Top 5 (books you wish you could read for the first time again) Tuesday

Finally posting a T5T post again! I’ll try my absolute best to catch up to the ones that I missed. I could just leave them, I guess, but I do want to post them because Meeghan @ Meeghan Reads always comes up with super cool prompts! So it’s Meeghan’s fault πŸ˜„ Definitely go check her out to see which prompts she’s given us this month and which books she’d love to read again.

I’m going to try to not list the books I usually list πŸ˜„ Here we go! And I hope this won’t be late 😩

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The Wicker King by Kayla Ancrum – You know that gif where the woman goes ‘and I was like AHH’ ?Please tell me if you know that gif, and where it’s from πŸ˜„ That was me with this book. I loved every single thing about this and it’s just so so beautifully written. I’d definitely love to read this again – especially in physical form, as I know the pages start getting darker and there’s a lot of illustrations here and there – I’d so love to see that.

Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson – I think I last read this in high school but I definitely want to reread this. It was such an important book and I think there’s a movie? I can’t remember who plays in it? I’m thinking Kristen Stewart for some reason.

Inkheart by Cornelia Funke – Okay, yes, I speak about this series quite a bit, but I’ll speak about it again! I loved this series so much – it has so much magic in it and so fantastical and I would love to read it again/for the first time.

Into the Drowning Deep by Mira Grant – I read this two years ago and it just remains in my head ’til this day. It’s so amazing and horror-filled. Imagine reading it ALL over again! If you haven’t read this but are looking either for mermaids that AREN’T cookie-cutter Disney-fied; or are looking for a good, spooky read.

Sick Kids in Love by Hannah Moskowitz – Lemme tell you, it’s hard having a chronic illness. What’s great is either distracting myself by reading other books or, in this case, reading about a character who has the same illness as me. It was so refreshing and amazing, and I would love to have that feeling again.

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There you go! I actually DID post this on Tuesday so yay! Do you like any of the books in this post? Which books do you wish you could read again? Come chat to me!

7 thoughts on “Top 5 (books you wish you could read for the first time again) Tuesday”

  1. Ouh I still gotta get to sick kids in love!

    For me.. i’d say the sovereign serie by Josie Jaffrey for sure- can’t think of anything else πŸ€” maybe eliza & her monsters for the anxiety rep? Meet me in cockleberry bay (the 2nd of the serie) to erase the memory that I read it while over at my ex’s family? Ahah

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  2. DB!! I was totally expecting to see The Gilded Wolves on your list!! Especially because I saw it on other lists!! But nice choice with Inkheart, I’m sad I didn’t add that one to mine now. And I really need to read The Wicker King…

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