10 Books I Loved But Probably Won’t Reread

It’s more likely that if you like a book, you’ll want to reread it at some point later in your life. I go through my day and random things remind me of books, making me want to read them again. But books that I liked but WON’T reread? That’s rare.

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl and this week’s topic is Books I Loved but Will Never Re-Read. Now, I know it says WILL never but who knows? One day I might actually brave up to rereading them? I don’t see it happening though.

FYI I rated all of the following books 5/5 stars.

[1] The Boyfriend App by Katie Sise

I read this and really liked it because it had a lot of info on things and it was pretty geeky but I also realize that it’s a little far-fetched. I loved it but I’m 99% sure I won’t reread it.

It’s about a computer geek who makes up an app called “The Boyfriend App” for a competition that awards a college scholarship. She desperately needs the funds and jumps on the opportunity. Basically she makes an app that makes a guy fall in love with you when you point your phone at him. Wow, right?

[2] The Partnership by Charlotte Penn Clarke

I read this book for review and really liked it! It’s a really nice New Adult romance set in college that follows two really different people as they help each other overcome something.

What I loved most about the book was that the characters were NOT the usual cliche.

Click here to read my review.

[3] Reason To Breathe by Rebecca Donovan

If I could sum up this trilogy in one word, it would be sad. Right from the start you get that vibe and it stayed with me until the last book. I DEVOURED the books within two days because I just HAD to know what was next.

This book should come with a proper list of trigger warnings because there are a LOT of things that could be triggering. One thing that is prominent is abuse. Emma is hurt by her guardian quite often and she’s not treated well at home.

I wouldn’t mind rereading it but I don’t think I can go through all that heartbreak again and I would just rather not.

[4] The Gravity Of Us by Brittainy C. Cherry

After reading the book, I could NOT stop singing praises about it. It brought together two complete opposites in a slow burn love story that takes time to build up. I loved the pacing and the pairing.

Saying that, I don’t think it’s a book that would hold the same charm when rereading. I don’t want to reread and end up liking it less and so I won’t be picking it up again.

Read my review here.

[5] Eliza & Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia

Most of the book community has been singing praises of this book after reading it and I’m no different. BUT. I did not like the ending and I really did not like how the story went and I’m just really mad.

I will NOT put myself through that again because I know I’ll get mad again.

Click here to read my review.

[6] All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

I really want to reread this! But I mostly won’t. The first half of the book I spent trying to get through because it was SO SLOW. Only later it picked up and after that it was brilliant. I don’t think I can stick through the slow parts again though.

I definitely recommend it if you want to read about WW2 and can stick through slow parts, though.

[7] Burned by P.C. and Kristen Cast

House of Night is the LONGEST series I’ve read. Honestly, even I can’t believe that I stuck through TWELVE books. Especially since now that I look back, the plot wasn’t even that big or intricate.

I was going through my Goodreads read list and saw this rated as 5 stars and I honestly don’t even remember why. It’s the seventh book in the series and I will never read it again. I’m not reading the series again.

[8] Swear On This Life by Reneé Carlino

I read this after reading her book Sweet Thing, which I hated, so I had low expectations. I tried it only because I really liked another one of her books called Before We Were Strangers. I ended up quite liking it!

There’s a lot of backstory and reading that but it’s captivating and kept me interested.

I enjoyed it but I didn’t love it THAT much to reread it. I don’t think I’d enjoy it as much since I know the whole story.

Read my whole review here.

[9] Never Never by Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher

Never Never is actually a trilogy made up of three small books that takes you on a WILD ride. I made the mistake of reading them as they were released and hence was dying in suspense.

It was pretty wild and I really enjoyed it but I didn’t really like the ending much. And I’m pretty sure I won’t enjoy it as much on a reread so I won’t be picking it up again.

[10] How To Make A Wish by Ashley Herring Blake

I read this recently and I quite liked it, but I didn’t enjoy it all that much. I liked it because of the characters and their lives but I didn’t like the romance very much. It was okay.

I still gave it 5 stars because the plot was REALLY nice.

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Are there any books that you loved but will not reread? Have you read any of the books I’ve mentioned? Are you a harsh critic who doles out very few 5 stars or are you easy to please? Let me know everything in the comments! Also do add the link to your TTT if you’ve written one.

3 thoughts on “10 Books I Loved But Probably Won’t Reread”

  1. I really need to read All the Light We Cannot see. I started reading it a while back but the pace was way too slow. I ended up setting it aside but hopefully, I will be able to read it again. Glad to hear that you recommend it even if its not a book that you would reread 🙂

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