5 Fandom Friday- Books You've Re-Read the Most

Hello, all!

For this weeks 5FF, I've decided to exclude series that I've re-read (cause c'mon, we all know I've re-read Harry Potter more times than I can count) and only focus on stand-alones. Also, next week's prompt is about series, so I can gush over HP then.

1. Ready Player One- Ernest Cline: I'm a huge fan of 80s pop culture and this is pretty much a mecca of all that. It combines all the movie references and video games that I love with a scavenger hunt, and it's just an all around fun time.

2. The Night Circus- Erin Morgenstern: Lyrical, flowy writing can be very hit or miss for me, but it was definitely a win when it came to this book. I was immediately sucked into this battle between these two magicians who never asked to be a part of their respective mentor's feuds. It's just so lush and captivating.

3. Stardust-Neil Gaiman: Neil Gaiman is one of my favorite authors and so I love a lot of his work, but this one takes the cake, It's essentially a love story wrapped up with all these fantastical magical elements. It's just *chef's kiss*.

4. Pride and Prejudice- Jane Austen: For some reason, in the wintertime I always get a hankerin' for some Jane Austen. The only way to get over it is to either re-read it, or watch the lovely and dreamy 2005 movie adaptation with Keira Knightley and Matthew Macfadyen.

5. The Unhoneymooners- Christina Lauren: Did I ever mention how much I love a rom-com? This was the first Christina Lauren book I read, and still my favorite, so I tend to just gravitate towards this when I just need something quick and light to read.

Lemme know some books you've re-read!


  1. I think the books that I've re-read the most are Silence of the Lambs and Jurassic Park!

    1. Nice picks! I've actually never read the books for those, but I've watched both movies tons of times.

  2. I'm not a huge re-reader. However, I have become more into re-reading books. I recently re-read the HP series and the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.

    1. Oh nice. I really like re-reading books, I always seem to pick up on different things each time that I may have missed, or things that impact me more the second time around.


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