Six Books I Really Want To Re-Read

#SixForSunday is a weekly prompt hosted by Steph at A Little But a Lot in which we’re encouraged to share 6 books or book-related opinions on a theme.

This week’s theme is Books You Want To Re-Read and yet again, it’s another tough choice!

To help me decide, I’ve added on the extra rule that they must be dark in nature to match the tone of the season.

I really want to re-read all of these books before the end of the year!

6 Books I Really Want To Re-Read:

Over To You:

Which books do you want to re-read before the end of the year?

8 thoughts on “Six Books I Really Want To Re-Read

    • ashortbooklover says:

      I think it’s very much a Marmite kind of book: either you love it or you hate it. At the end of the day, it’s your personal opinion. I love it and would definitely say give it another chance, but there’s so many books out there that might just captivate you more.

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  1. Kathy @ Books & Munches says:

    I rarely, if ever, reread books because.. I have way too many unread books on my shelves and it would seem so unfair towards those, haha. I did, however, reread Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda and Leah on the Offbeat by Becky Albertalli earlier this year. And 180 Seconds by Jessica Park. Three of my all-time favorite contemporaries – yay! Three in a year is.. a pretty exceptional number for me, haha.

    Totally agree with They Both Die At The End though! That one is a tear-jerker for sure and I love it when books like that can give you the same feels when you reread them. Maybe I should put it on my 2019 reread-list. 😀

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    • ashortbooklover says:

      That’s a solid reason and I’m the same, but I find rereading always gets me out of a reading slump! Good choices for rereads and thanks for agreeing about They Both Die At The End.


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