TOP TEN TUESDAY – Books We Could Re-read Forever

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This week is Books We Could Re-read Forever.  These are the stories that we love with our whole heart and soul.  And these are the books that we wish all of our friends would pick up and read.  We can’t help but gush about these books that constantly beg us to pick them up again and again.  So here are our top twelve Books We Could Re-read Forever.


Chelsea’s Review

Chelsea’s Review

1. The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games #1) by Suzanne Collins
Amazon * Goodreads
No matter how many times I pick this series up, it enraptures and ensures me.  And I’ll never forget that this is the series that helped me to become obsessed with reading AGAIN-I’ll be forever grateful.

2. Angelfall (Penryn & the End of Days #1) by Susan Ee
Amazon * Goodreads
My snarky Raffe never ceases to put a smile on my face, and his and Penryn’s relationship from hate-to-love is unforgettable.  I don’t think I could ever be tired of this story. 

Chelsea’s Review
Chelsea’s Review

3. Six of Crows (Six of Crows #1) by Leigh Bardugo
Amazon * Goodreads

Kaz.  Kaz’s cunning, amazing, deceptive nature…it takes my breath away EVERY. SINGLE. TIME.  I think about this book so frequently it’s ridiculous-it will always be a forever favorite.

4. A Darker Shade of Magic (Shades of Magic #1) by V.E. Schwab (Victoria Schwab)
Amazon * Goodreads
This book was one that took me wholly by surprise.  I met Kell and my heart went crazy (much like when I met Kaz in Six of Crows-it was instant), making this yet another book that stole my heart in less than a moment.  This story will always be one I could read over and over again to lift my spirits. 

Arielle’s Choice

Arielle’s Choice

5. A Court of Mist and Fury (A Court of Thorns and Roses #2) by Sarah J. Maas
Amazon * Goodreads
After reading this book (and then immediately re-reading) I can easily say that it’s my favorite book of all time.  While I didn’t fall head over heels with the first book in the series, Feyre’s journey to emotional healing and finding her mate in this one was too addicting.  Plus you can’t mess around with the hilariously, loveable squad that is the Night Court.

6. Ella Enchanted by Gail Carson Levine
Amazon * Goodreads
Who doesn’t love this book?!  It’s a classic fairy tale/ fantasy about a young woman who ends up breaking her own curse because of her strength, bravery, and love.  There are fairy godmothers, mythical creatures, a couple of nasty step sisters, AND one dashing Prince Char.  What more could you want?

Arielle’s Choice

Arielle’s Choice

7. Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling
Amazon * Goodreads
I couldn’t NOT add these to my list.  Even though I haven’t read them in what feels like years, I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve read and re-read these babies in the past.  These books are one of the main reasons I fell in love with reading.  I CAN’T wait to read them with my daughter someday.

8. The Infernal Devices Series by Cassandra Clare
Amazon * Goodreads
I have two words for you: William Herondale.  Only slightly joking there, but in all honesty, I have always loved books set in Victorian England.  There’s something so magical about that time and place.  Plus I can relate to the MC Tessa in numerous different ways, the main one being that she loves her books just as much as I do.

Jen’s Review
Jen’s Review

9. Obsidian (Lux #1) by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Amazon * Goodreads

Daemon Black will always be the one that I will hold all other BBFs against. His infuriating smug sexiness and bad-ass sexy self was so swoon worthy.  And Katy turned into someone that I not only truly respected but is one of my favorite heroines.  Together they are giggle inducing, their chemistry is through the roof hot, and they still have those moments that make you sigh and melt into a puddle.  I love this series so much!

10. Punk 57 by Penelope Douglas
Amazon * Goodreads
Hate to love that was beautifully done!  I was obsessed with Ryen, who came off not only confident but intoxicating too. Whether it was the looks he would give, or the words he would choose to use, he always left me wanting more  This book was insanely seductive and emotionally raw and soooo addicting!

Jen’s Review
Jen’s Review

11. Come Back to Me (Come Back to Me #1) by Mila Gray
Amazon * Goodreads
I loved this story of forbidden love and falling in love for the first time.  It slowly enraptured my heart and I fell hard for Kit & Jessa’s story.  A month doesn’t go by where I don’t grab this book and read a scene here and there to feel all of their emotions it all over again.

12. The Union (The Union #1) by T.H. Hernandez
Amazon * Goodreads
Cyrus was sweet, patient and was someone that was discreetly captivating and pulled you in.  He gave me butterflies and also made me smile and swoon.  And when you add in romance, action, torture, twists, friendship and political intrigue filling the pages, well then it’s no wonder how many times I have picked up this series again and again!  


So these are our Books We Could Re-read Forever.  Are you obsessed about any of these books or series too?  Or do you have them on your tbr?  If not, then what books are you obsessed about?

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  1. Bee @ Quite The Novel Idea

    Six of Crows and ADSOM, yes!! Must read them forever. I kind of want to revisit Angelfall so I can finish the series but lately I’m so over angel books and I’m scared I’ll hate it.
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    • Jen

      We all LOVED the ending to Angelfall, so I’d say give it a try. The only hiccup I can think of is that not all of our questions (or at least my neurotic questions) were answered. Besides that, I was so happy with how it all played out. Good luck!!

  2. Marissa Writes (@Reading_List1)

    I love that a few of our books overlapped! I agree with Harry Potter and ACOMAF and The Hunger Games completely. And I love the other books you’ve listed too.

    It’s so hard to find the time to reread all the books

  3. Proxyfish @ Books by Proxy

    I’m not surprised A Darker Shade of Magic made it onto your list. The whole series is stunning 😀 and I would definitely read it again!

    My TTT

    • Chelsea (Peril Please)

      I HAVE!! It’s SO worth it…the things you pick up on the second time around that you missed before make it all the better!! Kell is everything <3

  4. Raven

    I could re-read Angelfall, Obsidian, Punk 57, and Six of Crows! I haven’t read ADSOM yet but i’m hoping to read it this year.
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    • Arielle

      I also highly recommend ADSOM!!!!! I feel like half the books I wanted to put also overlapped with Chelsea and Jen which is nice because I was able to add a few different ones. 🙂

    • Chelsea (Peril Please)

      Ugh so many wins!!! Kaz and Daemon and Misha/Masen and RAFFE!!!! SO GOOD.

      If you liked these above, I have a feeling you might just ADORE Kell from ADSOM! You’ll have to let me know if you give it a try!

  5. Aj @ Read All The Things!

    The Hunger Games and Harry Potter made my list, too. I also love A Darker Shade of Magic.
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    • Chelsea (Peril Please)

      THG is everything….and Kell, too. But of course I didn’t get to name ALL my re-readables…but this was a good start! 🙂

  6. Lisa @ Captivated Reader

    I haven’t read any of the books in your TTT post this week. Lots of books for me to explore. Happy reading!!

    Here’s a link to my TTT post this week:

    • Arielle

      I hope you find at least a couple that you like! I am obsessed with almost all of them that we all put. It was really hard for us to choose lol!

  7. Greg

    I can totally see re- reading The Hunger games at some point, I just read them for the first time recently and loved ’em! Especially Catching fire. I can see why people kinda consider them comfort reads… such a good story.
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    • Jen

      I’m so happy to hear that you loved them!! Chelsea forced me to read them lol and then I wanted to smack myself that I hadn’t picked them up earlier because I fell in love with that trilogy. They’re definitely a series I’ll look at re-reading in the future. 🙂

  8. T.H. Hernandez

    Some great reads on this list and a few I need to check out.

    Thanks for including THE UNION in your list!! It’s quite an honor to be among such talented company.

    • Jen

      You’re so welcome! I LOVE that series so much (I think I’ve read the first book 4 times?! lol) and I don’t even know how many times I’ve grabbed them to just read a few scenes here and there. ♥

  9. Jo

    A Darker Shade of Magic and Harry Potter were on my list this week too! I also need to make time to reread The Hunger Games at some point, but I forgot it on my list this week.
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    • Chelsea (Peril Please)

      Well that’s bound to happen when there are so many wins we all come to love and adore!!

      And A Darker Shade of Magic is just plain unforgettable! 😛

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