Feb 26, 2018

10 Books I Could Re-Read Forever | Top Ten Tuesday



Hello, how is your week going? Mine has been fairly busy so you would not believe how happy I was to find out that this week's Top Ten Tuesday was to be dedicated to the books I could re-read forever. Even just thinking about my favorite books never fails to cheer me up. Does that happen to you too? I know that sometimes I just come across books that speak to me and beg me to revisit so here are ten of those stories.


1. A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J Maas

This could easily be one of my favorite books. The character development Feyre goes through is absolutely incredible. I was completely blown away the first time I read this book and have reread it several times.

2. Vampire Academy The Complete Collection by Richelle Mead

I just had to use the complete collection version here because just one of the books in this series just would not cut it. They must be read together!! 

3. Throne of Glass by Sarah J Maas

I know, I know, another Sarah J Maas book. I can't help it! I just love both book series soooo much! Though I didn't enjoy the first book as much as the other books in the series, I could re-read these books over and over again. 

4. Daughter of the Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller 

Okay, I'll admit it (again) at the risk of being disowned (again) by my co-blogger. I'm trash for this book as seen in my latest review. I can see myself reading this one over and over again. It was just so much fun. 

5. Strange The Dreamer by Laini Taylor 

Another one of my recent reviews, Strange The Dreamer was far better than I could have ever hoped. The writing was just amazing. This is one of those books I feel I can re-read and come across something I failed to notice the last time. 

6. The Seer and the Sword by Victoria Hanley

This is a sweet love story set in a fantasy world. I came across this book at a used bookstore and never expected it to become one of my favorites. Sometimes, you just need to read a sweet love story. 


 7. The Forest for the Trees by Betsy Lerner

The writing book that doesn't tell you how to write. I read this book whenever I need a little encouragement. 

8. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

This book was awesome. I got way too invested in these characters for my own good. No, Mr. Darcy, no, you cannot leave Elizabeth! You love her!!! Anyway... it's a very good book. 

9. Recombinant Loves by Lisa Haag Kang 

The one poetry book I can read over and over again. My mother wrote this chapbook based on our family tree, and it was her first published poetry chapbook. There is just something about a book written by a family member that makes you feel proud every time you read it. 

10. Art of War by Sun Tzu 

I read this book when doing some research and I thought it offered up some very interesting pieces of advice. 

Let's talk! Have you read any of these books? What did you think of them? Did you make a Top Ten Tuesday this week? If so please be sure to post a link in the comments below so I can check it out. 

Thank you to That Artsy Reader Girl for hosting.

~Elena



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