Books That I Would Love To Read Again For The First Time

I recently saw this on Blair’s blog and found it a really cool post! Thought I’d give it a try myself, a shorter list, though!

Now You See Me (Lacey Flint #1) (by Sharon J. Bolton)

I read this book ages ago. I still remember how I could not put it down. It might not really have been for me at that age to be honest but I’ve always loved thrillers. It would be brilliant to read this again for the first time. If you’re looking for a good detective mystery, you should definitely keep this one in mind!

Before I Go to Sleep (by S.J. Watson)

I remember being absolutely consumed by this book. It’s super suspenseful and eerie. You’re always on edge, and the plot twists are so good. Reading this again without knowing anything would be thrilling. Highly recommend.

Harry Potter series (by J.K. Rowling)

As much as I love to reread these books, it won’t ever be like the first time. Listen, if you haven’t read these books.., there is a reason they’re so popular.

Crooked Kingdom (Six of Crows #2) (by Leigh Bardugo)

Don’t get me wrong, I absolutely adored the first book, Six of Crows. However, Leigh Bardugo really outdid herself with this sequel. It’s gripping and suspenseful, emotional and thrilling. One of my favourite books ever and I’m jealous of anyone who’s reading them for the first time!

This is it for today’s (rather short) post! It was really interesting looking back and thinking about which books I would really like to read again for the first time. What would your picks be?

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