BOOKS I HAVE READ MORE THAN ONCE
My list starts with the obvious...I first read the first two as physical books, then reread them periodically as ebooks on a Palm PDA. Then I eread only books that I was rereading. The rest I was fully converted to ereading initially and subsequently.
- •Jane Austen standard works except the obscure onePride & Prejudice, Emma, Persuasion, Sense & Sensibility, Northanger Abbey, Mansfield Park (I'm due for a reread). Plus that Project Gutenberg version of Persuasion had some dodgy OCR mistakes.
- •Agatha Christie Miss Marple seriesAlso due for a reread.
- •Susan Elizabeth Phillips' Match Me If You CanIt is laugh-out-loud funny and I enjoy the quirky female character amidst fictional famous football players. Update April 2016: listening to the audiobook.
- •Kathryn Stockett's The HelpFirst audiobook then immediately after finishing audio listened again then read physical book. Most recently (last year) audiobook again as evening entertainment at a lakefront cabin with no wifi, TV, or cable.
- •Eloisa James' Desperate Dutchesses #1 and #5
- •Helen Fielding's Bridget Jones Edge of ReasonI had recently reread Persuasion, then saw the latter half of the Edge of Reason movie so decided to reread it. I realized that the book was a modern version of Persuasion and thus SO much better than the movie which lost that element. Perhaps the movie maker thought that Persuasion was too obscure of a reference.
- •Paula Hawkin's The Girl on the TrainPhysical book then later audiobook once it was available at the library.