I love to reread books for a lot of different reasons. Sometimes, it’s just been too long since I’ve last read it and I want to get a refresher. Other times, I feel like a reread might help me grasp the story or concept better. But, more than anything, I like to reread books that I absolutely love just so I can experience them all over again.
Rereading Books is honestly really important to me and it makes for such a great experience. Here are just a few books that I’ve gone through more than once:
Carry On by Rainbow Rowell
This is arguably my favorite book of all time so I love to reread it. I picked this up for the first time years ago and instantly fell in love with the story. My most recent reread was just a few months back, and I’ve found that it only gets better and more special each time.
The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
I was a enormous fan of this book in high school. I mean, I had an “Okay? Okay” shirt and everything. I probably went through this at least 4 times. It’s been years since I’ve read it, but I’d like to think it’s still as good as I remember.
The Infernal Devices Trilogy by Cassandra Clare
This series is beyond incredible. I know I’ve read it all the way through twice, and maybe Clockwork Princess even more than that. That one is, by far, my favorite of the three. Anyway, this series is brilliant, and I love Will Herondale with my entire heart.
Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover
This is one of those books I wanted to reread to get a better grasp of it. If you haven’t read Colleen Hoover before, you should know that she includes extremely unexpected plot twists in all of her books. I thought I should read this again knowing where she was going with the twist! And I wasn’t disappointed.
The Hunger Games Trilogy by Suzanne Collins
These were my absolute favorite in middle school. I don’t actually know how many times I’ve read this series; probably at least 3 or 4 times. It’s such a classic. I love these, and they make me so nostalgic.
Do you like to reread books? What books have you reread? Have you read any of the books I mentioned?