Books I reread in 2018

Hi friends!

I know you’re probably tired of seeing 2018 review posts. But I like writing them (and reading them) and still have some I want to do, so sorry!!!! Today, I thought I’d talk about the books I reread in 2018. I tend to reread old favourites, or old books I don’t remember a ton about, especially when I’m in a reading slump.


 


Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins

I know this book is problematic, but it’s one of my favourite YA romances. It’s just so cute and fluffy, and one of my go-tos when I’m in a reading slump.

Vixen and Ingenue (the Flappers 1 and 2) by Jillian Larkin

This is a YA series that takes place in the 1920s and is about flappers. I love the setting and the romance is really cute. I definitely recommend it if you YA historical fiction.

Imaginary Girls Nova Ren Suma

This one was more like a new read for me. I hadn’t read it in something like 7 years, so everything was new. It was interesting? I definitely enjoyed it more when I was younger, but again, it’s a me thing.


So, those are the books I reread in 2018! What books did you reread? Have you read any of these? What were your thoughts? Let me know!

Thanks for reading! xx

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12 thoughts on “Books I reread in 2018

  1. I didn’t re-read as many books as I usually do last year, but I know I re-read The Tempest and The Phantom Tollbooth. I enjoyed both of those — and while I know there were others I re-read and didn’t enjoy as much this second time around, I can’t remember offhand which books those were.

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      1. It does. It happens most often for me when a book was something I needed to read at the time, but the message doesn’t speak to me anymore. (So books that are just fun reads don’t have this issues as often. It’s the ones with morals that change most.)

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