Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Books I Want to Reread

Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.

This week's list is all about those books that were just so great you just have to read them again.

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte: This is a book that I have already read at least twice in my lifetime and would love to reread again. Definitely one of my all time classics.

Graceling: by Kriston Cashore: Another favorite story and while technically my first experience with the book was in audio form, I loved it so much that I listen to it twice and then bought the book so I could reread it again.

The Gathering by Kelly Armstrong: Right now I am awaiting book two in this series since I have to wait until April I will be rereading it again the story was that good.

The Magnolia League by Katie Crouch: Another great story that I cannot wait for the second book to be release and want to reread before it comes out.

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins: I read this before I began blogging and loved it. I would love to reread it before I see the movie. 

Harry Potter series by J K Rowlings: OK, so I actually have reread Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, but would just like to spend a couple weeks going through the whole series since I read the series as it came out.

Twilight series by Stephanie Meyers: Now don't shoot me for this, but again I read this series as it came out and way before I began blogging. I know that many bloggers have some very strong opinions about the books, but I did enjoy them, and now I would love to see whether they can stand up to some serious scrutiny on my part.

The Stand by Steven King: Way back in my twenties I devoured all thing King and loved his early work.  Of all his books The Stand was one of my all time favorites and I would love to reread it. 

Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson: I read this in 1999 when it first came out and was extremely taken by it. After hearing last year about it being a banned book, I thought about how ludicrous it was that someone could possibly consider this book pornography.

Unwind by Neal Schusterman: I recently heard that a sequel to this book was being published and I would love to reread this one before the new book is released. Definitely one of my all time favorite dystopian novels.

Well, that is my list of books I would love to reread, just wish I could find time to do it. What books would you like to reread?


Design by Use Your Imagination Designs All images from the Keeper Of Time kit by Studio Gypsy