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How Often Do You Reread Books?

Discussion in 'Tea Room (Book Chat)' started by natalie, 9 Oct 2017.

  1. natalie

    natalie New Member

    How often do you reread books? There are some books that I reread at least once a year, if not more. I get stuck in ruts though, I'm the same way with television shows. Does everyone else do this too? If you do, what books do you reread the most?
     
  2. Donna

    Donna New Member

    There are several I have read a couple of times over the years. However, one in particular I have read at least six times. That is This Present Darkness by Peretti. There's just something about this book that makes so much sense to me. Other Christians I know have a difficult time with the book and some are scared to read it. I have plans to start it again very soon.
     
  3. Ellie Jane

    Ellie Jane Member

    I do it fairly often when it's a fantastic book that I really enjoyed. I usually try to pass on my physical books to someone else who I think will enjoy it, but I reread my digital books all the time.
     
  4. Jordan

    Jordan Member

    When I was younger I used to reread The Secret Garden all the time. It was my happy place. Now though, there's so much new material that I tend not to go back. I did let Jim Dale reread the Harry Potter series to me a couple years ago, but the last book I reread was an accident. I didn't realize until I got toward the end that I'd already read it.
     
  5. Donna

    Donna New Member

    I'm glad I'm not the only one that does this Jordan. I reread the whole book and kept thinking this really sounds familiar. I'm still not sure when I read it but I know I did. It just drives me nuts when I do something like this.
     
  6. natalie

    natalie New Member

    The Secret Garden is such a great book! It always made me sad though. Hogwarts is one of my happy places and I love Jim Dale, so that's one of my frequent repeats.

    I've never accidentally reread a book before. Well, I guess sometimes I have but I noticed it sooner than the end.
     
  7. I did it just last month when I was up to my eyeballs in projects and totally forgot I'd already read the book the year before. By the time I realized what I was up to I figured I might as well finish it. AGAIN!
     

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