I have been neglectful by not posting anything for a while. I swear I will get the hang of this blogging thing and be consistent because it is something that I enjoy. I just need to use my time more wisely.
I did a seasonal TBR for Summer and I think I prefer that to a monthly TBR. I have picked out twelve books to read this Fall a couple of them are from my page habit subscription since I have yet to read any of those books. Most of the books are thrillers and historical fiction but I also have a couple of young adult.
This book cover is super creepy and I think Fall would be a great time to finally start this series.
Set in Sweeden detective Joona Linna is investigating a triple homicide that left one survivor, a young boy. The boy is recovering from stab wounds and is in shock after witnessing his family brutally murdered. Detective Linna enlists the help of Dr. Erik Maria Bark to hypnotize the boy in hopes of finding the killer.
I am surprised that I haven’t devoured this book yet because I am a huge fan of Kubica’s work. I recently read all her books and love them. This one sounds like it is going to be just as good as her previous books, can’t wait.
This is another book that I can’t believe I haven’t read yet. To be honest I don’t even know what this is about but I really want to read it. My problem is I have too many books and not enough time. Will def make this one a priority and read soon.
I received this in my quarterly book box subscription and I want to start reading the books when I get them but first need to start the ones I have. I am interested in reading the annotations from the author and think it will give it a unique reading experience.
All I know about this book is a mother sees something that makes her go back into the zoo with her son and hides out in the zoo. I am not sure what she sees or who is after her and her son but am intrigued to find out.
I have heard great things about this book and look forward to reading it this fall. You is told from the perspective of a stalker as he becomes obsessed with a girl and from what I hear you start to sympathize with him. Sounds very intriguing.
I have tried listening to this on audio book but wasn’t really into it. I am hoping that I will have better luck with reading it. It does sound like a great crime noir novel.
Quirke works in the morgue and starts investigating the death of a girl, Christine Falls. after he find his brother-in-law tampering with the body and records. His investigation leads him to some dark secrets of Dublin’s Catholic high society including some of his own family.
This has been sitting on my shelf unread for far too long and I am determined to get to it this fall. I love a good World War II story and I have heard great things about this. Also, it won the Pulitzer Prize so must be great.
This is about a blind French girl and a young German solider and their lives become connected some how. I am sure it will be an emotional story that will have me in tears.
Suite Francaise bu Irene Nemirovsky is a favorite book of mine and this book has been said to read like a prequel to it, even though it isn’t really. It isn’t a short book so should be able to read it fairly fast.
Another book from my page habit subscription that I want to get to soon. This one is about a floating theatre that is used to to free slaves.
This book has been sitting on my nightstand since the beginning of the year and I keep pushing it back on my TBR to pick up other books. I really do want to read it is just a bit daunting because its over 500 pages.
I am not as a huge fan of the series as everybody else seems to be but I do want to finish the series and think it will make for a great Fall read.
The main character in this book wants revenge for the death of her loved ones. This seems like a darker YA novel that will also be perfect for fall.
There you have it all twelve books I will be reading this fall. I might pick up other books as well as I do have a few other books that have been sitting on my night stand for awhile now. Seriously, too many book, soo little time. What books are you planning on reading this fall?