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.
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted over on That Artsy Reader Girl.
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
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.