Five books from 2019 I’d Reread.

These are not necessarily books I marked as five stars although I might have. But they are ones that spoke to me and I’d like to reread once I’ve forgotten them a little.  I don’t reread as I often as I’d like but I think if I could squeeze out the time these would be some I’d want to sample again.

book coverThings You Save in a Fire by Katherine Center is a short book. No! Not really! But that’s how it felt because I just loved reading it and it just went by far too fast. Always a sign of a good story. I might listen to the audio as a way of rereading.



book cover Loved this story and am so happy that I bought a copy and will be able to return to it again.



Book coverOMG I loved this book, I just was so annoyed when it ended, the best kind of annoyed though. I have read this every spare minute I had, I love this kind of book magic that draws me into a story. It often surprised a laugh out of me. It often had me worrying over the outcome for characters. There are some serious issues that are explored.

book coverFor those who like an absorbing family story, with mystery that leaves clues along the way so that you are able to infer and make judgements about what tack the story is going in. A satisfying read.



book coverA delightful story, so warm hearted with delicious cooking smells and full of family traditions and history. Lots of wisdom too.


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14 thoughts on “Five books from 2019 I’d Reread.”

  1. The Things You Save in a Fire was excellent on audio! Sounds like a good way to re-experience it.

    I haven’t read the other four yet, so thanks for the recommendations.

    This topic is a good idea! I’ve already re-read (for my book group) one book I’d read last year, Hum If You Don’t Know the Words by Bianca Marais, my #1 book from last year which I loved even more the 2nd time.


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  2. I have yet to read Jenny Colgan books but my mum really likes her books and has given them to me to read, so one day I will read them! Have you read any of her other books?

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