I completely messed up last week’s TTT with this week’s topic so my apologizes again for the mix up. After this week’s post, I will go back to following the normal schedule.
Top Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by the Broke and the Bookish and this week’s topic is top books on my fall TBR. I love this time of the year: leaves changing color, the cool crisp air, the smell of pumpkin spices, but more importantly it’s the most exciting time of year where big new releases are coming out!
I started buying my fall TBR this weekend and I can’t wait to start reading new books that are planned for release this season. This also includes new debut titles and end-of-a-series too!
1.Library of Souls by Ransom Riggs
I already started reading this book after I bought it last weekend, and I am so excited and so sad that the trilogy is coming to an end.
2. Dumplin by Julie Murphy
I love reading stories about women with different body images and with smart, sassy personalities, which is why I wanted to get this book so badly!
3. Elanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell
I loved reading Fangirl but did not enjoy Landline at all, so I’m a little hesitant to start this book. I got it cheap at a bookstore so I’m not regretting on having to buy the book at all.
4. Silver in the Blood by Jessica Day George
I don’t know much about the story except that it takes place in Romania and deals with Dracula.
5. The Watchmaker of Filigree Street by Natasha Pulley
I don’t know much about this story either, except that it takes place in 18th Century London with a mysterious pocket watch containing hidden secrets.
6. Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
This has been on my TBR since I first heard about it last year. Only a few more days!
7. Carry On by Rainbow Rowell
Like I mentioned earlier, I love Fangirl so when I heard that Rowell was coming out with a new book starring Simon Snow, I was really excited.
8. Alice by Christina Henry
I just ordered this book and I’m really excited to read it for Halloween as it’s a twisted psychotic thriller of Alice in Wonderland but set in modern day.
9. The Monstrumologist by Rick Yancey
I’m still reading through this one and I’m hoping I can finish it before I buy the rest of the series.
10. The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller
I can’t wait to dive into this one as it’s been a long time since I read a classical Greek story. After VE Schwab heavily recommended it on Twitter, I knew it had to be good so I went and ordered my copy.