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Top Ten Books I Re-Read Every Year!

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the fab ladies at The Broke and the Bookish!




Are there any books you re-read every year?  
I love freebie top tens!  I re-read the Love Me With Lies series and the Raven Cycle series every year and have since the first time I read the first book in each series.  What did you choose for your TTT freebie today?

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  1. Most of these books are new to me :) Good choices, though!

    Majanka @ I Heart Reading

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  2. Pride & Prejudice is one I've re-read multiple times myself. It's such a great book and with every read, I feel like I discover a new nuance. I'm hoping to read The Raven Boys series this year once the last book comes out. I'm excited!

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  3. I'm re-reading the Raven Boys RIGHT NOW. <3 Aahhh it's even BETTER the second time round because omg I'm already picking up a TON of foreshadowing. *squeaks* I very rarely reread, but I'm beginning to appreciate doing it more. :D
    Thanks for stopping by @ Paper Fury!

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  4. It is so funny because I don't reread books ever! I do want to read Flat Out Love and possible Pride & Prejudice.

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  5. Oh nice topic choice! I don't re-read these days anymore! Never any time with all the new books I need to read! Great topic!

    Here's my Tuesday Post

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower :)

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  6. I really need to read The Raven Boys! I've yet to read anything by that author. The only book I like to re-read every year is The Picture of Dorian Gray since it's my fave novel. Unfortunately, last year I didn't get to read it. So I'll have to for sure this year!

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  7. Great list! I see a few books I need to add to my TBR list.

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  8. I love this idea! I have quite a few books I re-read every year, too ;)

    My TTT.

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  9. YAY! Great choice of topic this week. I always love freebie week as people always do such amazing topics! I love rereading myself, I reread a few favourites each year. I really want to read The Opportunist myself, I have heard amazing things.

    Here's my TTT post if you want to check it out. I picked non-book romances I would love to see get book adaptations.

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  10. OMG, I'm reading Flat-Out Love right now!!!! I've heard a lot of great stuff about it so I'm pretty excited! I re-read A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness and Along For the Ride and The Truth About Forever by Sarah Dessen, every year and I never get tired of it!!

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  11. What a great choice for TTT! I might have to steal your topic at a future date. :) Thanks for stopping by!

    Tressa @ Wishful Endings

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  12. I have heard such good things about the Raven Boys. I am hoping to read it soon!
    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian

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  13. I love that you chose this topic! I have a problem with rereading actually and haven't reread many books (I really should, but I find that I have no time reading my TBR to reread any books) Anyway, it's such a dedication to read The Raven Boys series every year. Im currently reading the first book for the first time and LOVING it so much!
    Great list♥

    Here's My TTT if you'd like to check it out :)♥

    Jumana @ Books by Jay
    PS, I'm a new follower of yours :)

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  14. I love Pride and Prejudice. It's such a great story and always a good read. I can see why you read it every year. I haven't read any of the other books on your list, but I've heard good things about most of them. This is such a fun topic. Thanks for sharing, and thanks for stopping by my blog!

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  15. I'm going to check out Dying to Please by Linda Howard if you re-read it every year! I finished Overload and loved it. Perfect, fun short story. Sometimes I just want a quick romance fix. :)

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  16. I haven't actually read any of these books! But I've been meaning to read Pride and Prejudice for years.

    Thanks for visiting me!

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  17. I've read three on your list, The Opportunist, Flat-out Love, and Pride and Prejudice. You are so right that they are re-read worthy! All are excellent books to re-read.

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  18. Very fun take on the freebie! I have read and enjoyed The Raven Boys, but I haven't read the rest. Books I reread every year? The Hunger Games. I mean, more than every year, because I have read the series ten times, but I think I have like, an actual problem that requires some sort of intervention ;)

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  19. I reread Raven Boys every year, as well, to get ready for the next book in the series - I'm planning a series reread now before the last novel comes out. One novel I read every year is The Catcher in the Rye - I just love that book! :)

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  20. I think I need to cave and read The Opportunist because so many people love it. Great list.

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  21. Is it sad that I haven't read any of these? *hides in shame* I own the first two Raven Cycle books so I'll hopefully be getting to them this year, and I need to read Pride & Prejudice because I just saw the move and *flails* IT WAS AMAZING!

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  22. NOt surprised at all to see TO on this list. Basically any Rachel Gibson or Jennifer Crusie is part of my annual re-reads :)

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