I’ve discovered yet another book meme, this one hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Top Ten Tuesday is basically exactly as it sounds: participants list their ‘top ten’ of whatever the subject is every week. I thought I’d start this week since the topic is your Fall TBR list!
Generally I don’t ever have a coherent TBR, but this upcoming season seems to be the exception for me.
I don’t know that I’ll be able to read all of these, or if I’ll be adding in other reads here and there, but these are the books that I’m looking forward to getting to this season!
Goldenhand, by Garth Nix
The highly anticipated continuation of The Old Kingdom series, I cannot wait to get my hands on this and throw myself back into the fantastic world that Nix has created.
The Night Wanderer, by Drew Hayden Taylor
Chosen because I want to do some spooky reading in October, and I’m excited to read something billed as ‘A Native Gothic Novel’.
The Mad Scientist’s Daughter, by Cassandra Rose Clarke
A book I’ve been curious about since it came out, I finally came across a copy at my bookstore. Apparently dealing with sentient rights, I’m looking forward to reading it.
My Real Children, by Jo Walton
A book about one woman’s life, and the two distinct paths it takes after a choice is made.
Invisible Planets: An Anthology of Contemporary Chinese SF in Translation, translated by Ken Liu
It’s always thrilling to read more diverse authors, and I’m so excited to take a look at the worlds created by these authors.
Children of Icarus, by Caighlan Smith
An ARC I got through NetGalley, there isn’t a lot of information about this book save that it’s based in mythology about Icarus.
The Dhow House, by Jean McNeil
Another NetGalley find, this time from Legend Press – who also published The Blackbird Singularity.
The Vegetarian, by Han Kang
A protagonist who stops eating meat and the surprising consequences of her choice.
Spider’s Song, by Anita Daher
Another spooky October read, this time not supernatural but instead dealing with more human terrors.
The Girl with All the Gifts, by M.R. Carey
Possibly another October read, I saw the movie trailer based on this book and am super intrigued about the concept.
Do we share any of the same books? What’s on your Fall TBR list?