Wednesday, April 26, 2017

My Reread TBR

I love to reread. I even wrote a post about why I love it, you should check it out here. I promise it's good ;). Anyway, whenever I'm looking at my shelves I see so many books I need to read again. So, I thought I'd make a list of them and hope they no longer haunt me.

1. Love Letters To The Dead by Ava Dellaira
I read this very early last year and honestly, I can't remember a lot from it. I remember I really liked it and it reminded me of Perks of Being a Wallflower which I love. Also, because it's from my pre-reviewing days (hence why I only have a vague idea of how I felt about it) I really want to review it.

2. The Bees by Laline Paull
This one was once again pre-reviewing but I remember reading this one pretty well. I remember it was so unusual and I loved it, I thought it was genius. I would love to write a review about this because I'm so in love with the concept.

157908733. This Is What Happy Looks Like by Jennifer E. Smith
Because fluff. It was so cute and light and fluffy and I can't get enough of anything fluffy.

4. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
This is one of my all time favourite books. If someone took me to a deserted island and told me to take only one book, this would be it. I mean, I'd put up a fight first because who do they think they are but I'd definitely end up taking The Book Thief with me.  I actually have a review of this one here.

5. Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
This is one of my favourite classics and it's been about two years since I read this which is surprising to me because I really didn't think that much time had passed. I really love it, it's so sweet.

6. Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Levithan
6567017Because it's been three years and I can't remember if I loved it or hated it. I think I loved it but I was 14 and I loved anything John Green wrote by principal and I don't think I'd still love it now. I think it would make for an interesting review.

7. Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan
I think I like this a lot. I had a theme though a couple years ago, I loved anything angsty hence my love for John Green. I considered myself a rebellious teenager who didn't conform by societies rules. This was absolutely not true, I can confirm I was the most timid teenager ever, definitely not rebellious. Angsty books like this made me feel rebellious though and I liked that. It would be interesting to see what I think of them now that I've accepted my I am not an angst ridden teen.

8. City of Bones by Cassandra Clare
Just because I really liked this one and it sort of went downhill for me as the series progressed.

9. I Was Here by Gayle Forman
I think I liked this one but once again, I struggle it remember much of it.

2301596210. Girl Online by Zoe Sugg
Because I can't decide if I want to read the other books or not.

11.The Improbable Theory of Ana and Zak by Brian Katcher
Did I like this or did I not? I can't remember. I really wish I'd started reviewing earlier because it is a great way to log the way I felt about certain books.

12. The Yearbook Committee by Sarah Ayoub
This was magnificent and one of my favourite pieces of Oz YA. So good.

13.Never Always Sometimes by Adi Alsaid
Because I don't like to leave things on even numbers.


  1. I love rereading books too! I've been thinking about reading The Book Thief for a while now, but at the moment I'm in the middle of rereading The Infernal Devices.

    Ely @ Tea & Titles

    1. Oooh, that just reminded me of how much I want to reread The Infernal Devices. Definitely my favourite series Cassie Clare has done.

  2. I definitely want to re read The Book Thief! I remember loving it, but I honestly can't remember much that happened in it so I really want to experience the awesomeness again!

    1. Yes! You'll have to do it soon, I can't get over my love for that book.

  3. I read love letters to the dead so long ago and I'm the same, I can't really remember what happened but I remember that I enjoyed it, I'm pretty sure I gave it a good rating on Goodreads but I never reviewed it. I really enjoy re-reading but I always feel terrible for picking up a book I've already read when I have so many that I haven't read yet! Great post <3

    P.s - I commented with my personal account first so ignore that :'D!

    1. Haha, thank you! Me too, there's so many things I want to read for the first time but also so many things I want to read again. Such a struggle!

  4. My re-read TBR is pretty much just full of series so that I can finally finish them haha. I really want to read Love Letters to the Dead for the first time, though!

    1. Ugh, yes! I love rereading a series to finish it off, mostly because I can never remember what's happened in previous books. I'm almost 85 percent sure I really liked Love Letter to the Dead so I hope you like it too!