Five books I want to REread in 2016

As we all know, I absolutely love books, there is nothing more fun than sitting down with a good book and reading the night away. So why, when I love so many books do I not reread the ones I love more often? It makes no sense, I rewatch my favourite tv shows and movies and yet I very rarely reread my favourite books. This year I want to go back a revisit some of my favourite books, and here is the list for you! 

1. Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone – J.K Rowling

This is mainly because I purchased the new illustrated edition of the book a few months ago and I want to read it badly. So why not reread my all time favourite just for the hell of it? I cannot wait! 

2. Mockingjay -Suzanne Collins

I read the first two in the hunger games trilogy towards the end of 2015 so I really should reread the last book just to make the trilogy complete again (although Mockingjay is not my favourite book of the series) 

3. Billy and Me – Giovanna Fletcher

Rumour has it that Mrs Fletcher’s upcoming novel is a continuation of Billy and Me so of course I will need to reread the first one to jog my memory

4. The Storyteller – Jodi Picoult

I don’t have all time favourites but if I did this would most certainly be at the top of the list! I’ve not read this beautiful book in a few years and it’s definitely a few years too long. Plus apparently, Jodi has a new book coming out later this year and you can never ever read too much Jodi Picoult in one year! 

5. The Diary of Anne Frank – Anne Frank

Boyfriend and I are going to Amsterdam next month and I’m looking forward to going to Anne Frank’s house. I think it’s only fair to reread her story before we go, I’ve not reread it in a few years so it’s still not on my goodreads read pile despite having read it before. 
Do you guys reread books often? What are you planned reread for this year? 

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One thought on “Five books I want to REread in 2016

  1. Heddy says:

    I’m planning to reread Philosopher’s Stone again as well, for precisely the same reasons as you. Received the illustrated version as a Christmas present, and it’s so beautiful! I had a quick look at the whole book, but am planning to sit down and read through the whole story again while taking in the stunning illustrations.

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