REREADS #1

Recently I’ve been reading a lot of books I’ve already read. Some of them I’ve already done reviews on because I loved them and wanted to share that love. That means I can’t do another review of them…or can I? In these posts, I wanted to share some books that I have reread and some I have reread and reread.

I’d love to know some of the books you couldn’t just read once, so feel free to share in the comments!

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Nameless is such a freaking good trilogy. SO GOOD. Jenkins had me on the edge of my seat the first time. Let me tell you, way easier to read the intense parts when I already knew what was going to happen. As always I saw more the second time than I did the first, so in some ways, it was like reading it for the first time. Zo was way more likable and I empathized with her much more. I understood and felt Gryphon’s struggle. I found myself cheering the two of them on even more this time around, even though I already knew how it turned out. If you haven’t already read this book, you should! It was worth revisiting.

 

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I am also so excited for the last book which comes out October 17th this year!

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  1. This sounds like such a great series!! I don’t re-read much because I have so many new ones to read but I reread “Kim” by Rudyard Kipling every 3 or 4 years because I just love to pseudo father son relationship between a boy and him monk! lol! And I totally love YA fiction so I know it is totally an odd choice! great little post!

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    1. Thanks! 😊 I reread when I get in reading slumps or want to give myself a break. My list never lessens, yet I deviate and read books I’ve already read! Thanks for sharing!☺️

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