Whilst there's few things better than getting stuck into a new book, a lot of the time I tend to re-read old favourites of mine. Maybe it's because I like knowing how things are going to turn out, I'm not the biggest fan of change, and I really don't like the 'bad bits' (forever fast forwarding past the bad bits in films). There's something comforting about picking up something I know I'll love.
The past couple of weeks I've been super tired, so opted for reading things that I don't have to pay too much attention to.
First off I picked up Where Rainbows End by Cecelia Ahern. I first read this a good five or six years ago and loved it. The fact that it's all complied of letters makes it a pretty easy read, but a fantastic one at that!
Next up, after having re-watched Catching Fire numerous times since it's DVD release, I decided to re-read the last two in the trilogy. For reasons I can't quite explain. I read Mockingjay first, then went back and read Catching Fire.
There's something about he Hunger Games books that I love. Whilst they're incredibly easy reads, I can't help but be super interested in the whole futuristic world and city of Panem. It fascinates me. Whether it's reminding myself about what each districts trade was, or finding out a little more about each of the tributes. I really enjoyed re-reading these two books, and I really really enjoyed every scene involving Gale.
What books can you read over and over again?