Top Ten Tuesday: Books to Read This Fall

Hey, guys. Happy Tuesday! Tonight I just wanted to list a bunch of books that I strongly recommend are read in the chilly fall season. This doesn’t mean that I necessarily read them in the fall myself, but I feel these books are best when surrounded by this inspiring atmosphere.

1. Fangirl | Rainbow Rowell

Fangirl took me only a few days to read. Once you get into this book, you really can’t stop. I haven’t heard many positive reviews on Rainbow Rowell’s newer releases, but this book is an absolute hit.

2. Paper Towns | John Green

Paper Towns is my favorite John Green book. I bought it two years ago on Black Friday, and had the book finished by late Saturday night.

3. Percy Jackson and the Olympians series | Rick Riordan

Rick Riordan’s writing style is so loose, so funny. I love reading his books when I’m really upset. These five books are what started it all.

4. The Heroes of Olympus series | Rick Riordan

This next five book series is the spin-off to #4. Several new characters and theories are introduced, as well as a new plot and many entertaining quests for our favorite characters to endure.

5. Anything Brian Selznick Ever Wrote

That includes The Invention of Hugo Cabret, Wonderstruck, and The Marvels. You’ll know exactly why I love these books so much when you open the book.

6. Legend Trilogy | Marie Lu

The Legend books touch base on something a little more science-fiction-esque, but these are nice 5-star books to come back to.

7. The Book Thief | Marcus Zusak

This book has a bit of a darker theme, it takes place in Munich during the Holocaust, but it conveys a beautiful message nonetheless.

8. Twilight | Stephanie Meyer

I see y’all looking at me like that. *sighs* Even if you didn’t like the movie, the book is great for a fall sit-and-read.

9. If I Stay | Gayle Forman

This book isn’t one of my favorites, but it’s well-written.

10. The Fault In Our Stars | John Green

The Fault In Our Stars. A book that seemed to be everyone’s favorite two years ago because it made them feel more interesting. I read this book to prove to my friend that I could finish it faster than her. I won. Still a nice book, though.


Comment down below if there are any books you feel I missed!

Yellow Eccentricity

 

3 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Books to Read This Fall

    1. Yes, I agree completely with you. First of all, you have absolutely no idea how long it took be to spell “completely” back there, and second of all, thank you so so much for sharing some of your thoughts with me! It’s greatly appreciated!

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