Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Books I Want To Reread Soon!






Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by That Artsy Reading Girl.





Here I am, with another Top Ten Tuesday! This week's topic is technically "Books I Wish I Had Read As A Child". Unfortunately, I think the only books that I wish I would have read as a child are Harry Potter... That wouldn't make for an interesting post.





I've decided to change the post up a bit to "Books I Want To Reread Soon".





*Edit: I wish I would have changed it to "Books I Wish I Read As A Teen" after seeing other people doing that!









Tears Of Tess by Pepper Winters. I have read this book twice now. I do want to do a third reread but actually reread the entire trilogy. I love this dark-romance story. It introduced me to one of my favorite genres!





Blood Rights by Kristen Painter. This is another vampire story that I absolutely adore. It's a five book series and it's just delicious! The covers are also just so stunning.





Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling. I did my first reread of the series in 2019. I'm really hoping to try and reread them again sometime this year or next. I may try and start reading the illustrated editions to my son.





The City Of Brass by S.A. Chakraborty. As Empire Of Gold comes out in a few months, I've been thinking about rereading the first two books! I love this series. The world is so magical.





A Curse So Dark And Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer. This book was so much fun. Honestly, since I know what happens in A Heart So Fierce And Broken, I feel like my opinions on certain characters may change...









The Cruel Prince by Holly Black. I just really need some more Jude and Cardan in my life.





What To Say Next by Julie Buxbaum. This is one of the few books I've read that has Autism representation. I really loved this book.





One Night Promised by Jodi Ellen Malpas. This book was one of the first adult romances I read. I loved it at the time. I want to see if it holds up to the five star rating I gave it back in 2015.





The Way I Used To Be by Amber Smith. This book hit so close to home. It made me feel all the emotions. Amber Smith is one of my favorite contemporary authors and this book introduced me to her writing.





Rush by Maya Banks. This is me also wanting to reread a romance book that I read back in like 2015-2016 to see if it still holds up.





What are some books you would like to reread?


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