What books do you have that you have read or willl read more than once? It would be more fun if you can also tell why. :-)
OK, well, I don't think I've ever re-read a book. But I fully intend to re-read The Twilight Saga and The Hunger Games.
I'm thinking about re-reading the Twilight Saga just to refresh my memory a bit. The movie made me rusty.
i have re-read the twilight saga like 3 times already. haha
The Twilight series started my love of reading and I have to admit that I was stuck on it for a few weeks. I read all the books at least 3 times each. LOL
Venomous by Christopher Krovatin, 13 Reasons Why, When it Happens, Perfect Chemistry, and Graceling. Reasons...These books are Amazing!! and my favorites
I plan on reading my favorite books again when I get time. To see if I missed anything and because I enjoy them so much! :)
I almost always reread a book I've really enjoyed (sometimes even the same week I read it the first time), so the list of books I've reread would be miles long. If it's on my shelf with four or more stars, I've likely read it more than 3 times. Books I've read more than 2-3 times, I usually buy for my own collection. Sometimes I let books sit for a few years, and then read them again. This hasn't been a typical week, but in the last week I've reread from more than 9 novels and 4 manga series. Of course, I don't always (or even usually) read the whole book cover to cover - sometimes I just pick a favorite part and read on from there. Of interest to this crowd - I reread most of the first three Maximum Ride novels this week. I also read "The Tombs of Atuan" by Ursula K. LeGuin for the first time, and then went back and reread part of it the next day. I'm currently rereading the D.N.Angel manga series, and I just finished rereading the +Anima manga series (except v. 10, which I'd read at the library and am now on backorder for).
Yay! +Anima 10 arrived in the mail this morning! Happy weekend all!
To answer my own question :-) I have read Twilight twice already and had a second read of New Moon just weeks ago (in preparation for the movie). The second time is always a better read for me since I become more particular to the small details which I usually miss during the first read. I am planning to reread the Study series by Maria Snyder because they are just simply amazing.I will try to read the books you have mentioned here as well. If you have read it more than once (or planning to), it just simply shows how good they really are. Thanks guys!
Well, like most people, I only re-read books that I immensely enjoyed. I"ve read and re-read the Harry Potter series countless times, along with the Twilight Saga. Also all the Eragon books. They really captured my attention, which is weird cause usually I don't like books like that.
I've read Eragon four times and still don't know why I like that series so much!
I have re-read Twilight and I'm working on re-reading books that it has been a while that I have read like A Walk to Remember and other by Nicholas Sparks because I just love them!
I have re-read The Long Hard Road Out Of Hell by Marilyn Manson three or four times (beginning to lose count). It's really an amazing read for anyone who likes biographies. I'm thinking of re-reading the Twilight Saga and once I get Blood & Chocolate, I'm re-reading it for sure.
Blood and Chocolate was such a good read!
I know! I read it back when I was in jr. high school and loved it. I can't wait to add it to my collection.
I have read Dead to the World 3 or 4 times and the other books in the Sookie Stackhouse series I have re-read my favorite parts of each book several times. I always find my way back toTwilight.
I love re-reading SS. My favorite is Dead Until Dark.
I have also reread many many books, but my favorite books to reread are the Harry Potter books. If you loved those books the first time it is definitely worth it to read through the series, in order, again.
When I was still in middle school/high school I made a habit of re-reading all the Harry Potter books I had during my summer vacation. I've re-read the Sookie Stackhouse novels a few times (they're quick and fun).
Nowadays I find myself re-reading some the books that were dear to me as a child:The Grand Escape by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor and Roald Dahl's the BFG. My copies of both are ripped, stained, and creased but I still love them as much as I did when I was little.
I have never read a book more than once, until now. I have just started Graceling again. I read it the week before last, then read the companion, Fire, last week. I decided to read Graceling again because I flew through both of them so quickly and Fire is set 35 years before Graceling. I just love Katsa and Graceling is definetely on the top of my list now! I will probably read The Hunger Games again, too.