What’s the point of reading a book if it’s not worth re-reading it? It’s just like Wilde said “If one cannot enjoy reading a book over and over again, there is no use in reading it at all.” When I was younger, I used to read over and over again the same book if I liked it, but as the years kept passing by, I felt the need to read different things and everytime I did, I felt like I discovered a part of the world.That’s why I decided to take this challenge, as I think that it’s the perfect opportunity to do so.
This challenge was created by Hannah from So Obsessed With and Kelly from Belle of the Literati. If you wish to re-read some books, but something always kept you back, now this is the time to do so. When it’s time to review the book and post it on your blog, you just don’t have to make a plain one, the girls put together some fun questions that you can answer.
WHEN I First Read
WHAT I Remember
WHY I Wanted to Re-Read
HOW I Felt After Re-Reading
WOULD I Re-Read Again
In my small notebook,which I always carry with me, months ago I had wrote down the books I needed to re-read. So, here they are:
1. Florence and Giles by John Harding
2. The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks
3. Possession by A.S.Byatt
4. The Railway Man by Eric Lomax
5. Adultery by Paulo Coehlo
6. Sister by Rosamund Lupton
7. Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka
8. Breakfast at Tiffany’s by Truman Capote
9. Extremely loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foher
10.V for Vendetta by Alan Moore
I hope to reach my goal and read all those books. I didn’t choose them randomly, they’re books that I love and deserve more than four stars. Everytime I re-read a book I’ll make review about it, so I can persuade you to read them, if you haven’t done that already. Did I persuade you to join in? Don’t waste any minute longer.
Tell me if you like any of these books. Have a great day!