Again, I wasn’t a fan of this week’s prompt (Standalone Books That Need a Sequel), so I decided to go with an old one that looked fun!
Basically, I reread (more like relisten to) this book every six-ish months. Seriously. I just love this book and the story and everything about it. It’s probably my favorite book at this point.
Yep! I love this book, too. I love listening to the play as a downloadable audiobook. It’s the best way to absorb it, tbh.
About once a year or every two years, I read this book. It’s just a delight to fall back in with the story and characters.
I think this is a no-brainer, right? Each time I read this series, I get something new out of it. I feel the wonder of my childhood all over again.
Tbh, it’s getting about time to reread this one! It’s not a perfect book, but I just love the story and Wilde’s use of language. It’s beautiful.
If I say it once, I’ll say it a million times. I don’t do romance, but I fucking love this romance. Definitely a favorite.
This is a theoretical reread. I’ve never actually reread it because I’m worried it won’t live up to the first time. But, I think I might try it in April as a birthday present to myself.
Another theoretical reread! I’ve never reread it but I really want to. Another April birthday present perhaps?
And, we’re out of the theoretical zone. This is my favorite Dickens novel. I mean, the story is a bit annoying and hard to follow for most of the book, but the ending never fails to give me chills.
Finally, this one. I love this book. I try not to reread it too often because I’m afraid it’ll get old, but it’s my first and favorite Christie novel.
There! Funny how most of them are classics, isn’t it? But…
Do you reread any of these books?
What books could you reread forever?