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Autumn Reading List (TBR)

Autumn Reading List (TBR)

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Blogtober Day 2

Initially I was just going to make this my October TBR, but I realized that it might get a little boring when my October TBR only consists of 1 book series (The Wheel of Time) – so instead this is my fall/Autumn Reading List.

Yes, I finally gave in and started the Wheel of Time – which for those of you who don’t know is a 14 book series, and one of the largest fantasy series out there. In September, I was able to make my way through the first two books in the series, The Eye of the World (Book 1), and the Great Hunt (Book 2).

I would love to finish reading the series by the end of the year, but time only allows so much reading time and each book is over 500 pages long.

I am currently just about halfway through The Dragon Reborn (Book 3). There will be another post closer to the end of the month featuring mini reviews of each Wheel of Time book that I have read thus far.

All of that to say, much of my reading time will be taken up by reading the MASSIVE Wheel of Time series, but there are still some other books that I would like to get to this fall (& finally remove them off of my TBR!).

My Autumn TBR (Not Including the aforementioned Wheel of Time Series): 

1. A Study in Charlotte (Charlotte Holmes #1) by Brittany Cavallaro

A Sherlock Holmes retelling seems like the perfect fall read. The air is turning crisp, the leaves are falling from the trees and the days are getting shorter, which is the perfect time to read a mystery (it is at least in my opinion).

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2. Vow of Thieves (Dance of Thieves #2) by Mary E. Pearson

I really enjoyed Dance of Thieves (go read my review: Dance of Thieves) which is the first book in this duology (not sure if there will be a third book or not). This book series is set in the same world as Mary E. Pearson’s Remnant Chronicles – which is another series that has been on my TBR for ages!

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3. Crown of Feathers (Crown of Feathers #1) by Nicki Pau-Preto

I was graciously sent the finished copy of Crown of Feathers from Simon Pulse, I started it before the wedding festivities began, and it dropped of my radar. I would love to pick this book back up & finish it – there are a lot of great reviews. Also, I’ve really enjoyed what I’ve read so far!

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4. All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

I started this book so long ago – like over a year ago. It has been on so many TBRs I am ashamed to tell you how many. I am a good 50% of the way into this book and I just need to refresh myself on the story, and finish it.

I am including it on this fall reading list because Historical Fiction always seems more appealing in the fall/winter.

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5. The Radical Cross: Living the Passion of Christ by A.W. Tozer

This is another book that I started before the wedding & it has been sitting on my bedside table every since. I have loved what I’ve read so far and would like to finish it.

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So there you have it – kind of a small TBR when you forget that I am also reading the Wheel of Time series (which is MASSIVE). I am also trying to focus more attention on blogging (hence Blogtober) & writing – which means all of my free time can’t go to reading.

What is the one book that you are most excited to read this month? Let me know in the comments! I would love to know what you are reading & are excited to read!

Thanks so much for stopping by & reading this blog post – I will see you tomorrow for Day 3 of Blogtober:

Fall Bucket List

 

I hope you will join me for all 31 days! I will be using the hashtag #Blogtober on Instagram & Twitter.

xoxo

Sarah June

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