Books That I Will Read Over and Over Again

Hey all you bookworms out there! Here’s Lissy with another non-book review for y’all!

These are the top books that I will read over and over again.

1) Harry Potter Series

This should be pretty obvious. I love Harry Potter a lot, (and, I will admit, I’m still suffering from Post-Potter Depression,) and I will read this series again and again until the day I die and, I swear, my last words will be “Always.” This is my favorite books series, and one of the first books I remember falling in love with. The last one came out when I was 7 or 8, and my family and I went to a Harry Potter Party at our bookstore. I was dressed as Moaning Myrtle, and it was so fun!!!

2) Hunger Games Trilogy

People are always talking about “Oh, I love Hunger Games, totally Team Peeta!” But, as a whole, I don’t see Hunger Games as a pure love triangle. I’m Team Katniss. The first time I read Hunger Games I stayed up half the night reading it, and the other half of the night analyzing it and silently fangirling. (That’s the Lissy way!) I love this series and it will always be one of my favorites.

3) Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

I picked up this book not too long ago, but it’s automatically one of my favorite books! I love the characters and the Doctor Who reminiscent plot, and, even though I am very selective with my sci-fi, is one of the best books I have ever read.

4) Ender’s Game & Ender’s Shadow

Yes, I know these are¬†two very different books, but for the sake of time, I’m combining them. The plots are very similar, and feature the same characters. Ender’s Game is a book that needs to be listened to as an audiobook. I first heard it when I was camping this summer, and have listened to it about 10 times since then. I recently read Ender’s Shadow, and it made me love Bean even more than I already did!

5) The Fault in Our Stars

I’m asking for this book for Christmas. I love the plot and loved even more the finesse in which John Green carved out my heart, rolled it in glass, and then smiled as he shoved it down my throat. (I sobbed long and hard,) I hated and loved this book at the same time. (Hint: Read my review on it!
So those are my top 5 books that I will read over and over again. Thanks for the support, and Happy Thanksgiving if you’re in the US, and if not, Happy Autumn!


The Fault In Our Stars by John Green

Rating: 4.5 out of 5


Hazel has terminal cancer, and has no confidence that she’ll survive. This all changes when she meets Augustus Waters, the boy who will change her life. For better, or for worse.


My Reaction:

asdfghjkjl;. I LOVED LOVED LOVED this book! But Mr John Green, YOU ARE A HEARTLESS (Cuss word) AND WHY WOULD YOU EVER WRITE THAT? Now, the very ending was incredibly sad, but do not let this turn you off of the book! It is extremly well written, easy to understand and has an amazing plot. Read it, read it, read it!

The reason I put 4.5 instead of 5 is the language. This book swears. A lot. I was really dissapointed by that, because the author, John Green, is one half of the youtube channel, Vlogbrothers. The Vlogbrothers make a huge point not to swear in their videos. But all the John Green books I’ve read, swear a lot and talk about sex. It’s rather dissapointing, really.

My Recommended Age Group: 12 and up.

When Should you Read it? NOW!!!!