REVIEW IN A TWEET is a feature that I need from time to time when I don’t have a ton to say in a review. Sometimes even mini-reviews are too long to write when you finished a book months ago and didn’t write a single note down on Goodreads. But the good news is that I started tweeting and saving very, very mini book reviews thanks to a concept that Lindsey at Bring My Books introduced me to! I’ve saved all of my super duper quick reviews to my timeline and under a hashtag (my 2017 books are under #bookadd17) for my own person way to review all of my books read this year at a glance.
Today’s Review in a Tweet is THE NIGHT CIRCUS by Erin Morgenstern! I re-read this book for the first time in FIVE YEARS (oh my gosh, I read this five years ago!?) and to be honest, I had forgotten a LOT of the book, so the re-read was almost like reading it for the first time again. It was funny reading my original review because it was kind of the opposite of what I remember feeling so apparently my thoughts changed over the years!
I wanted to do this review as a tweet because I use to review my re-reads but it ended up being a lot of repetition, especially for books I’ve already loved so much or have re-read multiple times. This is a fun way to keep talking about a re-read fresh even if a tweet review isn’t much of a review at all. If you want to read more thoughts about THE NIGHT CIRCUS, you can check out my original review or see my re-read reactions on Goodreads!
Without further ado, here’s the tweet!
The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern | 5⭐️ | Re-read (audio) for the 1st time in 5 years! Even more magical than the first time #bookadd17 pic.twitter.com/DIqY1NqOfW
— Brittany S. (@bookaddictguide) August 23, 2017
2 thoughts on “Review in a Tweet | The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern (Re-read)”
I really liked The Night Circus! It’s a book I wish I could live in 🙂
I’m so glad that you found it just as magical the second time around! I read this one years ago now, but I always have it at the back of my mind. I really need to get around to rereading it again sometime soon. I’m normally not a re-reader, but I’m planning to make an exception for this special book!