Top 5 Books I Want to Re-Read

Even with a towering TBR, some books just beg for a reread. Whether it’s because I loved the book or because I just want to revisit the book to see if my thoughts on it have changed, there’s a long list of books I’d love to reread.

The Bird and the Sword by Amy Harmon


Swallow, Daughter, pull them in, those words that sit upon your lips. Lock them deep inside your soul, hide them ‘til they’ve time to grow. Close your mouth upon the power, curse not, cure not, ‘til the hour. You won’t speak and you won’t tell, you won’t call on heav’n or hell. You will learn and you will thrive. Silence, Daughter. Stay alive.

The day my mother was killed, she told my father I wouldn’t speak again, and she told him if I died, he would die too. Then she predicted the king would trade his soul and lose his son to the sky.

My father has a claim to the throne, and he is waiting in the shadows for all of my mother’s words to come to pass. He wants desperately to be king, and I just want to be free.

But freedom will require escape, and I’m a prisoner of my mother’s curse and my father’s greed. I can’t speak or make a sound, and I can’t wield a sword or beguile a king. In a land purged of enchantment, love might be the only magic left, and who could ever love . . . a bird?


I read The Bird and The Sword in August and I immediately wanted to reread it. This is one of the best books I’ve ever read and it was everything I look for in a book. I can see myself rereading this book multiple times a year because I loved it so much.

It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover



Lily hasn’t always had it easy, but that’s never stopped her from working hard for the life she wants. She’s come a long way from the small town in Maine where she grew up – she graduated from college, moved to Boston, and started her own business. So when she feels a spark with a gorgeous neurosurgeon named Ryle Kincaid, everything in Lily’s life suddenly seems almost too good to be true.

Ryle is assertive, stubborn, and maybe even a little arrogant. He’s also sensitive, brilliant, and has a total soft spot for Lily, but Ryle’s complete aversion to relationships is disturbing.

As questions about her new relationship overwhelm her, so do thoughts of Atlas Corrigan – her first love and a link to the past she left behind. He was her kindred spirit, her protector. When Atlas suddenly reappears, everything Lily has built with Ryle is threatened.

With this bold and deeply personal novel, Colleen Hoover delivers a heart-wrenching story that breaks exciting new ground for her as a writer. It Ends With Us is an unforgettable tale of love that comes at the ultimate price.


I actually have read It Ends With Us twice this year and I already feel the need to reread it again. It Ends With Us is a life changing book for me and every time I read it, I take away something new. I can’t wait to reread it many more times and find something new each time.

Too Late by Colleen Hoover


Sloan will go through hell and back for her little brother. And she does, every single night.

Forced to remain in a relationship with the dangerous and corrupt Asa Jackson, Sloan will do whatever it takes to make sure her brother has what he needs.

Nothing will get in her way.

Nothing except Carter.

Sloan is the only good thing to ever happen to Asa. He knows this and he never plans on letting her go; even if she doesn’t approve of his lifestyle. But despite Sloan’s disapproval, Asa knows what it takes to get what he wants. He knows what he needs to do to remain on top.

Nothing will get in his way.

Nothing except Carter.

Too Late was such an addicting and entertaining read, I can’t wait to pick it up again. This was one of the few books that kept me reading until 3am and I’m curious if my reread will have me reading until late into the night as well.

Ten by Gretchen McNeil 


Don’t spread the word!
Three-day weekend. Party at White Rock House on Henry Island.
You do NOT want to miss it.

It was supposed to be the weekend of their lives—an exclusive house party on Henry Island. Best friends Meg and Minnie each have their reasons for being there (which involve T.J., the school’s most eligible bachelor) and look forward to three glorious days of boys, booze and fun-filled luxury.

But what they expect is definitely not what they get, and what starts out as fun turns dark and twisted after the discovery of a DVD with a sinister message: Vengeance is mine.

Suddenly people are dying, and with a storm raging, the teens are cut off from the outside world. No electricity, no phones, no internet, and a ferry that isn’t scheduled to return for two days. As the deaths become more violent and the teens turn on each other, can Meg find the killer before more people die? Or is the killer closer to her than she could ever imagine?


I read Ten in 2012 and I loved it. I’ve been thinking about it a lot lately and I’m really curious to see if my thoughts have changed. I’m hoping to squeeze in a reread early next year but my TBR is so large, I might not get around to it.

Dead Reckoning by Mercedes Lackey, Rosemary Edghill


Jett is a girl disguised as a boy, living as a gambler in the old West as she searches for her long-lost brother. Honoria Gibbons is a smart, self-sufficient young woman who also happens to be a fabulous inventor. Both young women travel the prairie alone – until they are brought together by a zombie invasion! As Jett and Honoria investigate, they soon learn that these zombies aren’t rising from the dead of their own accord … but who would want an undead army? And why?


I read this book back in 2012 as well and unlike Ten, I didn’t really like it. I don’t remember why I didn’t like it but I gave it only 2 stars on GoodReads. I came across my copy of Dead Reckoning a few weeks ago while I was cleaning my shelves and I’ve been thinking about it ever since. I might try to fit a reread in before the end of the year but this might forever be on my reread list.




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