Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week is the Top Ten Books I Want To Reread (or if you don’t reread…would reread in an ideal world).
Well since I am participating in Sci-Fi Month for November, I will be adjusting this weeks topic ever so slightly. Instead of listing just any book I want to reread, I will instead be listing the Top Ten Sci-Fi Books That I Want To Reread. There are quite a few Sci-Fi books that I wouldn’t mind reading again, but I will narrow the list down to ten. There is going to be a lot of Star Wars books on this list. So here they are in no particular order.
- Tarkin by James Luceno. Even though I just finished reading this book recently I already want to reread it.
- The Courtship of Princess Leia by Dave Wolverton. This was the first Star Wars novel that I’ve ever read. While some people might say it wasn’t all that great I enjoyed it a lot and would love to make time to reread it sometime.
- The Black Fleet Crisis Trilogy by Michael. P Kube-McDowell. I know there was a lot of hate for this trilogy back when I first read it, it seemed a lot of Star Wars fans disliked these books, but I loved them. I will get around to rereading them at some point as well.
- The Thrawn Trilogy by Timothy Zahn. I loved Thrawn’s character and this I loved the trilogy that focused on him. It’s been on my mind to reread this trilogy for a while, I just haven’t gotten around to it yet.
- Under The Empyrean Sky and Blightborn by Chuck Wendig. Technically I’m still reading Blightborn for the first time. But I do plan on reading both of these again, probably just before the final book in the trilogy comes out.
- Ghost Planet by Sharon Lynn Fisher. I really enjoyed this book and while I do hope there will be a sequel of some sort written at some point, I do want to reread this book as well.
- Song of Scarabaeus and Children of Scarbaeus by Sara Creasy. I’ll admit I didn’t outright love these books when I first read them, but they grew on me afterwards and now I want to reread them so that I can experience the story again.
- Crucible by Troy Denning. This was one of the books that brought me back to reading Star Wars. I may have missed a lot of what happened because of not reading a lot of the previous novels, but this book was very enjoyable to read and I will reread it at some point.
- Childhood’s End by Arthur C. Clark. I listened to the audiobook of this one last year and though it was good I felt that it would have been better had I actually read the book. So I plan to reread this story by picking up the physical book and enjoying it that way.
- The New Jedi Order by Various Authors. I stopped reading Star Wars books for quite some time after The New Jedi Order series came to an end. So I want to reread these books to reacquaint myself with this story and so that I can read all the books that came along after them.