Which book have you reread the most?
I don’t reread books much… maybe once or twice every ten years or so…. too many books to get in my hands before I die in 50 years, lol… so my TBR is always new books.
The Little Prince. I’m not a rereader but that one I adore.
age of innocence
I haven’t reread in over a decade, but Daughter of the Forest by Juliet Marillier is one I’ve reread the most.
a series of unfortunate events i have read the series 5 times…dont judge me
No judgment here! Have you watched the Netflix series with Neil Patrick Harris yet? It’s such a great adaptation.
very faithful and just as charming as the books. i love it and cant wait for season two. NPH is really into the character and you can tell.
It’s releasing this month, right? I’m very excited.
I have re-read Great Expectations and Four Quartets more than any other…closely followed by Asterix comics, Calvin & Hobbes, LOTR and The Hobbit.
Hope to put Discworld books on this list in few years. 😁
The Count of Monte Cristo and Elvis and Me (don’t judge me lol), I have reread them both twice.
Reread the most I think is Classic novel will be Jane Erye And favourite novel series will be Confession of a Shopaholic
All HP books, The Help, and Lili.
White Oleander by Janet Fitch
Too many to name. I reread often 🤣
Heidi, w hen i was a kid.
Astonishing adventures od fanboy and gothgirl.
The colour purple and wuthering heights… oh and King Lear!
I applaud you for all three 📚
This one three times. https://www.amazon.com/dp/1980505020
Congratulations on getting published
@Ariannah thank you 💕
Either Harry Potter series of The Black Magicians Trilogy by Trudi Canavan
The Proud Breed by Celeste de Blasis. By the way, the Dutch title of this book “Vaya con Dios” (which is in fact Spanish), sounds a whole lot friendlier than the Enlish one, imho. Had I encountered the book with that title, I probably wouldn’t have given it a second glance.
The book is a family saga, actually the first adult I read. And I still reread it evey now and then: a book that gives me comfort 😀
Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen.
Harry Potter series
The Little Prince
The Confession and Obviously ‘Harry Potter’
Harry potter definitely
Toss up between The Hobbit, Lord Of The Rings, The Chronicles Of Narnia, and It.
Hawks mc by lila rose
The Long Winter by Laura Ingalls Wilder
Jean Auel. Love her books dearly. I wonder if there will be another one?
Blackberry Wine by Joanne Harris
Dune (Frank Herbert)
The Harry Potter books tbh haha
Bible, no wait Necronomicon.
Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone
Harry Potter Series and The Dresden Files by Jim Butcher 💙💙💙
The Uglies Series. The Night Circus. Old Magic. The Fault in Our Stars.
Infernal devices series ,angelfall and harry Potter series
I read Lark Rise to Candleford by Flora Thompson every summer, all the Agatha Christie books have been read several times and I have quite a few Christmas themed books that I read every Christmas.
Pride and Prejudice. Its my go to when I need a story with a happy ending. And it always makes me smile.
The books from ASOIAF series (GoT).
Contemplating reading them for the third time…
I try to visit them again each year. I always pick up on small details with each reading. And, really, it helps me be patient for the next book.
Paper or audio ? Reading the paper editions took a few years. My audiobook reread took a few months 🙂
I’ve done both! The audiobooks were really, really well done.
Right but the narrator died… How selfish …
The Bible and the Harry Potter series.
Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban.
A little princess 💜💜
The Ring by Danielle steel
The Historian. The Hours. Revolutionary Road. Jurassic Park. The Princes of Ireland.
Mortal Instruments series
Just mortal instruments or infernal devices too?
@Shivani I’ve reread both, but I’ve read the Mortal Instruments waaaaaaaaaay more times.
It’s between Harry Potter and to kill a mockingbird
The Great Gatsby. Sense and Sensibility. The Sun Also Rises.
Persuasion by Jane Austen
Twilight series ❤️
Anita Blake series by Laurell K. Hamilton
Either Kavik The Wolf Dog or The Island Keeper. When I was a kid I would finish Kavik and just restart it. Then I moved on to the Island Keeper as a teen. Both I’ve reread easily more than 100 times.
The Outsiders…The Beach House…Linda Wisdoms Hex series…Virginia Laniers bloodhound series…The Christmas Train…those books are a must for me 🙂
What dreams may come
Beloved by Toni Morrison
Rose in bloom, Edenbrooke and pride and prejudice.
Love Rose in Bloom. I read that so many times as a child.
Yeah this book is heart touching. I started crying when read this book.
Marjorie Morningstar by Herman Wouk.
Silence of the Lambs
Hunter by @James
If I go back to my childhood (and through my adulthood), it would have to be Charlotte’s Web.
I’ve never read that book but really want to. Is it pretty scary?
No. It’s more scientific with religious undertones
The Little Prince ♥
Charlie and the chocolate factory is too dear in my heart and short so easy re read
Harry Potter series and the Shopaholic series
Dragonriders of Pern by Anne McCaffrey, Naked in Death by J.D. Robb, and all of the Vlad Taltos series by Steven Brust.
Divine by Mistake by PC Cast
My Nancy Drew books as a kid. As an adult Gone, but not fotgotten by Phillip Margolin. A great thriller.
Nancy Drew Notebooks, The Handmaids Tale, The Nightingale, The Halo, Hush Hush and Fallen series they are angel book series.
i love the hush hush series
@Taylor cool! I heard a few years back they got the film rights from Becca Fitzpatrick. I haven’t heard more since. I would love to see Hush Hush as a movie.
oh that would be soooo good. patch was/is the perfect badboy with a good heart character
I agree I have a crush on patch lol
Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier
Yess, one of my favorite classics!
The Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
The Time Traveler’s Wife
Through the glass darkly. I’ve read it every year for over 30 years
Oh, let’s see. Either The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society or Alison Croggon’s Pellinor Series. Or perhaps Precious Bane by Mary Webb or George Eliot’s Middlemarch.
The Great Gatsby…. but The Devil in the White City is catching up.
I have never re-read a book! Always have something new to read.
Alice in Wonderland
The Outlander series and The Help
Don’t Let the Pigeon Stay Up Late (I have a kid I swear!)
Probably “The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 3/4” by Sue Townsend. 🙂
Mans Search For Meaning
Silver Linings Playbook
Katherine by Anya Seton
You are a Badass by Jen Sincero – informative, straight-talking and hilarious!
The Nero Wolfe detective series by Rex Stout. Dozens of times.
Harry Potter series and The Giver.
Richest man in Babylon
Me too 😀
East of Eden by John Steinbeck
The dark tower the entire series
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn is definitely one of the books I’ve read the most times.
here is a bunch of free pdf books by a Swami that I have read a few times, very enlightening and purifying:
I wish I could give this two hearts.
To Kill a Mocking Bird & all the Harry Potter books
To Kill a Mockingbird
Sadly not one. I buy books with the view that I’ll read them again, but then others crop up.. 😣😁
Virals by Kathy Reichs!
Pride and Prejudice
Harry Potter series because I’ve read them twice myself, then once to each of my kids. Narnia is second place
Stalking Jack the Ripper
I can’t reread a book. I guess I am strange. I think why reread when there are so many I haven’t read yet.
I don’t reread.
Vittorio the vampire
I think it’s a tie between Anne of Green Gables and Harry Potter
Omg, I’ve read both series at least 3x
@Christopher I’ve lost count of how many times! I love them so much
@Samantha I learned how to spell chrysanthemum because of AOGG lol
I’ve been wanting to re-read all of AOGG again but there’s so much new stuff that I want to read, too!
Percy Jackson series. I read it eight times and only then did I get sick of reading it over and over again.
Pride & Prejudice, Emma, Venetia,
The Shadow Fighter and The Shadow Army. They are by DeBokton book. They have an interesting take on vampires, a great love story, and the most creative way to deal with the vampire and human problem I have ever seen. I won’t give the spoiler, but it’s awesome.
Digital fortress by Dan Brown
Angelas ashes by frank mccourt or anything by molly mcadams at least 3 times
Interview with a Vampire
The Calder series by Janet Dailey.
Red Square, Gorky Park, and Polar Star by Martin Cruz Smith.
Danger in the Shadows- by Dee Henderson
Thanks shell seekers, rosamunde pilcher
William Shakespeare’s The Sonnets.
The court of thrones and roses series. The Lux series and the Covenant series ….
Gone with the Wind and The Notebook
shadow of the wind, the exorcist
Harry Potter series, Pride and Prejudice, The Hat Shop Mystery Series
Truthfully? Panda Bear Panda Bear, What do You Hear?
Probably my DBZ Manga collection, in 2nd place is Douglas Preston/Lincoln Child’s Still Life With Crows, the thing is falling apart. It’s held together with more tape than a christmas present.
Cold Mountain. Not A Sparrow Falls. The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest.
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