1. Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling
What year is complete without the annual pilgramage through the Harry Potter series? In all honesty, I have probably read it through 6 times by now.
2. The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater
I'm sure everyone knows by now that this is my all-time favorite series. Between re-reads and reading like, everything published on AO3, a measurable percentage of my life is dedicated to reading about these nerds.
3. All For the Game by Nora Sakavic
I love these broken children to little tiny bits. I'll pull up my e-books for frequent re-reads, and I recently bought the whole series in paperback. Just to hold them, and gaze at them fondly sometimes. You know, important reasons to spend $40.
4. The Mediator by Meg Cabot
I grew up on this series. Legit. As a pre-teen I'd re-read the series in a week maybe a couple times a year. I recently had the trip down memory lane because there was a sequel to the series oh my goood. So another re-read occurred, of course!
5. Inkheart by Cornelia Funke
I feel like this one was published in that small window where YA wasn't cool, so the amount of people who haven't read this breaks my heart! Where is the fandom for Dustfinger or Farid or Moe? Give! Me! Fan! Content!
Honorable Mention: A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas
The more Maas I read, the more I'm honestly a little bit over her. But dead in the middle of a fairly mediocre series is this gem. It's over 600 pages and I've read it cover-to-cover three times! Why was the rest of the series not this perfect?
What books could you re-read into eternity? Let me know in the comments!
Weekly feature courtesy of That Artsy Reader Girl.
Six times? Wow! That's a lot of re-reading. I've only read the HP series through once and that's as the books were being published. I'm in the middle of re-reading it now. It's fun to revisit all the characters, places, and events that I loved so much on the first go-around and to find new gems I seem to have missed!ReplyDelete