Tuesday, February 22, 2022

Top 5 Books I Want to Reread in 2022

This week’s topic at Meeghan Reads Top 5 Tuesday is top 5 books I want to reread in 2022.


I alwasy, always have a list of books that I want to reread. And, I am sure all of you have an ever growing TBR pile so then I almost feel guilty. But, there are a few that I will certainly be reading again this year for a variety of reasons. 


If you missed the January-March 2022 topics please see this link. Top 5 Tuesday was created by Shanah @ Bionic Book Worm, and is now being hosted here @ Meeghan reads.

top 5 books I want to reread in 2022

Verity— Colleen Hoover

Unless you have been living under a rock, I am sure you have heard of Verity by Colleen Hoover. Having read this book years ago, a lot of it has stuck with me but I feel like I want to reread it to get all the details back in my mind, fresher than ever. Then I can jump into the conversations surrounding it again and know that I am not remembering things wrong. 


The Thirteenth Tale — Diane Setterfield

It is rare that I give a book 5 stars, but this one gets 5. It has been YEARS since I have read it, and to be honest I don't remember it completely. But, my aunt and I were talking about great books not that long ago and this book came up. I decided it was time to read it again.


The Mayfair Witches — Anne Rice

I have been a fan of Anne Rice for a LONG time. Read this series many years ago and remember liking it even more than Interview with a Vampire et al, so thought I would give it another shot. 

IT — Stephen King

My Mom passed away in November and I am still struggling pretty bad with it. These last two picks were her two favorites. IT was her favorite book of all time. I am also a HUGE Stephen King fan, and even though this one is mammoth I want to read it again, if for no other reason than to feel a little closer to her. 


Helter Skelter — Vincent Bugliosi

Another favorite of my Mom's...and mine too. We both were always fascinated by the Mason family and the murders that took place so I am actually looking forward to reading this one again. It's been a long time as well.

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