This week’s topic is: Books I Want to Re-Read
According to Goodreads: “Though it seems like we are all constantly chasing the next upcoming release, let’s take a trip down memory lane and talk about some books that we’d like to re-visit.”
I can’t tell you how excited I am about this one! All these are books I ADORE, but haven’t re-read. I won’t choose the books I’ve already re-read several times b/c that’s no fun. So, let’s do this thing!
A Court of Mist and Fury
I feel like this choice is obvious. Ever since I read this masterpiece back in the summer, I’ve had the urge to re-read it ever since. I see this one in my in my hands in the near future. And by that I mean in the next two to three weeks. It’ll definitely be re-read before the year is out.
The Scorpio Races
This was the book that made me fall in love with Maggie Steifvater. I had nothing but good things to say about The Scorpio Races. Heck, I even recommended it to my entire classroom a couple years back when I had to pretend to be an acquisition editor attempting to convince the board of editors to buy the book. This is one of my favorite books of all time.
Six of Crows and Crooked Kingdom
I chose to put these two together because I can’t just read Six of Crows and leave the story unfinished. I need BOTH books to feel satisfied, though, Six of Crows holds a special place in my heart for introducing me to the likes of charmingly wicked Kaz Brekker. This duology definitely needs to be re-read, and soon.
Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour
I read this lovely little YA contemporary back in high school and I haven’t forgotten it. This book inspired my travel bug, and it dared me to believe that there are plenty of good things in this world to be experienced.
The Hunger Games
I think I’d like to revisit the first groundbreaking modern YA dystopian again. I read the book so long ago that I can barely remember how it felt to read it the first time. My memory of the book has kind of been erased by the films. So, I’d like to remedy that whenever and however I can.
Some Extras (Because I Don’t Know How to Follow Rules)