That Artsy Reader Girl is Ten Books I Could Reread Forever. I love to reread though I don't do it as much as I once did. Too many bright shiny books to be squeezed in. Not enough time for the old favorites.
2. Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie - The detail in this book in incredible. I've read this book probably 2 dozen times and every time I read it I find something that I haven't noticed before.
3. Rilla of Ingleside by L.M. Montgomery - I think this book is so overlooked! Rilla is Anne's youngest child and the book takes place during World War I. It's funny and poignant and heartbreaking.
4. Gone-Away Lake by Elizabeth Enright - My only complaint about this book is that I didn't discover it as a child because I would have adored it. Luckily I still find it a delightful read as an adult.
5. The Viscount Who Loved Me by Julia Quinn - I love this romance so much and there are so many just fantastic moments that I love revisiting. One of my favorite things is the relationship between the two sisters and the moments between Kate and Anthony are just golden.
7. Let's Pretend This Never Happened by Jenny Lawson - I adore Jenny Lawson and even though I had read this before I bought it on Audible and am so glad I did! I've listened to it several times already. It's perfect for when you want something entertaining to listen to and her stories never get old.
8. The Blue Bedroom and Other Stories by Rosamunde Pilcher - The Shell Seekers was my favorite book for years and years but the last reread fell a little flat plus the page count is on the high side. This slim volume of short stories always makes me smile and is a nice restful read.
9. Jewels of the Sun by Nora Roberts - This has so many of my favorite things. Unhappy person trying to figure herself out, Ireland, friendship, a touch of supernatural, and a bit of romance.
10. House of Many Shadows by Barbara Michaels - I love Barbara Michaels' books and this one is filled with great characters, history and old house with secrets just waiting to be discovered.
What books could you reread forever?