Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, a state that you don't have to worry about being deprived of more books as long as you're near a library. This week's Top Ten is:
Top Ten Books I Want to Reread
(In no particular order)
1. To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee - Not only is this one of my favorite classics, but it's also on the most frequently challenged list of books. This was one book I was very happy to read back in high school, and I look forward to reading it again soon.
2. Colors in the Dreamweaver's Loom by Beth Hilgartner - It's hard to believe I read this back in middle school, and I really want to revisit Hilgartner's world that she created for this novel.
3. Full Moon City edited by Martin H. Greenberg - With it being nearly Halloween once more, I'm reminded of my first review on my blog, which was for this book. It makes me nostalgic and wanting to read it once again.
4. The Princess's Dragon by Susan Trombley - I was really fangirly with this book in my review, so I'd like to give it another read to see if I would still go as kooky over it as I did before. Still, one can't help but get excited about dragons.
5. Poison Study by Maria V. Snyder - This was the first book by Snyder that I ever read and it is still my most favorite. I need to make sure I have a cinnamon roll with me when I read it again.
6. Tales from Watership Down by Richard Adams - Not unlike it's predecessor, Watership Down, this one is close to my heart, and I remember devouring the stories while my family was en route to visit my grandparents.
7. Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden - Lucky for me, we'll be reading this one in our library's book club next year. I'm looking forward to seeing what the other club members will have to say about the story that I thought was so profound and amazing.
8. Wolfsbane and Mistletoe by Charlaine Harris and Toni L. P. Kelner - It isn't Christmas without reading at least certain stories from this werewolf anthology. Not anymore at least! This year, I'm thinking of doing a holiday giveaway for this title. Any objections? ^_^
9. Little Women by Louisa May Alcott - Another favorite childhood classic, I'd really like to reread it not only for my own enjoyment, but so I might see the similarities and differences when I read Little Women and Werewolves.
10. A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens - I really want to reread this classic so I might better appreciate the parts that I was either unable to understand or found tedious to the overall plot.