Top Ten Tuesday: Books on my Fall TBR Pile

Hey guys!  Ok, this week I can totally get into.  We’re going to look at books that I totally (hopefully) plan on reading this fall.  I tried to narrow it down to ones that I actually physically have on my shelves or on my Kindle.  So let’s start looking!

toptentuesdayTop Ten Books on my Fall TBR Pile

1. All We Have Left by Wendy Mills

It’s supposed to be a really interesting look at 9/11 from the perspectives of two different girls.  And this book keeps showing up everywhere I look lately.  I have to check it out.

2. A Week of Mondays by Jessica Brody

It looks like a combination of Groundhog Day and Before I Fall.  I dig it.

3. The Forgetting by Sharon Cameron

This came in my Uppercase box this month.  Never was really on my radar before, but now that I own it?  Yeah, I’m going to read it.

4. Like a River Glorious by Rae Carson

I have this as an ARC, even though I think this is supposed to come out soon.  Like I wouldn’t read this anyway.  The first book in the series was brilliant.

5. The Last of August by Brittany Cavallaro

That’s right, friends.  I snagged this ARC too.  More Sherlock and Watson coming my way!

6. Rook by Sharon Cameron

It wasn’t until I typed this out that I realized this was the second Sharon Cameron book on this list.  I’ve never read anything by her!  But I guess since I’ve been interested in two of her books, she must be ok.

7. Empire of Storms by Sarah J. Maas

I will get around to this eventually.  You know it, I know it.  Now that I’ve started reading Maas, I don’t think it’s physically possible to pass up her new books.

8. Asylum by Madeleine Roux

My students have been talking about this book for about a year now and a couple of girls are trying to get me to read it.  I’m thinking it’s the perfect creepy read right before Halloween.  (They warn me not to read it at night because it gave them nightmares.  Now I’m scared.)

9. The Game of Love and Death by Martha Brockenbrough

Bought this at a sale over the summer.  Sounds like an interesting premise, so I wanted to try it.  Have given up on complete sentences for this one.

10. Lies We Tell Ourselves by Robin Talley

Given the amount of racial tension in the news, I feel like this book is timely, even if it’s set during the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s.  I bought this last year and it just got mixed in with all my other impulse buys.

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