The 10 Best Books that You Should Reread  

Take a break from reading new books and visit some old favorites. Rereading novels is that you loved is a must because the second read enhances the novel. That is why we created a list of the 10 best books that you should reread. Keep reading to find out which books made our list! 

The 10 Best Books that You Should Reread 

Every year, I make time to reread books that I loved. Whenever you read a new book, you don’t know if you will like it or not. That isn’t the case when rereading a book. You already know what to expect. The journey will feel familiar and that allows you to pay attention to smaller details that slipped your eyes and mind the first time around. You can see the full list below. 

The 10 Best Books that You Should Reread 

Must Read Books 

A novel that deserves to be reread is The Outsiders by S. E. Hinton. Many people read it during middle school or high school. At that age, you will focus on certain details more. As an adult, the novel reads differently. You can see why Ponyboy’s brother was as protective as he was.  

Reading novels that are powerful and well written is an amazing feeling. And while you won’t feel that magic feeling reading the novel again, you can appreciate the small details. That was true for me when reading The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. 

Lastly, I want to include a recent novel that deserves to be read often. The Midnight Library by Matt Haig is a beautiful novel that can empower the reader and offers a beautiful life lesson. These are the novels that I love because they offer insight and advice that can change your perspective on life and yourself.  


That is all for our list of the ten best books that you should reread. What books should we include in our future lists? Let us know in the comments below!

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3 thoughts on “The 10 Best Books that You Should Reread  

  1. Andrea Vanderslice says:

    The Phantom Tollbooth is another book that never fails to surprise and tickle me at each rereading.


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