This week, it's Top Ten Tuesday REWIND! That means it's time to pick a topic that I missed in the past and make a list for it now.
I've chosen to do ten books I want to re-read, which was originally done way back in 2011.
10) The Shiver trilogy by Maggie Stiefvater
9) 'We Need To Talk About Kevin' by Lionel Shriver
I HATED 'We Need To Talk About Kevin', thinking it was boring and overly pretentious in its writing style. However, now I'm a more mature reader - five years have passed since I read it first time around! - I think I'd appreciate it a heck of a lot more.
8) The Eve trilogy by Anna Carey
This series was one of my favourite dystopians back in the day, but now I've read more broadly across the genre I'm interested to rediscover it and see if it was as good as I thought.
7) The Blue Bloods series by Melissa de la Cruz
I only read the first two books in the Blue Bloods series, but I can't remember a single thing that happened in either of them. I'd love to re-read them and move on with the series, because I can remember loving the opulent and vampirical New York setting.
6) The Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer
I loved this the first time around. I couldn't see why everyone hated it so much, because I thought every book was absolutely brilliant. I've re-read the first book three times, and it gets less impressive and less memorable with every read... I just can't get past it and on to the rest of the series.
5) 'Atonement' by Ian McEwan
'Atonement' was recommended to me by a boy I liked (at the time!) which probably influenced my reading of it. It also has a huge twist at the end, so it would be interesting to read the entire book knowing what was coming - it'll make me read everything differently.
4) 'Crank' by Ellen Hopkins
3) The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare
2) The Divergent trilogy by Veronica Roth
1) 'Looking For Alaska' by John Green
I'm surprised by how many of these are series - that'll explain why I'm not re-reading them, because there's just too many installments! Are there any books you're dying to re-read?