I don’t reread very often but it’s been known to happen on occasion! I do quite often think about which books I would reread if I had the time to do so, some of which I end up buying as audiobooks to listen to when I’m doing housework or trying to get to sleep etc. I read quite a few books last year and this weeks Six for Sunday prompt from Steph at A little but a lot is 2018 books I want to reread.
The Cruel Prince by Holly Black
I know it’s not everyone’s cup of tea but I really enjoyed The Cruel Prince and would love to read it again. I’ve actually downloaded the audiobook so I will probably give that a listen at some time in the future.
Navigating the Stars by Maria V Snyder
I was so excited by this new sci-fi series by one of my absolute favourite authors and was one of the first to get the self-published UK copies and although I did enjoy it, I think I may have just read it too damn fast because I can’t remember a huge deal about it and it really bugs me so I want to do another read through and really savour it. I actually won a copy of the audiobook so again, I will definitely be listening to that too.
Skyward By Brendon Sanderson
I think this may have been my favourite (or at least one of my top) releases of 2018. It was fun, engaging and I adored it. The sequel, Starsight is out this year so it’s a good excuse for reread.
Obsidio by Amy Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
This is probably an obvious one I guess and although it was my least favourite out of the three books in The Illuminae Files trilogy it was still brilliant and full of some fantastic moments. The parachute joke as become my favourite Illuminae Files reference.
Vengeful by V.E Schwab
I’d like to read both Vicious and Vengeful again as I read them a little ways apart before and would like to read them together. Vengeful was just so well written I feel like it’s a waste to have read it just the once? Also, I can not get enough of my favourite dysfunctional family.
Christmas at the Beach Hut by Veronica Henry
I loved this book so much and I think it really helped at a time when I was stressed out about so much. Despite the festive title and obviously the book being set around Christmas, this book is about so much more than that and I can definitely see this becoming a future comfort read.
I enjoyed a lot of books last year but I found this prompt a little harder as I read a good amount of older books yesterday and some books that although I enjoyed I wouldn’t say they were especially reread material for me personally at this time for one reason or another.