1. A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas
Even though ACOTAR is one of my favorite series, I’ve actually never reread any of them. I’ve started to reread A Court of Thorns and Roses a few times but I’ve only ever gotten about a chapter in before I decided to move to a new book I haven’t read before. The first book is high up on my priority reread list because I’m really curious to see if I will like it more than the first time I read it when I gave it only 3 stars and a kind of brutal review on Goodreads.
2. The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkoski
I remember enjoying The Winner’s Curse the first time I read it but thinking it ran a bit slow for my taste. Other than that, I don’t have much memory of what happened in this book because I read it so long ago and I never finished the series. I think the covers are gorgeous and I own all of the books (I also met the author who is really sweet in person!) so I’d love to reread this soon so I’d be able to finish the series.
3. Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
Another series that has fallen prey to time, I’ve only Red Queen so far and remember maybe 10% of it. I actually started listening to the audiobook a few weeks back so that I could move on with the series soon and I literally was like “Who the heck is Killorn???” because I only remembered Cal and Maven. I actually really liked the book when I first read it even though it has a lot of mixed reviews. My Goodreads shows I gave it 4 stars and it’s definitely a series I hope to finish in the future but I definitely need to refresh my memory with a reread first.
4. An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir
Another abandoned series by me, I need to read the last two books. However, I don’t want to reread this book just to get a refresher on what happened but I’m also curious to see if I will like it better the second time. I remember being a bit annoyed at how weak Laia was in it which definitely improved in the second novel but I’m a little less harsh on characters now than when I first read this. I’m thinking I might actually like her the next time around.
5. Perloo the Bold by AVI
This is such an obscure book that I’ll be shocked if anyone recognizes it. This was a favorite of mine as a child and I reread it several times back then because it was available in just our classroom library so I could snag it anytime I wanted. It’s actually out of print now but I was able to grab a used copy of it off Amazon about a year ago. Thanks, Goodwill online! I really want to see if this book is as magical as I remember it being as a child and I’m sure there are parts of it that I didn’t understand then that I would be able to now.