25 Days of Blogging – Day #8
Books to Re-Read
Now I have no idea when I will get the time to re-read since I still have so many books that I haven’t read at all yet. Normally it has to be a really REALLY good book for me to even consider to re-read it. Pretty much it needs to be sitting with a 5 stars after the first time I read it. These are the top three series I would love to re-read. There are so many amazing books but these stand out for me. Anyway…Here we go!
Uglies Series by Scott Westerfeld
- I loved this series. There is no doubt about it. I read through this series like it was nobody’s business. I would happily read this series again and again. I plan to do so because I would like to have formal reviews on each book. I do prefer the old covers as these are the covers that I own. I read this before I knew what dystopian was I read this series because I thought it sounded interesting and it definitely was. I connected well with the characters and the storyline was out of this world.
Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead
- Another series I read back when the first book came out. One of my close friends and I stalked this series, waiting for the next book to come out. We were totally hooked! I really think this series got better as it went along. The first and last books are definitely my favorites in the series, the last book had SO MUCH happen in it. It was a lot of drama and emotion and it just summed everything up. Definitely my favorite Young Adult vampire series. I’m pretty sure my friend would agree with me.
Midnighter’s series by Scott Westerfeld
- Yes, another Westerfeld series. Love his work. Another series that was out of this world. A place where time stops? What?! When I was younger I wouldn’t have even thought about something like that. So new, different. Now, there are tons of dystopian and out of this world books but for me Westerfeld was the first so I’m going to cling to my childhood and stick with my favorites.
That’s it for me today! Have any books you plan on re-reading? Do you feel differently after re-reading a book?