Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and The Bookish.
This week's topic is the Top 10 Books I want to reread. I'm actually one of those people who could probably subsist on just a select few books that I read over and over, so I'm definitely a proponent of rereading! But of course, I do like new books as well and there are just so many to read that I actually don't reread as often as I'd like.
With the exception of the top three being the top three I'd like to reread (in random order), these are in no particular order:
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn -- I plan on rereading this around Christmas time. It's one of those feel good books that I think goes well with the season.
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close -- I adored this book. I'm definitely going to reread it before the movie in November (oh wait, I JUST realized how really soon that is!) But I can tell you I am extremely & incredibly anxious about this being turned into a movie because I love it just the way it is. I wonder if my reread will be my last read... depends on how I see it after the movie. (I will say I think the movie will be good on its own and it has good actors, but I just liked the book so much!)
Girl in Translation -- Another one I adored. I can't reread A Tree Grows in Brooklyn and not read Girl in Translation. Can't wait to go back and read about these characters again!
Daughter of the Forest (Sevenwaters
If You Follow Me -- This wasn't well-received by all the bloggers who read it, but it seems like those who liked it loved it! Just looking at the cover of this one makes me think back to when I read it and how much I liked it.
The Housekeeper and the Professor -- Beautiful
I Know This Much Is True -- It's been a long time since I read this one so I don't remember the details at all. But I remember that I also adored this book and felt that it's 900+ pages flew by!
The Count of Monte Cristo -- It's been a while since I read this one too, but it was fantastic!
9. Gone with the Wind -- I haven't read this in years and years, and it's been almost as long since I saws the movie. I grew up with this being watched/read frequently as my mother is a HUGE fan and I miss it!