Some people have comfort food (and I'll admit, some chocolate works pretty well for me!), but this past week I've just needed something to read that makes me feel good. Comfort books. It's been a long week getting down to the end of school, and so I picked up a few books that I've loved, but read before. I particularly enjoyed re-reading Torment by Lauren Kate :) The sequel comes out in a week or so and it was nice to delve back into a world I enjoy and have some fun. Plus, it's nice to pick up on a few details that I think will have a role to play in Passion. (I spend altogether too much time lost in book worlds, especially Kate's...) Anyhow, other books I love re-reading for the fun of it: A Wrinkle in Time, Twilight (I know, I know), Firelight, Hunger Games, etc.
The real reason I sat down to write this post, however, is the question of re-reading. I have a few friends that are completely confounded by the thought of doing so, which I honestly can't understand. I mean, I loved it the first time, why wouldn't I want to go back? Still, there are more than a few people out there who think it's something they've done once, so why do it again? It's not like the ending will change. Or maybe there's another reason? If so, I'd like to hear it! Because I just don't understand.