Top ten books I want to reread
Top ten tuesday is a original feature/meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. This weeks topic is ten books I want to reread. This was a topic I didn't find very hard to make a list for, so here it is:
1) The Originals by Cat Patrick - I love Cat Patrick books, and have read both Revived and Forgotten several times, so this is a story I would like to remember and love as much as I do with the other two.
2) Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman - This was the book that really made me love reading, so it's only natural that I'd love to revisit the characters and the story once more.
3) Switched by Amanda Hocking - Amanda Hocking is one of my favourite authors; I love the supernatural aspect that she puts in each of her books and adore the characters she creates. This is the first book in the Trylle trilogy, the first series I ever read of hers and I would love to go back and reread the whole trilogy again.
4)Gone by Michael Grant - I adore this series and this is honestly my favourite book out of all them; it would be nice to go back to the start and live in the world all over again.
5)Ruby Red by Linzi Glass - I read this whilst on holiday a couple of years ago. I don't remember much about the book and it would be nice to reread and refresh my memory of this ,as I only remember really enjoying it!
6) The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins - I read this before any of the movies came out, so I would like to go back and picture my version of it again.
7) The Prince of Mist by Carlos Ruiz Zafon - This is honestly one of my all time favourite books,so rereading is a must for me. I need to pick this up again and fall in love with the story all over again.
8) The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas by John Boyne - I only really remember the film adaptation of this, so I would love to reread it and follow the story through words instead of pictures.
9) Looking for Alaska by John Green - Like anyone else, I love John Green and this is my favourite of his, so I would like to go back and revisit it.
10) Numbers by Rachel Ward- The concept of this book is like nothing I've ever read before and since I have just read the sequel it would be nice to remember the original story.