Tag Tuesday: Top 5 Books You Wish You Could Read For The First Time Again!

Hi friends! I’m here to talk about books that I wish I could read for the first time again because sometimes the third time’s the charm, and sometime it’s the first. Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Meeghan @ Meeghan Reads!

I haven’t reread this book…ever. All I remember is absolutely tearing through it and Crooked Kingdom and hyping up the Crows so much. However, some people have mentioned it being slow and I never thought it was slow. All I want is to be able to replicate the perfect mixture of plot and character and Kaz Brekker and freaking hilarious one-liners.

WHAT A BOOK. I mean, this is a mystery that twists! And turns! And then hits you upside the head with a legendary ending! Truly, any mystery-thriller isn’t going to be the same when you reread it, and I regret that I’ll never be able to experience for the first time again.

Mistborn has possibly the best written magic system I’ve ever read. On that note, the plot twists and infamous “Sanderlanche” left me absolutely, totally, and utterly speechless after every single book. I know I still haven’t read The Stormlight Archives but the Mistborn experience is, in my opinion, nearly impossible to replicate.

What’s real and what isn’t? What insanely creative, unprecedented event will happen next? Why does the air taste like cotton candy clouds and lost emerald forests? All of these questions are unfortunately now answered for me* and I really wish I could return to my days of ignorance.

*except for the last one. still a little lost on that one.

Yeah, this is predictable. But you know what they say: magic doesn’t strike twice. And this particular brand of magic lasted for seven glorious books and then changed vibes. I know that doesn’t make much sense but neither does the admittedly terrifying sensation of being addicted to the Wizarding World for the first time.

So that’s it! Tell me a book you wished you could read for the first time!

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35 thoughts on “Tag Tuesday: Top 5 Books You Wish You Could Read For The First Time Again!

  1. I’d give anything to re-read Mistborn for the first time again! It was such an incredible reading experience and it’s one of favourite books in the entire world! I could spend hours raving about how wonderfully unique the magic system is! Great post! 🥰✨

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  2. I really wish I could read Some Other Now for the first time again – it was such a wonderful book!
    Six of Crows is a great book – I can see why you picked it!
    Great post 🙂

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      1. it’s kinda heard to explain but it focuses on loss, found family and friendships, and it really made me cry and feel for the characters

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  3. I agree with your points about Six of Crows. It’s one of my all-time faves but I havn’t reread it at all, which is surprising considering I reread books all the time.
    Oh, the things I’d do to read the Six of Crows duology, The Raven Cycle, and All for the Game for the first time again.
    Great post! ❤

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    1. ahhh, i’m glad i’m not the only one who hasn’t reread it haha!! the raven cycle is an absolutely unique experience, it would be so cool to revisit that for the first time again. thank you so much, i hope you’re having the happiest of reading💜

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  4. This seems like a great list to use as book reccomendations! Each book makes you feel like you’ve stepped into another world and I totally relate with wanting to have the ability to go back and reread my own favourites!

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