Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Could Re-read Forever–Fiction List



If you’ve read here much, this week’s list will be VERY predictable! These are the novels I can read and re-read forever and ever. To new readers–yes, I know of and deplore the racism in GWTW. I do not read it to glorify anything. I read it to enjoy Rhett Butler. I like either big, sprawling books (that today would be chopped up into a series) or short, fun books.



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15 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Could Re-read Forever–Fiction List

  1. I’m happy to see The King’s General and The Thorn Birds on your list, since I hope to get to both this year! I’d like to re-read Gone With the Wind one day, especially because I don’t remember as much about the book as I do the film. And Skipping Christmas is such a fun, seasonal re-read.

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  2. My 6-year-old and I recently started the Little House series. We’re reading Little House in the Big Woods, which I always found to be the slowest of all of them. (She agrees, and is waiting for it to get more exciting later–“like Harry Potter does.” Ha! She might be disappointed…) But I love The Long Winter and can’t wait to get to those later books!


    1. That’s great! Now’s a great time to point out tempo and style and differences in eras. Harry Potter is very television/movie-like. Many superb books aren’t. I have happy memories of reading Little House to my kids in the backyard one summer–before they’d seen HP happily or I’d never have got my son thru it, lol!!


  3. I grew up with The Thorn Birds mini-series and still adore it to this day. I own a copy of the book, but haven’t had a chance to read it quite yet (otherwise I am sure it would have been on my list as well). Also, I just recently started reading Daphne Du Maurier, so I can’t wait until I have experienced more of them and can add a bunch to my list of favourites.

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