This list could go on forever... I'm a compulsive rereader. A good book can feel like a security blanket. It can give you what you need without having to look. Some of them are like returning to old friends.
  1. Anything by Sarah Dessen
    I've read The Truth About Forever multiple times
  2. The Jessica Darling series by Megan McCafferty
    I've read all 5 books 3 times through
  3. Just As Long As We're Together by Judy Blume
    Since the first time I read it in 5th grade, I've probably read it 15 times
  4. Harry Potter by JK Rowling
    Just did my second reread of the entire series, and those books are a complete delight (when they're not ripping your heart out and feeding it through the shredder)
  5. The Stephanie Perkins trilogy (Anna/Lola/Isla)
    They're so rich and wonderful, but they also feel so effortless in the writing. How does she do it???
  6. The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin
    It's a mystery, so it really shouldn't be enjoyable more than once, BUT IT SO IS
  7. The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerad
    One of two assigned "classic" (gag) books that I actually enjoyed
  8. All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque
    This being the second. I love this book, as much as you can love a heart-wrenching book about World War I
  9. Homecoming by Cynthia Voight
    Because it made me want to set out on a road trip on foot when I was a kid, but it's a different book through grown-up eyes
  10. The Face on the Milk Carton by Caroline B Cooney
    Because nostalgia
  11. Bossypants by Tina Fey
    When you need a good snort-laugh, you know where to go