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Books its too soon to re-read.

Hello and happy Friday!

I’m another week closer to graduation and three months summer holidays and I cannot wait! And although I’m studying all weekend I am very much looking forward to sleeping in a couple more hours.

Today I’m talking about some book that I’m dying to reread … even though I only read them in the past couple of months. Re-reading, as great as it is and as much enjoyment as I get out of reading books I’ve already loved once before, is going to be the death of me. Re-reading is  going to cause me to drown in my TBR of never before read books and I’ll die.

  • Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo– It genuinely took me years to even start this duology and here I am a few months after finishing, totally ready and willing to pick it up again. I just really miss the characters and the mayhem.
  • You’d Be Mine by Erin Hahn- Considering I didn’t think I was going to enjoy this when I picked it up I’m actually finding myself gravitating towards picking it up again. In the end this turned out to be a really entertaining and compelling read that left me in tears.
  • All For the Game by Nora Sakavic- And this is why I must limit myself to a once a ear re-read because I genuinely would read this series on a loop and that’s just unhealthy.
  • Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston– I admit, this is what inspired today’s post. Everybody is currently reading this on Goodreads and I get a huge grin on my face when I see peoples updates but I also get really sad. I demolished this in 2 days so I feel like I need to go back and read it again slower. I swear I’m going to try and stop talking about this book so much now as well.

black-and-white-flowers-tumblr-transparent-12As soon as I have time to read again it’s going to be a war with myself to get me to read actual unread books. Will I cave before the end of the year and reread one or two of these? Who knows.

Elli xx

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