Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Could Re-read Forever.

Hello Book Lovers!

Welcome back to Top Ten Tuesday. It feels like forever since i’ve done one of these…I’m nothing but non-consistent I know. Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme set up by The Broke and the Bookish, it has now since moved to the site of That Artsy Reader Girl.

This weeks topic is ‘Books I Could Re-read Forever.’

A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J.Maas
I could re-read this entire trilogy over and over again. I am absolute Feyre and Rhysand trash and I adore A Court of Mist and Fury especially. I cannot wait until the release of the short stories of A Court of Frost and Starlight.

Throne of Glass by Sarah J.Maas
I’m just a major fan of Sarah J.Maas Ok?!
Again, this is a series I hold dear. I adore Aelin and Rowan.

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
Six of crows is a book unlike another. A series of misfits, outlaws coming together to pull off a heist? Yaass Queen! You need this book in your life. Plus Kaz, Inej and Nina forever give me the feels and I could read my babies forever.

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
I have got to have one dystopian novel thrown into this mix haven’t I.
I mean dystopian books were such a huge part of my life of course there must be one I could re-read forever and The Hunger Games trilogy is that. I have re-read it so many times, done my Bachelors dissertation on it. It’s a book that may be fiction but it can resonate with our reality. 

Ugly Love by Colleen Hoover
I am a huge fan of Colleen Hoover like a lot of the authors featured here. Well all of them. But Ugly Love for me is a book I recommend so often, I have read it so many times and I adore the plot and the characters so much. It’s a book that’s really stuck with me.

City of Bones by Cassandra Clare
The Mortal Instruments, The Infernal Devices, The Dark Artifices. Give me all of Cassie’s work and I would re-read it forever. I am so enthralled in the shadowhunter world and have been for years. Jace was one of my first ever book boyfriends… the first was Edward Cullen. 
Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L James
Now this may be a shock horror to some of you and probably an unpopular opinion but I am a major Fifty Shades fan. I have read the books so many times and each time I love it more. The books are so much more than the sexual element and I think a lot of people miss that but I get how their not everyone’s cup of tea.

Bad for you by Abbi Glines
Abbi Glines is a go to author for me whenever I feel I need a pick me up. She can write some gosh darn amazing romance, lighthearted but at the same time filled with tension, drama and serious topics. Bad For You is just my one example, it’s one I have read a number of times. I regularly pick up Abbi Glines on nights I can’t sleep.

Harry Potter series by J.K Rowling
I mean… I don’t even have to explain do I?

Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead
Like The Hunger Games I just couldn’t not include Vampire Academy. I was so hooked on this series when I first read it a few years back and I still think about it regularly. It’s definitely time for another re-read soon. Rose is such a kick ass female lead and the romance with Dimitri is SO good. 


As I finish writing this post I realise how many OTP’s I have and how much of a fangirl I am for not only the romance genre but romance in YA fantasy. I need it.
What books would be on your list?

 

 

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6 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Could Re-read Forever.

    1. That’s a good idea. I think I would have struggled with stand alones because I read so many series. I spy Scorpio Races on your list, I’ve never read that one but have heard great things so think I need to check it out at some point!
      Thanks for reading!

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  1. I have to admit, I really did not expect to see Fifty Shades on here. I’ve read it too and felt kind of engaged in the first book, but got more and more frustrated with the others. You say it’s an unpopular opinion, but considering how many people have bought and read all the books, you are probably not alone, even if it’s a different matter in this particular online bookish community hahaha

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  2. Lovely post! ❤ I think I'll have to follow you on Hunger Games and Harry Potter – both stories are so, so important to me and the hunger games was like a massive slap in the face, it was so good yet realistic and echoing, in a way, with the real world as well 🙂

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