It's fairly rare that I re-read a book so:
  1. Jane Eyre
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    Forever jealous of her blazing self-respect
  2. Enchantment
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    By Orson Scott Card... Because he makes fantasy with depth and heart
  3. Children of the River
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    I think I read this at least three times in high school. A romance that gave me info on recent-ish world events and has characters that seek justice and mercy (! Right?!)
  4. The Great Gatsby
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    My high school teacher was correct - it reads like a whole different story when you re-read in your later 20's.
  5. Persuasion
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    A bit more somber than other cheerful Austen books, but I love it all the same.
  6. Life of Pi
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    There are books that have paragraphs that feel like pieces of art. This is one of them.
  7. Scary Close
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    This is the only book I have on my phone and I keep rereading bits of it here and there. Simple and incredibly well written- Miller makes writing look easy.