On rereading | Books I want to reread

Lately I've been thinking about rereading and I also already have been rereading some books (Anna and the French Kiss). A few years ago I reread quite few (The Hunger Games, Divergent, Looking for Alaska and Jane Eyre just to name some) but I hadn't done that in a while...

I think that's because I haven't been reading that much at all, so when I want to read I (obviously) want to read the ones I still haven't read. But after rereading Anna and the French Kiss (and the illustrated Harry Potter and the Philospher Stone, but that doesn't count as much because of the added images) I realized how much I miss rereading. So I decided to make rereading a much higher priority. It's also nice to reread a book when you're so busy with many other things, because you don't have to be completely focused (since you already know the story) and still notice things you didn't notice before.


So these are the books I want to reread in the near future:


Legend trilogy by Marie Lu

I claim this trilogy as one of my favorite dystopian trilogies, but I haven't read it since about three years ago. This is also one of the dystopian trilogies that I haven't reread yet (I have reread The Hunger Games and Divergent trilogy multiple times and love those as well) so it's about time. 


The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky. 

For some reason I just have to urge to reread this one, but I don't own it yet (back in the days I read it on my ereader which I don't have anymore). 


A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness

Last year when the movie came out I didn't watched it, but I do want to watch it now. Before I'm going to watch it I'd like to reread it and since it's so short I don't have any excuse not to. 


The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

This classic is the really first classic I ever read and I didn't like it back then. I would like to reread it, so I can see if my opinion will change now I've read many more classics, or that I still don't like it that much. 


The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde

So many things happen in this book, that it was a wilde ride to read it. That's the main reason I want to reread it. 


Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë

After I first read Jane Eyre I had the plan to reread it every year (because it's one of my all time favorites), but I haven't done that last year so I kinda want to reread it before the end of this year to make up for it. 


A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks

This is also a favorite of mine that I haven't reread for so long and I just have the urge to reread it. I hope to get to it around Christmas time. 


Do you reread books or would you like to make it a priority? What books to do you like to reread?