My most re-read books!

Today I want to write about the books I’ve re-read the most. I’m one of those people who loves to re-read their favourites and discover new things about them. So without further ado, let’s talk about the ones I’ve re-read the most!


The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

This might be the book I’ve read the most, about 15 times I think. Growing up, we used to read this a lot in school. It was often the theme for the annual school ‘party’. Last year, I re-read it for the first time in years and fell in love all over again. I’ve read it a few times since.

This is also the book I’ve read in the most languages: Dutch, French, English and Latin!

The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins

I must have read this trilogy about 7 times. It remains one of my favourites. This series was the one that introduced me to YA. I was in a bit of a rut reading wise, because I didn’t seem to find any books for my age or to my liking. Then my brother recommended me this series and I ate it up! I read it a few times that year and I’ve been annually re-reading it since.

Simon VS The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli


Next on the list is Simon VS., which I’ve read 5 times. I absolutely adore this book and I fly through it. It’s perfect for some guiltless re-reading even though I have other books waiting. Simon and Blue are my OTP and their story warms my heart every time.

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

I’ve read TFIOS 3 times if I’m not mistaken. It holds a special place in my heart as I read it at the exact right time. My grandmother had just died from cancer and this helped me cope. It’s also the first book that made me cry.

The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer

I’ve read Cinder 3 times and the rest of the books twice. I highly enjoy reading them. They certainly deserve their spot on my favourites list. What I like most about these books are the characters and their dynamics.

I’ll Give You The Sun by Jandy Nelson

I’ve also read this book 3 times. I love the writing style and often I find myself re-reading certain paragraphs or sentences for their beauty. I also love the story and the characters.

This is very underrated and I would highly recommend that you pick this up!

Divergent trilogy by Veronica Roth

I used to love this series. I think I read the entirety 3 times. This was in my early YA phase when I had found a few YA books I really liked and kept re-reading them. I didn’t know what other books to pick up.

Ruby Red trilogy by Kerstin Gier

The same goes for this trilogy. I highly enjoyed it back in the day. It was in the same early YA phase. I’ve read this 3 times if I’m not mistaken.

Kids of Appetite by David Arnold

I’ve only read this book 2 times, but I wanted it on this list as I foresee myself picking it up again and re-reading it several more times. I discovered this last summer and I fell in love. This is very underrated and I would highly recommend it!

The Thea Stilton books

Lastly I want to mention a childhood favourite. I read these books so many times, I don’t even know how many exactly. I loved these stories so much!

What is your most re-read book? Have you (re-)read any on this list?

I hope you enjoyed this post! Thanks for reading. See you next time!


13 thoughts on “My most re-read books!

  1. I’ve only read The Hunger Games. I tend to reread: The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova. Jane Eyre, books by Jane Austen, The All Souls Trilogy by Deborah Harkness and The Lord of the rings. There’s other books I want to reread but so many books and so little time


  2. I love all of the ones you mentioned! The Fault in Our Stars is one of my most reread books too, I’ve also read it 3 times! My most reread book is probably the Harry Potter series, Ender’s Game, and Six of Crows.

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  3. I have no clue how many times I’ve reread Divergent. I’ve read the series several times in English, the entire series once again in Spanish, and the first book yet another time in Spanish and German. Eventually I hope to read it in Russian. If I had to go through the choosing ceremony, I would obviously belong in Erudite.

    I’ve read the entire Hunger Games series both in English and in Spanish.

    I’ve read the Legend trilogy (Marie Lu) several times, and The Young Elites more than once. I’m currently writing fanfiction novelettes in both of those series, so I refer to them often.

    I’ve read Carve the Mark three times this year, twice in English and once in Spanish (after reading it on release day last year).

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    • Wow! It’s impressive that you read in so many languages!

      I’m in Erudite too😉

      I have yet to read the Legend trilogy and The Young Elites. They must be really good if you’re writing fanfiction about them, right? I have read Warcross by Marie Lu though. I liked it a lot. 🙂 I haven’t read Carve the Mark. We’ll see when I get to that.


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