Tuesday {2}

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. Every week there's a category and everyone participating lists their "Top Ten" in that category.

This week's topic: Top Ten Books I Want to Reread.

I read it quite some time ago, but now that the sequel is coming out next year, it seems like a good time to reread.

I remember feeling like this book changed my life. It never hurts to have a refresher of that feeling.

I absolutely fell in love with this book. This was one of the first book I pushed at somebody else and said "you MUST read this." And of course, my sister did and loved it too :P

Even though I just read this at the beginning of summer, I seriously loved it. I kept trying to share parts of it with my fiance because I just couldn't keep it to myself (he wasn't really impressed).

The last book sadly left kind of a sour taste in my mouth and I just want to recapture that love I felt at the beginning.

It's been much too long since I've read this one. I think this is the book that really won me over with dystopian. Definitely one of my favorite books of all time. Another great reason to reread: the movie comes out next March :]

I read this one a while ago and it just didn't really capture my attention. It wasn't bad and when I finished I said to myself "oh, I'll read the rest of the series, but I'm not in any rush." And then I joined the wonderful world of book blogging and the Iron Fey love was off the charts. That's definitely what made me decide to change my mind and give this one another chance.

8. Stargirl & Love, Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli
I read Stargirl at a really young age so I didn't quite understand it, but years later it beckoned from my bookshelf once again and I picked it up for a second time. This time, I was up until about 3 in the morning and I ended up bawling my eyes out. That could have partly been my mood, so that's one reason I'd like to reread :P With Love, Stargirl, I barely remember the story and I feel like you can't have one without the other.

I only vaguely remember the story here so I'd love to revisit and do it all over again. This is the book that got me obsessed with all things Alice and Wonderland. I watch and read just about any remake I can find because of this one.


  1. I want re-read Thirteen Reasons Why too (even though it's not quite for the same reason as you).

  2. I still have to read The Hunger Games for the *first* time. I have to be one of the last 2 or 3 people to not read it yet. It's hard keeping up with all these great books!


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