Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.
This week’s theme is
December 1: Books I Want to Read Again
I recently wrote about whether or not we can ever recapture the feeling of reading a book for the first time again during a reread. I don’t tend to reread very frequently, but for today’s post, I’m going to share books that I’m actually super keen to reread again.
I only read this in June this year, but I already want to reread it because it’s one of the funniest books I’ve read in 2020. I loved the enemies-to-lovers dynamic and the slow-burn romance was just *chef’s kiss*
The Empress of Salt and Fortune
Again, I only read this over the summer, but I low-key want to reread it because the second book in the Singing Hills Cycle, When the Tiger Came Down the Mountain, comes out this month.
Red, White & Royal Blue
I read this back in December 2019 and absolutely loved it. It honestly stole my heart. And as it’s been a year since I first read it, I could fancy a reread.
This quickly became one of my favourite graphic novels because of its witty dialogue and unique art style and I definitely want to reread it soon.
My So-Called Bollywood Life
I was lucky enough to pick up an ARC of this at an event and I remember really enjoying the story and loving the main character. It’s been more than a year since I read it though so I could quite fancy picking it up again to see if the story still hooks me in the same way.
My Brother’s Husband
I literally only read this a month ago, but I already want to reread it. It’s so heart-warming and uplifting and discusses some big issues like homophobia and single parenting.
The Candle and the Flame
I adored this book when I read it because the romance and character development were just fantastic. I’d quite like to read it again, but I borrowed it from my library, so I’ll have to wait until they’re open again (they’re closed because of lockdown) to potentially check it out.
I recently reread Vicious as part of Schwab Readalong and I’m now kind of in the mood to reread the sequel because I remember it being SO good when I read it in 2018, but I’ve not reread it since.
When Dimple Met Rishi
I can’t believe I read this in 2017. THREE YEARS AGO??? Time flies when you’ve always got your nose in a book. Now that the TV adaptation of this has released (Mismatched on Netflix), I could see myself reread it to see how much of the show is similar to the book.
Punching the Air
Again, I only read this a few months back, but I already want to listen to the audiobook again because it was such a powerful story, and beautifully narrated.
Which books do you want to reread? Have you read any of these?