I don’t know about you but I believe that the reason my TBR is so out of hand is that I love to re-read books. I am so so bad for it, especially when i’m going through a reading slump I find the easiest way to get out of it is to re-read a favourite book/series. I always think that I rush through a bit to much the first time, and I pick up so many bits re-reading that I just cant help doing it. So as you can tell this might be hard to narrow down to 6! Are you a serial re-reader like me, or do you read a book once and then never pick it up again? Let me know in the comments.
Six for Sunday is hosted over at A Little But A lot.
Queen of Air and Darkness – Cassandra Clare
I mean, I really need to re-read this whole series. So much happened and so far I have only read each book the once. This was such an epic end to the series, but im happy that we aren’t leaving the Blackthorns and Emma completely as Clare has said one of her next series will be based around Ty and Kit.
Children of Blood and Bone – Tomi Adeyemi
I definitely need to re-read this, mainly because the release of the sequel has been pushed back, and I’m already iffy on some of the plot lines for the book. I also remember really enjoying this though so It’s a re-read I will be looking forward too.
Mirage – Somaiya Daud
This was one of my top 2018 reads and such an epic debut! I blazed through this book, which is one of the reasons I will be re-reading. I probably missed a whole host of little details that I’ll be able to pick up the second time around.
Kingdom of Ash – Sarah J Maas
At some point, when I have enough time, I plan on reading this series from start to finish. There is so much foreshadowing and plot lines weaved through the whole series that I think to truly grasp the beauty of this series you need to read it as a whole. Add in that this was a truly awesome, if not overly emotional end to one of my all time favourite series, and I will be sure to pick this up again soon.
The Shadow of the Fox – Julie Kagawa
I’m due a re-read of this to make sure that I’m up to date for the sequel out later this year. This along with Skyward were my top reads of 2019. I truly loved following Yumeko and her band of miss-fits, and I cant see me liking it any less the second time around.
Skyward – Brandon Sanderson
Another of my top 2019 reads, and this one also has a sequel out later in the year which is all the excuse I need to re-read this beauty of a book. I’ve loved Sanderson’s writing for a while, and this did not let down. Even if there wasn’t a sequel due out I would find a reason to re-read this!