I recently did a discussion on re-reads and kind of wanted to follow it up with a post on some books I want to re-read sometime in the near-ish future.
All Jane Austen Novels
Austen is one of my favorite authors but it has been so long since I have read any of her books. I obviously remember what they are all about and all that, but not really the specifics and such and like the best moments so I would really like to pick them up again—especially Pride and Prejudice.
Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard
I have the new book in this series sitting on my shelf but the problem is I don’t remember too much about the last book—besides that killer end—so I would like to re-read Glass Sword before getting to it. The problem is I loaned it to my mom forever agao—literally forever ago, like last year—and she hasn’t finish it yet because she only reads on vacation. So it’s at home home and I am waiting on it.
Map of Fates by Maggie Hall
Similar thing here, the next book in this series is coming out soon and I don’t remember too much about Map of Fates—other than I loved it. So before The Ends of the World comes out I need a bit of refresher. Also this was awesome so it’s not like a pain to re-read.
Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
I loved this book but I think I read it too fast that none of it really seeped into me long-term, because it honestly wasn’t that long ago that I read it the first time.
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
If you have followed me for a while you know Alice is like one of my favorite books ever. I have so many copies of this story it is ridiculous. But it has been a while since I have read them versus watched adaptations so I am a bit fuzzy.
Outlander by Diana Gabaldon
I read this book for the first time last year after watching the television show. I want to continue on with the series but again kinda am fuzzy on exactly what happened in this book, plus I just want to relive all the cute Jamie parts.
Peter Pan by JM Barrie
Similar to Alice, Peter Pan is one of my favorites that I have neglected re-reading for too long. I know the first time I read this book it really affected me and I hope after having been so long I might get that first time reading experience before.
The Winner’s Crime by Marie Rutkoski
I read this book and kind of stopped with the series—similar to a lot of these—because I didn’t have the rest of the books. But now I have the whole series and again don’t remember a lot of the specifics so I plan on re-reading and marathoning this series.