Is there anything better than getting the chance to reread a book you loved? Honestly, I don’t think there is. So today I thought I’d share a couple the books I’m hoping to reread by the end of October, and let’s jump in.
Air Awakens Series by Elise Kova
This is the only one on this list that I have actually started. I reread book one, Air Awakens, a few months ago and I’ve been reading Fire Falling this weekend and still loving it this time around. I’m hoping to get to books three and four, Earth’s End and Water’s Wrath, by the end of this month so I can read the fifth and final book which I’ve never actually read before. This is one of my favourite series—it’s just so much fun and it’s been so great to get to experience it all again for a second time.
Every Move by Ellie Marney
You’re going to notice a theme with these other three books I’ve picked out here because all of them are counted among my favourites. Every Move is definitely no exception to that rule. I’ve been rereading this series as part of the Last to Read Book Club, which I co-host along with my beautiful friends, Mel and Lana. We started the series in August and have been doing liveshows once a month since then. This is the last book in the trilogy which means after this one we’ll be moving onto discussing some different books, but I’ll be sad to finish this one off. I think I’ll definitely be coming back to the series for the third time, maybe sometime next year.
The Four Horseman series by Laura Thalassa
I am completely obsessed with this series and with Laura Thalassa, so you’ve probably heard me talk about this before. Basically, the fourth and final book, Death, is going to be released at the start of next month and I want to read the first three beforehand. I only read these for the first time last year (and at the beginning of this year) so they are very fresh in my mind, but I love them so much that I can’t pass up on the opportunity to read them again. Will I end up reading these ones again next year too? Almost certainly. Look, I really have no regrets about that.
Burial Rites by Hannah Kent
I consider Burial Rites to be one of my all-time favourite books, but I haven’t actually read it since 2015. But there are a couple of reasons I’ve decided to final pick it up again—for one, Hannah Kent is finally releasing a third book this month and I’m desperate to read it. It has absolutely nothing to do with this one, but I know I won’t get my hands on that new one until at least mid-November so I might as well give this one a reread in the meantime. This was also the pick for Helen’s Eurovision book club and I was so excited that it won the poll because a) everyone needs this book, and b) another excuse to read it? I’ll take it. I have an idea for a post with this one so you might see me talk about this again too.
And that’s it for today. I hope you’re all doing well. Let me know which books you’re rereading or thinking about rereading, and I’ll see you all tomorrow.