Monday, 4 September 2017

My Autumn Reading List


A little while ago now - mid summer to be exact - I spoke about starting seasonal reading lists, so with the arrival of September I've compiled my autumn reading list.

My autumn reading list runs from September to the end of November.

All titles below have been linked via Goodreads

BOOKS FROM MY SHELVES
(The last three titles are the Bill Hodges trilogy by Stephen King, and I aim to read them all in one go)

BOOKS FROM MY KINDLE LIBRARY

BOOKS FOR REVIEW
(My review books may increase over the course of my autumn reading list)

BOOK BORROWED FROM THE LIBRARY

So that concludes my autumn reading list. If you've read any of these titles already, I'd love to hear your thoughts on them. Also, be sure to share any titles you plan to read over the next three months.
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  1. I'm curious about The Lie Tree -- I've heard it's good! And good for the fall season I think :)

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    1. I've heard so many good things about it too!

      Happy reading this autumn :-)

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  2. I love the idea of seasonal reading lists. And Every Heart A Doorway definitely sounds like a great autumn choice!

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    1. I'm looking forward to getting stuck in!

      Happy reading this autumn :-)

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  3. I like your list!! I enjoyed The Girl Before and The Roanoke Girls. Thanks for sharing, and for visiting my blog.

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    1. Thank you - glad to hear you enjoyed some of these titles.

      Happy reading in autumn :-)

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  4. I really liked Mr. Mercedes and The Roanoke Girls was great, too....though creepy!

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    1. Ooo... I'm intrigued now!

      Happy reading in autumn :-)

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  5. Oooh - The Roanoke Girls...get ready for some serious dysfunction!

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    1. I'd heard that. Haha!

      Happy reading in autumn :-)

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  6. I’m not organized enough to make seasonal reading lists. :) I hope you love all these!

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

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    1. Surprisingly it didn't take that long to put together. Thank you!

      Happy reading in autumn :-)

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  7. I still need to come up with my next TBR list. The only title off of yours that I've already read is The Girl Before, which I enjoyed overall. Happy reading!

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    1. The Girl Before seems to have been enjoyed by a few, so I'm keen to read that one.

      Happy reading in autumn :-)

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  8. I love your ratio of owned vs. library books. I wish I could be that good about reading from my own shelves! Hope you enjoy your reads!

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    1. Haha! Honestly, part of the reason for that is something you spoke about recently - going to the library with a little child in tow! I tend to read more library books during school term time as I can make trips on my own and actually browse.

      Happy reading in autumn :-)

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  9. That's some creepy seasonal reading! I haven't read any of the Stephen King but he's on my list of authors I really need to read. I ended up DNFing The Roanoake Girls but it was more the subject than the book itself. I thought the writing was great and the atmosphere was intnese!

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    1. Stephen King is on my list of authors to read this year... He seems to be the only one on that list whose work I've actually picked up!

      I've heard some interesting things re: The Roanoke Girls - thanks for sharing your thoughts.

      Happy reading in autumn :-)

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  10. Eek! That Ghost Stories book sounds awesome. I am such a wimp these days, I would probably read them with all the lights in the whole house on! :) Enjoy your fall reads!

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    1. Oh, the lights are firmly on :-P

      Happy reading in autumn :-)

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  11. Great list! I really enjoyed Mr. Mercedes and The Roanoke Girls. Every Heart a Doorway is one i would love to get to. Happy reading!

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    1. I've finished Every Heart a Doorway now - completed it in less than 24 hours - and would recommend it. I'm currently reading Mr Mercedes and am loving it!

      Happy reading in autumn :-)

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