Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature/meme hosted here at The Broke and the Bookish. The topic for this week is Top Ten Books I Really Love, But Feel Like I Haven't Talked About Enough.
Since I couldn't really think of any books for that topic (I talk about books I really love a lot haha), I decided to chose from the list of old topics. So I am doing Top Ten Books I Want To Re-Read.
1. The Picture of Dorian Gray By: Oscar Wilde
This is my all time favorite book and I like to re-read it once a year. I missed last year, so I really hope I get to read it this year!
2. The Bell Jar By: Sylvia Plath
The Bell Jar really made an impact on me when I first read it about a year and a half ago. I haven't had a chance to re-read it yet and I would really love to soon.
3. The Shining By: Stephen King
I haven't read The Shining in ages!! This one is way over due for a re-read.
4. The Troop By: Nick Cutter
Here is another one that I read not too terribly long ago, but I'm already ready to read it again.
5. 11/22/63 By: Stephen King
With the Hulu show that just came out with James Franco(which is AWESOME by the way) I have really been in the mood to read this one again.
6. House of Leaves By: Mark Z. Danielewski
House of Leaves is one of my all time favorite books and I've only read it once. I am so overdo for a re-read on this one.
7. Jane Eyre By: Charlotte Bronte
Here's another one of my all time favorite books that I've only read one time. I definitely want to read this one again and soon!!!!!
8. Battle Royale By: Koushun Takami
I feel like I just read Battle Royale not long ago, but it was actually 2011 when I read it. So I definitely need to read this one again.
9. The Dresden Files By: Jim Butcher
While waiting AGES (feels that way anyway) for Peace Talks I've decided that I would love to start this whole series over again. I don't know when I will have the time for that, but I sure would love to!
10. Charlotte's Web By: E.B. White
I loved this one as a kid and I bought it a little while back to read with my kids. They don't seem as intersted in reading it anymore, but I want to re-read it on my own then.
11. The Lord of the Rings By: J.R.R. Tolkien
I really want to re-read this epicness, but I think I need to get myself geared up for it first.
So that's my list of books that I would like to re-read again and I'm sure there are a lot more too. What books do you want to re-read? Do you think you will get to any of them this year?