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.
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.
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.
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.
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
The Legend books touch base on something a little more science-fiction-esque, but these are nice 5-star books to come back to.
This book has a bit of a darker theme, it takes place in Munich during the Holocaust, but it conveys a beautiful message nonetheless.
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.
This book isn’t one of my favorites, but it’s well-written.
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!