From YA Highway...
In the movie "Groundhog Day," Bill Murray has to relive the same day over and over. What books would you pick to read over and over for the rest of your life?
|groundhogs can be kinda cute. i want to hug this guy.|
So at first I thought of quite a few books I could read over and over again. But then ... I thought more and decided there are actually very few. I like books that break my heart, challenge my mind, change my opinions, but I also just like books that entertain me. Maybe this sounds pathetic, but the books I read over and over again are usually for pure entertainment value. I feel good when I finish them. So I'd probably pick things like Calvin and Hobbes or the Shopoholic series if I was being totally honest. But, to preserve my self-image as an intelligent and well-read human being, I'm breaking this down into categories:
*A book to read when I want to feel sad: The Sky is Everywhere
*A book to read to expand my mind: Three Cups of Tea
*A book to read for pure entertainment: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
(PS - haven't seen that movie yet, but it's on my list. I hear it's good)
What about you? What books would you read over and over again?