Books On My Fall TBR


I am so ready for fall! This is my favourite season (and it finally feels like it – although it won’t for long). In addition to cooler temperatures (usually), cosy sweaters, Halloween, and changing leaves, fall usually brings some excellent books! So I wanted to make a list of some fall books on my TBR.

There’s Someone Inside Your House, Stephanie Perkins

I actually just finished reading this a couple of days ago, and I loved it! A full review is coming up, but this was one my most anticipated fall reads. I definitely got some Scream vibes. It’s a YA take on slasher movies and I finished it in one day!

This was a great start to kick off my fall reading!

The Ravenous, Amy Lukavics

I love YA horror, and I love that we seem to get more of it this time of year.

I enjoyed Amy Lukavics’ previous books (Daughters Unto Devils and The Women in the Walls, both of which were gory and creepy and totally impossible to put down), so I was looking forward to whatever she was writing next.

So when I learned that her next book, The Ravenous, sounded like a zombie story, I pre-ordered as fast as I could! I love reading all kinds of supernatural and paranormal stories, but ones with zombies are pretty much irresistible. And this is also a story about siblings, which is another of my favourite things to read about.

A Line in the Dark, Malinda Lo

As much as I love gory, creepy YA horror, I also love a good psychological mystery/thriller, which is what I think this book is.

The Merciless III: Origins of Evil, Danielle Vega

Back to creepy and gory YA horror with this pick! I really enjoy Danielle Vega’s The Merciless series (and their pretty covers!), so I’m definitely excited to read this book, which I think is a prequel to The Merciless and The Merciless II. It seems like a perfect choice to read on a chilly evening.

Spellbook of the Lost and Found, Moira Fowley-Doyle

This sounds really good: mysterious strangers, an ancient spellbook, and secrets. This sounds like another good pick to read while curled up and cosy, when it’s chilly outside.

All this talk of books I’m excited to read as me wanting to pick one up right now! What’s on your fall TBR?


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