What is one book you wish you could read again for the first time?What is one book you wish you could read again for the first time? Kathy #questionnaire
The Way of Zen, by Alan Watts.
A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks
I saw the movie . It’s nice but sad
The Kite Runner
HP series ❤❤❤❤
Where the Heart is
When you get to be my age, it seems like a lot of the books you read over are like reading them for the first time. I guess an advantage of getting old?
It’s true. I recently read Tom Sawyer again and oh, my! I missed a lot fifty-five years ago when I read it for the first time. ??
@Marie I was thinking more of the fact my memory is gone, not my understanding as an adult, the book is better. ? Although a lot of times, it is. Watership Down was a book like that for me.
@Naomi huh…that is one I should probably go back and read again because I do not remember anything about it. I know I read it, but that’s all. Lordy….old age is a bitch!???
@Marie and as Mother-in-Law used to always tell me, not for sissies!?
@Naomi, Watership Down is great!
The Harry Potter series. ?❤
The book thief
A thousand boy kisses or Harley and Rose
The night circus
I haven’t read it but it’s on my tbr. I hear it’s fantastic though.
A Stranger in The Mirror
Is that by Sidney Sheldon ? I love that book also
A child called it
Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers and The Book Thief
The Shadow of the Wind – Carlos Ruiz Zafon
March by Geraldine Brooks.
You before me
I just finished this 2 days ago.
Flowers in the Attic by VC Andrews.
Watership Down by Richard Adams
Gone with the Wind. Wuthering Heights. And yes, Harry Potter. Oooh, and The Stand. And the His Dark Materials-trilogy. And and and… *gasps for air ?
Gold Bug by Adgar Allan Poe
The Kite Runner
A prayer for Owen Meany
A Song of Ice and Fire series.
The fault in our stars
Most actually but one of my superfavs is Duma Key by Stephen King <3 Lucky are those who reads it for the first time <3
a fault in our stars
me before you
The Dark Tower series
A tree grows on Brooklin.
The Name of the Wind or Helen Keller – My Life
I have to many lol i can’t pick just one
The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton
Angela’s Ashes by Frank McCourt.
The Secret Garden
Six of Crows
another good book
The horse wisperer
the darkest part of the forest
Interview with a vampire – Anne Rice
The fault in our stars ???
The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
Homer’s “Iliad” & “Odyssey”
The Thirteenth Tale
The Dark Tower series by Stephen King
Lost Warrior Part 1
Replay by Ken Grimwood
After I do?
This got linked to a person..I just meant Rebecca ?
I had liked it and was just about to apologize cuz I saw the link!? awesome book!
Redeeming love Francine Rivers, The Silent Gift, The Hiding Place
Heidi…my first book..??
Magic’s pawn by Mercedes lackey
What a great question! Fellowship of the Ring or Jitterbug Perfume?
Harry potter and the hunger games
That would be an interesting read
The five people you meet in heaven, Mitch Albom
The Perfect Nanny, Perfect Days, The Kind Worth Killing
the heart listens by helen vanslyke
All the light we cannot see by Anthony Doerr
A Court of Mist and Fury
Time and Again by Jack Finney
The Catcher in the Rye
The Dark Tower series
Assassin’s Apprentice by Robin Hobb.
I agree, harry potter or Twilight saga
The Prince of Tides
A Little Life
I had forgotten about Helen Van Slyke. Her books are so good. I never reread, but may have to reconsider.
I wish I could read Harry Potter for the first time, again. I only just read the series for the first time late 2017-early 2018 and I already miss it so much.
Ready Player One – reading it was such a great experience. I plan to read it many more times, but as always, there’s no time like the first time.
Discovery of Witches
OMG I Ioved it, although I feel the end of the trilogy was lacking quite a bit compared to how it started out
Agreed… From my point of view still some meat left to the story.
The Poisonwood Bible. Memoirs of a Geisha.
Catcher in the Rye, that book will never get old to me!
East of Eden
The Forty Rules of Love
Sherlock Homes. I read it when I was a child and I remember being enthralled by his seemingly impossible deductions. 🙂
All of the Black Daggar Brotherhood, Midnight Breed, Riley Jensen and Harry Potter.
Cotton Candy on a Rainy Day by Nikki Giovanni.
Harry Potter! ?
Pines by Blake Crouch (well the trilogy)
Siddhartha by Herman Hesse
good book read along time ago
The Other Side of Midnight by Sydney Sheldon
@Barbara great Barbara