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Since Fall here in the Phoenix area really doesn't start until November, I'm going to throw in a few titles that don't come out until "Winter," just to keep things interesting. In no particular order, here are the Top Ten Books on My Fall(ish) TBR List:
1. Winter by Marissa Meyer—This much-anticipated finale to The Lunar Chronicles series comes out in November. I can't wait. I've loved all these books and can't wait to see what happens next in the story.
2. Library of Souls by Ransom Riggs—The lovely folks over at Quirk Books are sending me a copy of the third installment in the Miss Peregrine's series to review in November. Before then, I'm going to be re-reading the first book and enjoying the second for the first time. Spine-tinglers always make for fun Fall/Winter reading.
4. A Curious Beginning by Deanna Raybourn—This mystery, which sounds like so much fun, is also the first in a new series. I haven't read anything by Raybourn and I'm excited to give her a try.
5. Blood and Salt by Kim Liggett—I get shivers just reading the plot summary of this one! It sounds like a perfect read for a cold, blustery day.
6. Banished by Kimberley Griffiths Little—Okay, so this one doesn't come out until February, but I can't wait so I put it on this list. I loved Forbidden and am anxious to see what happens next in this exotic, exciting YA series.
7. Always Will by Melanie Jacobson—Melanie's fun romances always make me smile. I'm excited for this one, her newest, which comes out in a couple of weeks. A light read will be welcome between these darker, heavier reads.
8. Walk on Earth a Stranger by Rae Carson—I've had an ARC of this book about a girl with the magical ability to find gold for a while now, but I've yet to crack it open. It sounds so intriguing that I must get to it—and soon!
9. The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagich—This haunting tale about a school tragedy sounds like a perfect Halloween read.
10. The Gates of Evangeline by Hester Young—This Southern gothic mystery sounds super intriguing. I'm on the waiting list for it at the library—we'll see how long it takes for it to become available. Until then, I'll TRY to be patient ...
So, there you have it, my picks for intriguing Fall-ish reading. What will you be reading in the upcoming months? I really am excited to see what everyone has chosen! Leave me a comment and I'll happily return the favor.
Happy TTT to you!
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