You guys know how much I love reading and this post is simply going to be about certain books that I have read that, if I could, I would love to experience again for the first time. There are some books that I’ve read that I absolutely love and won’t stop recommending and are worth reading for a second time; however, while it’d still be the same amazing book, the feeling I get while reading it is nothing like how it was the first time. Plus, I already know what to expect so there’s no surprise. Anyways, here are some books that I would do just about anything to experience again for the first time.
The Fine Print
This was an absolute emotional roller coaster for me. Each character was written out very well, the romantic trope within it sets it off for some drama(not the reality tv show kind of drama, some actual drama), the plot was written and brought into the story very well. This is a book I will not stop recommending and I cannot wait to read the second one.
This book had me biting my nails from the first page to the last(in a good way, since that’s what it was meant to do). It was like I was watching an episode of Criminal Minds but through the point of view of one of the victims and the antagonist of it. One of the main things that I loved about it is that each chapter would be written in the point of view of different characters. The main character, Summer, is kidnapped by a psychotic serial killer who is beyond obsessed with flowers and cleanliness and Summer meets three other girls who have suffered the same fate she did. This book was absolutely amazing and one of my absolute favorites.
As Good As Dead
I’m sure y’all are aware by now that this is part of my favorite thriller series which the first book is A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder, and I have to say that the third is my favorite(and not just because it’s like an instructional book on how to get away with unaliving someone). The main character in this series undergoes some very traumatic experiences and this particular book mainly surrounds the after effects of her mental health after everything and where it eventually leads her. There are some parts in this book that hit a little too close to home and I feel that it’s part of the reason I love it so much.
So far, these are the books that, out of all of the ones I read, are worth reading again for the first time because all of these have taken me on an absolute emotional roller coaster and that I feel aren’t as popular as I think they should be(with the exception of The Fine Print, the whole reason I started reading it is because it’s so popular on TikTok). Anyways, I hope you have enjoyed this post and I will see y’all again next week<3