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Books I’d Like To Re-Read

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There are some books that just leave a lasting impression on you. When you think about them you wish you could re-read/re-live all those wonderful moments all over again like looking back through a photo album at fond memories. But as is the way with avid readers we tend to have an extensive TBR list. This means we have very little to no time to re-read our favorite books.

Next time when there’s a lull in my reading I’d like to go back and re-read the following books:

 

A Countess Below Stairs* by Eva Ibbotson

A Company of Swans* by Eva Ibbotson

The Ruins of Gorlan by John Flanagan

Queen of the Shadows by Dianne Sylvan

The Goose Girl by Shannon Hale

The Warrior Heir by Cinda Williams Chima

Terrier by Tamora Pierce

Song of the Lioness, Daughter of the Lioness, & Circle of Magic series by Tamora Pierce

The Will of the Empress* by Tamora Pierce

Wild Magic by Tamora Pierce

Touching Spirit Bear* by Ben Mikaelsen

The Green and the Gray* by Timothy Zahn

Dragon and Thief by Timothy Zahn

A Novel of the Nine Kingdoms, books 1-3 by Lynn Kurland

The Cry of the Icemark by Stuart Hill

 

The ones that are stand-alones are indicated by an asterisk (*), the rest are the first books of their respective series. This to-re-read list contains young adult fiction, young adult fantasy, urban fantasy, science fiction, and fantasy. There are other books I’d add to this list but the ones above are titles I’d really like to read again. They contain many special moments and stories I just want to experience again. Maybe during the summer I’ll take a break from my TBR list and read all these books – that would be a fun summer adventure. I’d also recommend any of these books – for me, they’re all 4 stars or more.

Have you read any of these books? What books would you like to re-read if you had the time? Let me know in the comments.

Happy Reading!

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