Top Ten Tuesday | Books I Could Re-read Forever

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly featured hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.

I am the kind of person who, if I find something I love, will want to read it/watch it/eat it again and again. This might explain why I have devoured the whole first season of HBO’s Girls (for the third time since it came out) within the past few days – (re)experiencing something you know you will enjoy is like slipping into a comfortable warm bath, with the added reassurance that it’ll be a worthy investment of your time.

 

  1. A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara
  2. The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde
  3. Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman
  4. The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt
  5. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by J.K. Rowling
  6. Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
  7. Collected Poems by Philip Larkin
  8. Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
  9. Matilda by Roald Dahl

(I’m only doing nine so as not to mess up the symmetry I’ve got going on with the circles!)

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7 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday | Books I Could Re-read Forever

  1. dbmoviesblog says:

    I particularly agree with you on The Goldfinch and on Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. I have to admit I never read Matilda. I am planning to rectify that as soon as possible. Great post.

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  2. Kristilyn says:

    Jane Eyre is on so many lists! I look forward to rereading that one this year. And I can’t wait to read Great Expectations. I hope to get to some Roald Dahl with my kids as they get older – I don’t think I’ve read his books since I was younger! And I’m very intrigued by A Little Life – it sounds really good.

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    • Rose - Novels and Teacups says:

      Isn’t Jane Eyre wonderful? Easily one of my favourite classics, along with Great Expectations. I always feel a bit apprehensive when I read Dickens because I know it’s going to be a big time investment, but it’s always worth it! A Little Life is incredible, my best book of 2016 without a doubt, but very traumatic reading so proceed with caution!

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