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TTT #130 – Books I Could Reread Forever

Rereading is a topic that is always a bit hard. It is why it was on my low pressure goals list for 2018. I do not make enough time for rereading. I feel guilty to all the other books I have on my physical tbr. All those books I still want to read. All those buddy reads and readalongs that always end up coming by. Or those review copies that end up coming in. Juggling everything is hard and rereading always ends up on the back burner.

But if I could manage to make more time for rereading or, lets go crazy, only reread below you will find some books and series that I could reread forever.

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Harry Potter by J.K Rowling

I am sure that I am not the only one who will have this book on their list. For me it is not so much the characters or the story as it is the world that draws me to these books to reread. A world where I can imagine myself into very easily. I think that is the biggest draw for me to keep rereading this series.

Bartimaeus series by Jonathan Stroud

This series has so much that I want. I love the idea of the world. A sassy demon. A broody teen. Bitchy interactions to hide their growing bond that they won’t admit to themselves. So much to love.

Discworld by Terry Pratchett

I haven’t even finished reading this series but there are so many elements to Discworld to explore and discover, even in rereads. It is such an amazing crafted world and series.

Rick Riordan books

Rick writes some beautiful, diverse and easy to read books with fantasy and mythology. What else could I need?

Shades of Magic by V.E. Schwab

What draws me the most to this series are Kell and Rhy, and the idea of the world. There is still a lot left to discover and I think in rereads I will be quite comfortable. Untitled

Indigo Springs by A.M. Dellamonica

One of my favorite reads of the last 5 years of which I like to ignore the sequel does not exist haha. I’ll think up my own ending thank you very much.

Sorcerer to the Crown by Zen Cho

Oh there are such fantastical elements to this world and I love Zacharias. I could read about him, his family and Prunella forever.

The Others by Anne Bishop

This finely crafted world and the slow building romance are great to experience over and over again.

In Death by J.D. Robb

Not my usual genre but there is something about these books that I can imagine picked up to reread every now and then. Just a nice breather inbetween all of my fantasy.

The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee

Monty, Percy, Felicity, a road trip through Europe? Uhm yes I need to reread that often.

60 thoughts on “TTT #130 – Books I Could Reread Forever

  1. I still haven’t read Riordan but every year it seems like I say I’m going to lol. I love mythology so they’re no- brainers, really. πŸ™‚

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  2. I adore Discworld. I loved Rick Riordan’s books when I read them a few years ago, but I can’t imagine re-reading them now. Maybe with a niece or nephew one day πŸ™‚

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  3. Oohh yes, Discworld is amazing for endless rereads πŸ˜€ I’m reading the entire series too, I can’t wait to reread and find new plot point, new connections between books

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  4. I love your list. Some great books on here to reread and a timely remember to get to Schwab – still haven’t read her books even though I’ve bought a few. This is probably why I don’t reread very often!
    Lynn πŸ˜€

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  5. Shades of Magic is next on my TBR pile (I think?) – can’t wait to dive into this one! Also, I started The Others series and really need to around to finishing it. No idea why I stopped! Great list – I’ll definitely have to check a few of these out πŸ™‚

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  6. I enjoy Rick Riordan’s books too. I actually have a whole box set (The Heroes Of Olympus) I picked up at a book fair that I still need to read. I had forgotten all about it so thanks for the reminder πŸ™‚

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  7. Great list! I haven’t really heard of a lot of books on it, but the ones I do know are wonderful books! I definitely want to reread the Shades of Magic series because holy moly, it’s incredible!

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  8. I’m still working my way through Discworld, but I love it so much that I already want to go re-read the few I’ve read, so I understand your struggle. And I’m just reading Bartimaeus for the first time, and I’ve heard good things about the series, so I’m looking forward to it. πŸ™‚

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      1. Ah, I don’t have Tiffany Aching, but I’ve had the whole Kindle collection sitting on my Amazon forever trying to talk myself down from just buying it (like I need a whole slew of more books, right?). But I know a lot of people who really liked those.

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      2. Oh, you’re right, who am I kidding? xD I’ll probably wait and get a set of paperbacks, though. I’m really partial to having all the physical Pratchett books I can get my hands on. I love the Death series, though.

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  9. I would love to reread HP and PJATO at some point! ❀ But I’m very bad at rereading, I don’t remember the last time I reread a book because there are soooo many books that I should read and I feel like rereading means losing the time I could’ve read those books 😳
    Great post! ❀

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    1. Ah that sounds so familiar. I rarely did it but I am trying to do it a bit more because forcing myself to read all the books when I just want to read that one specific book that makes me happy doesn’t make me happy. πŸ˜‰


  10. Ik was me onlangs aan het afvragen welke boeken ik allemaal zou willen herlezen wanneer ik mijn tbr een indrukwekkend pak lager heb gekregen en het er waren er toch vrij veel. Alleen kom ik er dus net als jij maar amper aan toe omdat er nog zoveel ongelezen boeken en onontdekte werelden op me staan te wachten.

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