Top Ten Books I Would Want To Reread (If I Reread Books)

Top Ten Tuesday

For me, rereading is a thing of the past. Which is incredibly unfortunate, but I just don’t have the time to reread books lately. Especially when there are new books that I need to get my hands on.

The idea of rereading is actually so enticing because I’m always super sad to leave a world behind, or a character that I grew deeply attached to. Sometimes, it feels like I mourn characters as if they died when I finish a book or series.

Anyway, here’s my list of the top ten books I would reread, if only I had the time…

and who knows? Maybe I will get around to rereading them sometime in the future (only, at that point the list will probably have tripled).


  1. The 5th Wave – I really enjoyed this book and I was totally immersed in the story, but I feel like I need to read it once more before the movie hits the theaters. Just as a refresher.
  2. Please Ignore Vera Dietz – This book was amazing, but I feel like it’s one of those books that you can reread over and over again and never get tired of. It has a nostalgic, sort of sentimental feeling to it (for me, anyway).
  3. Fangirl – I read this book around last Christmas, and it feels like a lifetime ago. I’ve really changed throughout this year and I think I need to read this one again, just to see if anything changes in my perspective.
  4. Divergent – I have been putting off reading Insurgent for forever! It’s been so long that I feel like I need to reread Divergent just to get back into the world!
  5. The Hunger Games – Mockingjay is coming out this month! Woot woot! Rereading this series would be perfect for getting hyped up about the movie’s release.
  6. Cinder – I can not wait for Winter to come out, so it would nice to reread this Lunar Chronicles to make sure I haven’t forgotten anything about the complex world these characters live in!
  7. I Am Number Four – I read this book years ago after seeing the movie, and I didn’t even realize it was a series. I would love to reread the first book and to continue on with the series.
  8. Eleanor & Park – CUTENESS! I would reread this one just because it’s absolutely adorable and heartbreakingly perfect.
  9. Crash Into Me – I read this book SO long ago that I don’t even remember what this book is about really. And I have no clue how it ends. So I think a reread is practically required.
  10. The Bad Beginning (A Series of Unfortunate Events #1) – I LOVED this series as a child. Sixth grade was very weird for me because I had just moved and had to switch schools, so this series was very comforting to me during that time. I flew through this whole series within a month or two (which was very quickly for me at the time), and I would love to visit this world again.

2 thoughts on “Top Ten Books I Would Want To Reread (If I Reread Books)

  1. Awesome list! Sorry that it took so long for me to get around to commenting, I’ve been having trouble managing my time :/

    I agree, if I had time to reread, I totally would. I often find that I missed details, or gain a new perspective on the book. But as it is, I barely have enough time to read books for the first time, so rereading isn’t typically a part of my schedule :/
    I originally wanted to reread the Hunger Games trilogy in preparation for Mockingjay part 1, but I don’t think I’ll have enough time :/ I’m still hoping to get through at least half of Mockingjay though and predict where they’ll stop part 1, haha.

    YES for Lemony Snicket books. He’s one of the most hilarious authors I’ve ever read, and his books are so full of snark, wit, suspense, and general awesomeness.


    1. I completely understand where you’re coming from with the time management issue! I am in the same boat. I might reread some parts of mockingjay but probably not the whole book. My friend is starting to reread Lemony Snickets books and I’m kind of jealous that I don’t have the time to do it too lol! Thanks for commenting! 🙂


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