Books I Have Read More Than Once
This is my first list...and yep, this was a "you haven't made any lists, maybe try one of these ideas?" But I love books, so it's a good place to start.
- •Wuthering Heights, by Emily BronteRead it for the first time when I was 12 years old, and it was hard reading. I remember being really stuck trying to get through the long paragraphs where she writes in the accent of the servant. Re-read it a couple years ago and it was WOW. So glad I did.
- •Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis CarrollThis was my all-time favorite as a kid. So enchanting that I'm pretty sure I read it several times through in the course of a year or two.
- •Through the Looking Glass, by Lewis CarrollSame as above...
- •Persuasion, by Jane AustenI love Jane Austen. And reading this one again was an excellent choice. I really enjoyed how this story is very distinct from her other books.
- •Why Not Me? By @mindyThis book is just delightful. I listened to it on CD by myself and liked it so much that I listened to it again on a road trip with my husband. He laughed out loud at some parts, which made my day.
- •The Hungering Dark, by Frederick BuechnerBuechner is such an amazing writer. Had to read these essays again, and will continue to read them.
- •Notes From a Small Island, by Bill BrysonBryson is one of my all-time favorite writers, and this book on his travels through England is absolutely wonderful. I can't read Bryson books when on a plane because, inevitably, I'll start laughing out loud, snorting, and making a fool of myself. That's how good they are.