Top Ten Tuesday is a lovely original feature/weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.
This week’s theme is all about those books that we would reread. I’m not much of a rereader myself, but there are a few books that I have loved enough to read a second time. Man, it’s so nice to post a TTT after not posting one in such a long time!
NOTE: All books are linked to their Goodreads’ pages. Check them out!
1. The Forest of Hands and Teeth trilogy by Carrie Ryan
I’m addicted to this series. I’ve seriously highlighted passages from these books–I’m in love with them that much. I don’t know why I keep putting myself through the pain of this series; I cry every single time I read them.
2. Uglies series by Scott Westerfeld
3. The Mine by John A. Heldt
I love this series and I would absolutely read the first book again! I still need to get my hands on the next books in the series and finish this one off. The ending of this book left me in tears so I’m eager to see what happens next. What a cliffhanger!
4. Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta
I read this book awhile ago, but I remember absolutely loving it. I’d love to revisit it! For some reason, I feel like this book has recently gained a bunch of attention. I’d just like to assert–being a Seattle hipster and all–that I read this book before it was cool. 😉
5. The Kiss of Deception by Mary E. Pearson
I read this book last year and I would reread this again. I know that a lot of people didn’t like this book, but I loved it. Sure, it’s a bit cheesy, but I loved the plot twist and the love interests. I’d read this again.
6. Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout
7. Gone with the Wind
IF I had the time, I would reread this one. It’s such a classic! I love to hate the spoiled, bratty Scarlett and I love the selfish-and-he-knows-it Rhett Butler. Plus, I need to revisit my American Civil War era history and there’s no better way than through fiction! History books bore me…
And… that’s it for this week’s TTT! What books are on your TTT this week? Have you read any of these and/or would you read them again?
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