I get excited when The Broke and The Bookish have Top Ten Tuesdays where I can actually list ten books. Well, I can usually list a hundred books, but y’know.
This week’s list is your Fall TBR. And I have books for that. Of course I do.
The books I plan to read this fall are:
Spoonbenders – Daryl Gregory – I found this in an open, accessible bookstore over the weekend and had to get it. Seems like a quirky family story. I LOVE QUIRKY FAMILY STORIES.
Commonwealth – Ann Patchett – Unpopular bookish opinion alert: I didn’t like Bel Canto. But this is another book, so we shall try it.
First line: The christening party took a turn when Albert Cousins arrived with gin.
My reaction: Sold! Take my money.
Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire – DUH – This is where I left off the last time I visited Hogwarts.
4 3 2 1 – Paul Auster – Because Paul Auster.
An Accident In August – Laurence Cosse – This is one for my postal book group. Which I’m still in.
Kafka on the Shore – Haruki Murakami – Because I really should finish it.
The Rules of Magic – Alice Hoffman – Again, take my money.
City of Bones – Cassandra Clare – I found this whole series in a bargain bin. Really should finish the first one.
The Story of A New Name – Elena Ferrante – It’s been months since I read My Brilliant Friend. But I’m still in the world of these books.
Living Dead In Dallas – Charlaine Harris – Again, I found this series for a tenner. Onto the second one.
What books are on your Fall TBR?
It seems this is the season I’ll continue a few book series.
What book series do you need to catch up on?
And who are the authors who can take all your money?