Top Ten Books That I Loved But Won’t Reread

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January 2018. It’s all about love of lists, love of literature and bringing bookish people together. 

This week’s list is all about books that we enjoyed but we don’t see ourselves re-reading. I have quite a few of these in mind! In no particular order, here are my choices. Book images go to Goodreads!

Wideacre- Philippa Gregory

Wideacre  (The Wideacre Trilogy, #1)

This is almost like a period drama! I thought it was fabulous at the time but don’t see myself reading it again.

The Other Me- Saskia Sarginson

The Other Me

Loved this book! It gripped me, yet I don’t see myself reading it again!

Boy In The Tower- Polly Ho-Yen

Boy In The Tower

A very unique read. I enjoyed it but wouldn’t rush to re-read it!

The One Plus One- Jojo Moyes
The One Plus One

This was a very charming read. I rated it highly but wouldn’t necessarily rush back to it. I’m not a big re-reader.

A Kiss In The Dark- Cat Clarke

A Kiss in the Dark

Cat Clarke is such a great writer. Her books always grip me.

Half Bad- Sally Green

Half Bad (The Half Bad Trilogy, #1)

I loved the first book in the series, but I didn’t get on with the sequel. Therefore I wouldn’t reread it!

Lies We Tell Ourselves- Robin Talley

Lies We Tell Ourselves

I absolutely loved this book. I just don’t have time to reread it!

Golden Boy- Abigail Tarttelin

Golden Boy

I loved this but I wouldn’t want to put myself through it again! It’s intense!

Pointe- Brandy Colbert


I loved this book but it’s not an all time favourite. It is incredible though!

These Broken Stars- Amie Kaufman & Meagan Spooner

These Broken Stars (Starbound, #1)

I don’t intend to continue with this series, so I won’t reread this again.

What books have you loved but don’t want to reread? Feel free to leave me a link to your post and I’ll stop by!

58 thoughts on “Top Ten Books That I Loved But Won’t Reread

  1. I read “These Broken Stars” a long time ago, and as such, don’t really remember anything about it. That said, I might finish the series someday. Oh, and another “someday” author to read a book by is Jojo Moyes! Her book titles are always so cute. 🙂

  2. Great post, Chrissi. I have a copy of The One Plus One though I am yet to read it. Glad to hear that you enjoyed it.

    I never really reread books unless I have a great reason to such as an upcoming book-club review for a book that I read a long time ago.

  3. I can understand not wanting to reread Half Bad. It took forever to get going as is. I will probably read the other two but can’t see myself picking the series up after that.

  4. I haven’t read any off your list this week – that being said I don’t tend to reread books any more – lack of time more than anything else and I’d sooner pick up something I haven’t already visited.
    Lynn 😀

  5. These Broken Stars is actually one of the books I found myself re-reading, but I can understand why you don’t want to. It’s one of those you have to be in the right mood for.

  6. Interesting list! A lot of it really does come down to time, I think. Deciding to reread a book means that’s time spent not reading something new! I never rule out a re-read, but there’s got to be something special that makes me want to spend more time on something I’ve already read.

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