Top Ten Tuesday #13: Fall 2015 TBR

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic:

Top Ten Books On My Fall TBR

I do not follow TBR lists, though I sometimes make them, so don’t expect that I will strictly adhere to this one. A few of the books below are from my summer TBR list, which I posted only because it was a TTT topic.

What are your fall reading plans?

44 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday #13: Fall 2015 TBR

  1. Oooh, Jane Eyre! Most classic novels don’t really appeal to me (it must be the style of language they used back then), but I’ve always loved that one. A Discovery of Witches was pretty good, too. A little too long and detailed, but I still got sucked in. (Um, no pun intended there, since vampires are part of the story!) I hope you enjoy them both, and all the other books on your list!


    1. Thanks Sara. I love a detailed story so maybe A Discovery of Witches will be a new favorite. *fingers crossed*
      Same here on classics. I think that’s why I DNF’d Tom Jones and Don Quixote though they were funny and I liked them. The sentences wore me out.

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  2. I completely forgot to add Magnus Chase to my own list! I’m so excited for that! The Rest of Us Just Live Here is another one I’m hoping to get to soon as well. This is a fantastic selection of books! 🙂


  3. Some nice cover art there. I loved Jane Eyre, and have been fascinated to learn of the prequel Wide Sargasso See (though I won’t be getting to it anytime soon.) Nice list.


  4. I can’t wait to get my hands on Magnus Chase and The Rest Of Us Just Live Here!! The Dream Thieves is amazing you’ll love it!! Great list I hope you love all these books! 😄


  5. Would love to hear what you think of ‘Jane Eyre’ and ‘Wide Sargasso Sea’! I remember having to read both books for one of my university courses and it was really interesting with the different perspectives! Happy reading! 🙂

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  6. I read Jane Eyre earlier this year and I loved it much more than I expected! It was one of those books that continued to grow on me even after I had finished it. Wide Sargosso Sea is such an interesting concept, so it should be an interesting companion to it.


    1. I agree about Stiefvater. My plan is to read Wild Sargasso Sea after Jane Eyre since it’s about the woman in the attic. I read both books before for a lit class but didn’t like either one back then.

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  7. Ooh the Magnus Chase one sounds great but I have so many books left to read! I’m telling myself to not buy too many more books until I’ve read a good chunk of what I have already! 😛


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