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Books I Want to Reread
Okay. So I normally don't ever re-read books for the sake of time... and I actually was so off-key and against it. But after watching the If I Stay movie in August, I decided to re-read the sequel, Where She Went, and my rating surprisingly went from a 4 star to a mega-amazing 5 star. Imagine what can change in more than a year, huh?
So the only two books that I've ever read (I'm so crazy, I know) are Where She Went and The Hunger Games for school. But I definitely want to go on and re-read the ones that have somewhat inspired me and gave me amazing feels!
1. Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen
What a classic. *laughs* I read this a year ago and I didn't find it too intriguing, but I did finish it. I'm definitely keeping it to read when my vocabulary expands and I will be able to read some "proper" English titles.
2. The Ruining, by Anna Collomore
I'd re-read this at any day, at any time. It was utterly the most strangest and craziest book I've read, but certainly one of the best. What I can't forget about is the yellow walls...
3. Dissonance, by Erica O'Rourke
This book was the first ARC I've ever received, and I finished it in a matter of hours. I still can clearly remember the events until this day, but that doesn't stop me from wanting to picture them even more clearly in my head.
4. Before I Go, by Riley Weston
I cried like a total maniac while reading this book. It was actually better than TFIOS. More people have to find out about it. :')
5. The Host, by Stephanie Meyer
Hello... Beautiful. I read you back in March '13 before your movie was released, no? We had an amazing 6 hours together, one sitting. I LOVE YOU AND I MISS YOU!
6. The Perks of Being a Wallflower, by Stephen Chbosky
This tiny book honestly changed my life. I haven't watched the movie, but I can't imagine this story out of my life. It's helped me in tons of ways. *blushes*
7. The Last Princess, by Galaxy Craze
OKAY WHERE IS THIS SEQUEL?! I NEED IT... NOWWW!
8. Wake, by Amanda Hocking
I honestly don't even have to describe my love for these books. Just go and look at my Goodreads ratings! I've spent more than a year without Amanda Hocking's books, and I sure can't spend another.
9. Anna and the French Kiss, by Stephanie Perkins
I've read Isla, and now I need to start from the beginning all over again, with the story that stole my heart and never let it go.
10. Shatter Me, by Taherah Mafi
What pretties would YOU want to re-read again?