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Top Five Tuesday- Books I want to reread

Top Five Tuesday is a weekly meme where we respond to a prompt. Our host is Shanah @bionicbookworm. This week it is books we want to reread.

1- Tash Hearts Tolstoy by Kathryn Ormsbee

This was my favorite read in 2017 and I am long overdue for a reread. I will see about working it into my TBR for Pride month next month. I just want to get back into this story and reread it year after year in the summer.

2- After Anatevka by Alexandra Silber

I plan on writing a Historical Fiction this year. Before I do, I want to reread one of my favorite Historical Fictions. This book doesn't have the greatest of settings, or time periods, but I love the characters in this book so much. I have discussed this book on the blog a lot, and I don't think that I will stop.

3- Comics Will Break Your Heart by Faith Erin Hicks

My favorite read of 2019 so far, I haven't finished the book I started today, but this will definitely be on my top five or ten books in the year. What I loved most about this book was the fact that it was star-crossed lovers who perhaps shouldn't have fallen in love, and yet they do. The main character Miriam is really relatable on so many levels to me as a person. I need to reread it as I miss this story and these characters.

4- Carry On  by Rainbow Rowell

Wayward Son comes out this year and I want to reread this because I need to make sure I remember the story and the events. I did not enjoy this novel as much as I enjoyed Fangirl, so I'm hoping a reread will have me enjoy this book more.

5-  The Secret Diary of Lizzie Bennet by Bernie Su and Kate Rodrick

This is a modern day retelling of Pride and Prejudice. I want to reread it because it has been a while and I miss the characters in this version of the classic. By the end of the year, I want to reread this one and the Lydia Book.

What are five books you want to reread?


  1. I don't re-read much but after I watch the Game of Thrones finale, I do want to eventually go back and re-read those books.

    1. I re downloaded those books a few weeks ago. I should get back into the E Book Box set I have.


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