Tag: the reread book tag

The Reread Book Tag: An Original Randomness Tag!

Hi everyone! I hope you’re all having a great day so far. I’ve been working on the third draft of my work in progress, “These Broken Pieces,” in hopes that I can move to the fourth draft soon. This is my third Randomness Tag and I’m excited to share it with you today! It’s called the Reread Book Tag.


  • Link back to the creator, (Brianna@ Brianna’s Books and Randomness)
  • Tag as many or as little readers as you like
  • Feel free to use my graphics!

I don’t typically reread childhood books, but I remember loving “Charlotte’s Web.” I have a feeling if I read it again I would still love it.

I DNFed “City of Bones,” (I know, shocking), because I was having a hard time getting into the story, but I would be willing to give it a second chance.

It’s not completely new, but I would reread “I’ll Give You the Sun” because of the sibling dynamics and wordy descriptions present in this book.

If you’ve been following my blog for a while you probably know I hated “Swiss Family Robinson.” I never want to read that book again. It was too descriptive for me at the time but I know I DO NOT want to reread that.

I read “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe” in fourth or fifth grade and I’d love to reread it again. At the time I didn’t understand all of the biblical connections, but now that I’m older, I’m sure I’d be able to understand them more.

I would gladly reread anything from John Green, (except “An Abundance of Katherines” because that was a nightmare). I’ve read just about all of his books and have loved all of them except the aforementioned Abundance.

I loved “The Lunar Chronicles,” (and even made a book tag based off of it!), and I’m sure I would enjoy reading them again. The only problem is finding time to read them again!

I’m kind of cheating on this one, but I would like to try “Six of Crows” again now that I’ve read the original Grisha Trilogy and because the Netflix series is due sometime this year.

I’m not an audiobook person, but I know a ton of readers really enjoy them. There are a few audio books I would like to listen to that I haven’t read though, such as “Sadie” which has a full-cast audiobook.

I hope you enjoyed my original tag! I tag the following people:

As usual, don’t feel obligated to do the tag if you don’t feel like it/don’t want to.

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