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September 22: Top Ten Books On My Fall TBR.

These are books I plan to read during the fall months.

six of crows

  1. Six of Crows; Leigh Bardugo. It feels like I have been waiting for this book for ages!

aeronauts windlass

2. Aeronauts’ Windlass; Jim Butcher. I love his Dresden books, and I adore steampunk. I have to give this a try.

welcome to night vale

3. Welcome to Night Vale; Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor. I love the podcast, I must read the book.

silver on the road

4. Silver on the Road; Laura Anne Gilman. This author has never let me down. And who wouldn’t want to work for the Devil? (In book-land, not real life.)


5. Hunter; Mercedes Lackey. Monster hunters!

furiously happy

6. Furiously Happy; “The Bloggess” Jenny Lawson. So, I may start this book the day before fall officially begins, but maybe not finish it that day. Maybe . . .


7. Winter; Marissa Meyer. I must know how the Cyborg Cinderella, Red Riding Hood with genetically created werewolf, and hacker Rapunzel sprung from her satellite tower end up.

crucible zero

8. Crucible Zero; Devon Monk. Last book of a series, following quite a cliffhanger.

carry on

9. Carry On; Rainbow Rowell. The little snippets of this story in Fangirl made me curious, and now I get to know the whole story.

cast in honor

10. Cast in Honor; Michelle Sagara. I got the first of this series from the library, now I’m starting to buy them so I can re-read, and buying the new ones so I can read them soon! Kaylin’s misadventures always entertain.



About Caitlin Stern

I have a MA in English, and have so many fantasy/urban fantasy WIPs it's not even funny. I'm an avid reader of science fiction, fantasy, mystery, romance, biography, fiction, and anything else that catches my interest. I collect books, and bookmarks I find that are visually appealing and useful.

2 responses »

  1. Ed Hoornaert says:

    Sounds like we have similar tastes. Michelle Sagara waited on me once, at a science fiction bookstore in Toronto. Cory Doctorow was there, too–a very memorable visit.

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