Top Ten Tuesday: My Top Ten Re-Reads

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So for my first Top Ten Tuesday (brought to you courtesy of The Broke and the Bookish), I’ll give you the skinny on the books that top my re-readability list (in no particular order)

Top Ten Re-Reads

1.) The Martian by Andy Weir
What does it take to survive alone on Mars? A nerd of epic proportions. Mark Watney is that nerd.

2.) Knight of a Trillion Stars by Dara Joy
Fantasy, Romance, and a dirty-minded Merlin.

3.) Feed (Book One of the Newsflesh Trilogy) by Mira Grant
A blunt blogger and….zombies. Lots of zombies.

4.) Lover Eternal by JR Ward
Sexy (non-glittering!) vampires, and a strong woman battling cancer.

5.) The In Death Series by JD Robb
A kick-ass and take names female cop, the billionaire who can’t forget her, and the disgustingly cheery sidekick.

6.) No Easy Hope (Surviving the Dead, Book One) by James Cook
Zombies. Zombies. Zombies! …and an awesome friendship between two guys that would do anything for eachother.

7.) The Mammoth Hunters (Children of the Earth, Book Three) by Jean M. Auel
Stunningly written peek into pre-recorded history, with a main character you can’t help but root for.

8.) All Creatures Great and Small by James Herriot
Just really well-written true tales from a veterinarian.

9.) Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
Gorgeously written dystopian that flows like honey and burns like fire. Pun intended.

10.) The Xanth Series by Piers Anthony
The puns, man. THE PUNS!

What about you? Do you recognize any of this? How many of them would be on your top ten re-readability list?

8 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: My Top Ten Re-Reads

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  2. Yes, you could debate the ‘all the best books’, but I would concede instantly and cite a simple ‘turn of phrase’ in my defence 🙂

    Let’s say ‘many of the most popular books’ instead.

    1. That scene from when the wife is enthralled with all the ‘reality’ tv on the wall-screens is just, considering the trends of today with reality tv , freaking SCARY.

      1. Yeah I know. All the best books like this have an uncanny ability to predict the future. When was this written? The 70’s? Recalls book-burning Nazis and combines them with a future where the public are so dumb, we don’t need the books anymore. Truly freaking scary.

          1. Wow. It’s really that old? Even more impressive then. Although the burning of books was probably still quite fresh in the memory at that time…

        1. I’d debate the ‘all the best books’. Currently reading Ready Player One, which will never go on my list of best books, and it definitely has some prophetic elements. (not uber prophetic though. More ‘obvious anyone not enthralled by reality tv or religion’ but still.)

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