The One I Have Reread Most Often

One more prompt after today.  And that’s the one I’ve known the answer to for ages.  Plus today’s prompt is easy for me to answer too.  So nearly done.  Although that said I may take a look at the July book a day prompts and do something with them.

I’m not sure what the book I’ve reread most often is, overall.  Crossings by Danielle Steel comes to mind along with a couple of other books I’ve mentioned in earlier prompts.

Over the last few years I haven’t been doing much in the way of rereading books.  I’d like to do more but the problem still remains that there are lots of books I haven’t read and lots of books I’d like to read and somehow I never quite get round to rereading all the ones I’d like to.

But in the last three of four years (I can’t remember when I first read it but I don’t think it was much more than four years ago, if that) I’ve read Busman’s Honeymoon by Dorothy L. Sayers 3 times.  It’s probably my favourite of her Lord Peter Wimsey mysteries (although I might like one of Jill Paton Walsh’s continuation books – The Attenbury Emeralds – a little bit more.  It feels wrong to say that).

As much as I’ve enjoyed it each time I must say that I found this time (about a month ago) I didn’t enjoy it as much as I have done on previous occasions.  I’m not sure why that is. And I doubt that’ll stop me reading it again at some point in the future.

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