Top Ten Tuesday Books to Re-Read



Over at The Broke and the Bookish this weeks Top Ten Tuesday question is What Ten Books Do You Want to Re-Read?

#1. How Fletcher Was Hatched by Wende Devlin. This is a children’s book that is no longer in print. It tells the story of a dog and a girl and love.

#2 Watchers by Dean Koontz a book about an amazing dog and the sad thing hunting it.

#3 Ready Player One by Ernest Kline not a dog book, but a great fun adventure.

#4 The Hounds of The Morrigan by Pat O’Shea Not a book about dogs even though Hounds happens to be in the title. This is a  book full of Irish Celtic Mythology. There is a Cu Rua in it.

#5 The Ivory and The Horn by Charles de Lint. Ok, to be honest I could fill this list up with nothing but de Lint books and be happy but I think that might be cheating. So I will just put one of my favorite books of his short stories here.

#6 The Pawn of Prophecy by David Eddings I have re read this series several time and I never grow tired of it. Sword fighting, magic, a dragon, and sarcasm. I love it.

#7 The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien need I say more. It is a great fairy tale.

#8 The Hundred and One Dalmations By Dodie Smith the book is WAY WAY better than the movies, it explains all about who the dogs are and why they are they way they are.

#9 The Caverns of Socrates by Dennis L. McKiernan An A.I in a dystopian world goes nuts after being struck by lightening and people must win or die in the game.

#10 Dreams Underfoot by Charles de Lint yes another one of his but I love his works so. He is one of the best authors out there.


2 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday Books to Re-Read

  1. I recently reread Ready Player One. Just as good the second time around!

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