TTT: Ten Books on my Fall TBR

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On my lifestyle blog, I recently did a post where I talked about my Autumn Bucket List. A seasonal reading list is of course in order, but I've decided to take advantage of this week`s TTT and do it here. While I mainly reach for fantasy/horror in the colder months, there will be some classics, historical fiction and contemporaries as well. So without any further ado, let`s start.
Truthwitch by Susan Denard

1. "Truthwitch" by Susan Denard
I`m all about books that puts emphasis on friendship, and if magic is involved, that`s even better.

2. "The Night Circus" by Erin Morgenstern
Let`s mourn the death of Top 5 Friday, but also celebrate my commitment to TTT. This book was on my Spring TBR. It`s September and I still haven`t read it. I know I`ll love it, so I have no idea what`s holding me back.

3. "The Shadow of the Wind" by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
Another book from my Spring TBR. What can I say? I`m hopeless.
Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

4. "Red Queen" by Victoria Aveyard
Dystopia is still one of my favourite genres, so I have high hopes for this. Hopefully, it will live up to the hype.

5. "Snow like Ashes" by Sara Raasch
From what I`ve seen on Goodreads, the world looks fascinating and it features a kick-ass heroine.

6. "Warm Bodies" by Isaac Marion
This will probably be my Halloween read. I haven`t seen the movie yet, but I know it`s about a zombie that falls in love with a human girl. But it`s more sarcastic than that cheese fest called "Twilight". Or at least that`s what I hope.

7. "Everything, Everything" by Nicola Yoon
I have a feeling I`ll hate this book and maybe that`s why I haven`t read it yet. It does seem to have the insta-love trope and I`m worried about that, but I`ll still give it a go.

8. "All the Light We Cannot See" by Anthony Doer
All I know about this book is that it`s about a blind French girl and a German boy who try to survive in WWII. But I love historical fiction and I have a feeling this book will make me very emotional.

9. "Trapped in Silver" by Emily Sowden
I was extremely lucky to be chosen by Oftomes Publishing to review their books and this month we`re reading "Trapped in Silver" by Emily Sowden. I`ve been away on holiday and did not get a chance to read it yet, but I`ll get to it soon.

10. "Murder on the Orient Express" by Agatha Christie
My best friend loves her novels, so I`ve decided to give Agatha Christie a chance. Also, from what I`ve gathered, there`s little continuity between the stories, so I don`t have to start with the first book in the Hercule Poirot series.

Are any of these books on your Fall TBR as well? Or if you`ve read them, what do you think of them?

28 comments :

  1. I've started watching Reign and the last kingdom, which I understand are based on books, and both are very "fall" series to watch. Unrelated to the above but thought I'd comment anyway :p
    Pam xo/ Pam Scalfi♥

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    1. I loved Reign up until season 3. Might watch it again, see how it ends.

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  2. AHH! I love your autumnal theme with your pictures!!! I know, nothing to do with your post, but it was the first thing I noticed and now I'm craving apple cider. :)

    I read the Night Circus earlier this year, and I can't recommend it enough. If you like fantasy stories that wrap you up with lots of interesting characters and a beautiful, tragic romance... you will LOVE this book.

    As for the Red Queen, I'm not sure it lives up to the hype? I liked it, I read it in one sitting, but it wasn't... the best book ever? Good, but not SPECTACULAR. One person's thoughts. :)

    Good luck with your TBR, looks like a great autumn!

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    1. So happy you like the theme, went crazy with the fall decor:)) I have high hopes for the Night Circus and I hope it`s as magical as people say it is. As for Red Queen I`m pretty sure \my mind won`t be blown away, but I love dysopia and I fell that book is a must.

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  3. I loved The Night Circus and Shadow Of The Wind. Both magical reads in different ways!
    You've reminded me that I have still got All The Light We Cannot See unread. That's one for my autumn TBR

    Stephanie Jane @ Literary Flits

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    1. I hope they all live up to the hype, as the stories sound so beautiful.

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  4. Oooh I really want to read The Night Circus!! I keep telling myself to get onto that, but I still procrastinate.😂 Good luck with Everything Everything! I did find it way too insta-lovey but hopefully you have a better time! ;) Also your photos are sooo pretty.

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    1. Thanks for the photo compliment, means a lot coming from you, owner of the most beautiful book pictures. I am pretty sure I`ll hate Everything, Everything, but I need to see what the fuss is about.

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  5. I loved reading the Red Queen & Snow Like Ashes series!! I hope you enjoy reading them =)

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    1. The world is Snow Like Ashes sounds really unique, very intrigued by that one.

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  6. Awesome picks! There are so many fall releases I am excited about and so many series I want to continue/start!

    Happy Reading!

    Michelle @ Book Briefs
    My Fall TBR picks

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    1. I am so behind with my series, but I hope I can finish 3-4 more before the end of the year.

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  7. The Night Circus is one of my favorite books - I hope you enjoy it! I haven't read Warm Bodies yet, but the movie is so much fun.

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    1. It looks like a fun book, one that messes with many YA tropes.

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  8. Truthwitch is one I'd like to read as well, and same here with Agatha Christie. I haven't read much of her, and with the new movie coming for Express I'd like to finally read it.

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    1. I have recently read "Murder on the Orient Express" and it was so good. The trailer for the movie was good, though some things were off.

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  9. The Night Circus is unlike any other book

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  10. I hope you enjoy all of these!
    My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2017/09/19/top-ten-tuesday-125/

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    1. So far I`ve finished two and they were great.

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  11. Oh wow, you're in for some great reads this fall. The Night Circus and All the Light We Cannot See are two of my favorites!

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    1. A lot of people rave about them, so I hope I`ll enjoy them just as much.

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  12. This Fall TBR list looks absolutely amazing! I hope you'll enjoy it! I keep procrastinating reading The Night Circus as well :)

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    1. I`ve been procrastinating it for so long, it needs to happen before 2018.

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  13. REALLY liked Everything, Everything. Liked Snow Like Ashes. Cannot wait to read Red Queen. I haven't read an Agatha Christie novel but since I love the TV adaptations AND am excited about the movie this fall, I really should give one of her novels a chance. :)

    Happy fall TBR-ing - and thanks so much for visiting Finding Wonderland.

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    1. I have recently finished "Murder on the Orient Express" and it was so good. The movie trailer seemed a bit off, but we`ll have to see. It does have an amazing cast.

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  14. Sounds like you're in for a busy autumn! Night Circus & Shadow of the Wind are good. Also if you like historical fiction I'm sure you'll love All The Light We Cannot See - I don't normally like historical fiction but even I enjoyed it so it must be good ;)

    Everything Everything didn't really do it for me tbh, but it's had so many good reviews that I think I'm in a minority there...

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    1. I`m pretty sure I`ll join you in on liking Everything, Everything. Seems very insta-lovey for me, but we`ll have to see.

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