Books I Want to Re-read

In 2018, I made this same post and gave 5 books I wanted to re-read that year.  Since then, I’ve only re-read 2 of the books. I am not a big re-reader because I have so many other books that I want to read. But, I do want to work on it!

I think I am going to dedicate a full month to re-reads this year, possibly in December, so that I can re-visit some of my favorite stories.

Anyways, here is a list of another 5 books I want to re-read, and maybe finally will this year!

Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Real talk- I read this book twice in 2019 because I loved it so much. But both times that I read it, it was via audiobook. The narrators were INCREDIBLE, but this time, I want to read the book physically and annotate it! I now own two copies of the book, so it is obviously very important to me, so having an annotated copy would be even more special.

Summer Bird Blue by Akemi Dawn Bowman

I absolutely adored this book. I thought it was so beautifully written, and it is high on my all-time favorites list. I read the e-book, but I want to own it physically. I’m hoping to buy it at some point this year because I need to have a physical copy to re-read. If you haven’t read this one, I highly recommend it!

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han

This book is part of one of my favorite series ever, yet I’ve only read it once. And truthfully, I don’t remember much about it aside from the basics. I’ve watched the movie multiple times, and I adore it, so I really need to re-read the book. I would like to re-read the entire series, though I don’t know if I’ll get around to that.

Alex, Approximately by Jenn Bennett

This is another one of my favorite books, and again, I’ve never re-read it. I think I’m afraid of re-reading books because I feel like I won’t have the same love for them as I did the first time around. But, truthfully, it’s been so long since I’ve read it, that it will almost feel like I’m reading it for the first time again.

Everything Leads to You by Nina LaCour

Last up is Everything Leads to You. I distinctly remember reading this one and being in awe of film production. I wanted to learn anything and everything there is to it. I really enjoyed the storyline and the characters as well. I want to re-read this one to get those same feelings as it gave me the first time- feeling inspired and passionate about something!

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Do you often re-read books? Let me know by leaving a comment below!

Talk to you soon!

Jessica

8 thoughts on “Books I Want to Re-read

  1. I’m not a big re-reader either, but I’ve challenged myself this year to re-read all of Roald Dahl’s childrens books! So far I’m really enjoying it and as I can intersperse them with new reads it doesn’t feel like reading lots of books I have read before.
    I really need to get around to picking up Daisy Jones and the Six – it seems to be everywhere at the minute! It is always good to try re-reading books you’ve loved via a different medium, like an audiobook. I might try that with Sally Rooney’s Normal People this year!

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  2. I hope you love all these books the same the second time around!
    I always want to reread books, but I don’t actually do it that often..

    (www.evelynreads.com)

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