Hey Bookworms! I was looking for something to do next, and I’ve been stumbling on quite a few, so let’s get started with the first one. This is the Reread Book Tag which was created by Brianna the Randomness Reviewer. Let’s get started!
The Reread Book Tag
A Childhood Favorite You Could Read 100 Times and Never Get Sick of it
Wild Magic by Tamora Pierce
I read this series in middle school which at this point being a month away from the last year of my 20’s, it is at this point. Any of her works I could read a million times, but this one has a soft spot as this one was my first.
A Book You DNF’ed but Would be Willing to Give Another Shot
Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson
I have DNF’ed quite a few books between this year and last, only a couple because I didn’t like them, more often than not it is because I wasn’t in the mood for them. I will put a tag on it for the library to borrow at a later time and return it for the next person to take their turn. I was on a fairy high and thought this book would have fairies like her last. It is my fault for not reading the summary, but I would give this world of magic another chance.
A Newer Favorite That You Would Reread
I chose books from this year and I will definitely be rereading these when I need a laugh or to feel less alone. I definitely recommend the movie of the second if you haven’t seen it I will include the clip at the end of the post.
A Book You Hated and Never Want to Read Again
Normal People by Sally Rooney
Now the tag line of it being compared to One Day which is one of my favorite books and movies is what drew me to this book as tag lines often do with comparison. Let me tell you it was not both of these characters were horrible, had no redemption arc, and honestly don’t even know why I finished it. Say What You Will is also another, but you can see why if you want in my review.
A Book You Read in School and Want to Try Again
The Importance of Being Earnest By Oscar Wilde
After reading The Picture of Dorian Gray and it not being my favorite, made me want to reread the lighter of Wilde. It is always something I think of when I need something light.
An Author You Would Reread Anything From
She is without a doubt the author I reread most, I reread one of her books at least once a year. They are comfort reads. My brain and heart always know which one I need at the time. She has gotten me through so much and I hope if I ever find my writing spark again, I can do the same for others.
A Series You Want to Reread for the Fun of It
Bloodlines by Richelle Mead
This couple is my ship and comfort all in one to accept the flaws in one another and help each other grow. I think I need them for inspiration this year.
A Series You Want to Reread for the Adaptation
House of Night by PC and Kristin Cast
There are a few adaptations that come to mind but since this one has been the longest since I’ve read it, when it does get a release date I do plan on rereading the first 3.
A Book You Want to Reread as An Audiobook
The Sight By David Clement Davies
I remember reading this in the middle school, and it is one of my greatest regrets that I never finished this duology. Maybe if I get them as audiobooks, I can finally finish it. One can hope!
Well that’s all for this tag, and it was fun! The last question was the hardest though because so many of my rereads lately have been audio books. What is something fun, if it’s not a bit of a challenge? Have you read any of these? Did you do this tag? Let me know in the comments below! Happy Reading and stay safe all!