13 October 2020

Several Books I Want to Forget and Read Again

As a reader, sometimes I wish that I could forget a book and read it again to just taste the same emotions and that book hangover. Even the thought of these books brings a smile to my face. Though I am not sure, my friends would want to see that frenzy Merve again.

So I wanted to share with you those books. You probably read them, but do we miss any chance to talk about our favourite books? Nope, never.

Also, if you have any books to add, please leave a comment, and so I, I mean we, can read them.

I will start with a long-time favourite:

THE FAULT IN OUR STARS BY JOHN GREEN

When I first read this book, I cried for two hours straight. Then I suggested it to everybody who will read. When the film came out, we watched it as a group, gathered bookmarks. Swooned about the characters. Then I read the Turkish edition. I have both Turkish and English hard cover editions. 

INHERITANCE TRILOGY BY N.K. JEMISIN

I read this trilogy two times. Nahadoth. Yeine. Sieh. Itempas. (Oh, sweet Sieh) I just adore this trilogy. The end blew me away. It is such a journey for me that I would gladly take the pain I felt. (I was following Turkish translations, and they still have not published the third book...) I really wish to forget and reread. Beautiful story.

GUILD HUNTER SERIES BY NALINI SINGH

When I first started this series, I reread every book before a new one released. So I probably read the first book 4 or 5 times, including Turkish one. If you call me crazy, I will show you my signed ARC of 6th book. *Smirk* In summary, I love the characters, first book, second book, third book and so on.

CHARLEY DAVIDSON BY DARYNDA JONES

I don’t think there is funnier narrator around and Charley never feels the same when I read it again. And I did. She is lame, quirky, funny (like LOL kinda funny) and the story is mysterious. I still don’t know many things because I am saving this series for the hard times. It is like chocolate for me. 

HARRY POTTER SERIES BY J. K. ROWLING

Now, you don’t see me mentioning Harry Potter much, but I love it as you. There is not much to say about Harry Potter. Tasting the fandom again... Oh, the sweet agony.

2 comments:

  1. Harry Potter is the only one of these I've read! I watched the movie for The Fault in Our Stars, but haven't read the book yet. I love, love, love Nalini Singh, but haven't read the series you mentioned! Only the Psy-Changeling & Psy-Changeling Trinity series.

    Lindsi @ Do You Dog-ear? 💬

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    1. You MUST read Guild Hunter. First book blow my mind! And Charley is like a treat for me. Mystery makes you keep wondering and narrator is engaging too!

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