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September 18: Books On My Fall 2018 TBR

As usual, I will make this list from books I’m likely to read in the fall season–September 22nd to December 21st.

  1. American Elsewhere; Robert Bennett. A hometown with a dark secret. I enjoyed other books by this author, so I’m curious to try another.

2. Smoke & Iron; Rachel Caine. Books and magic are where it’s at!

3. The Land of Stone Flowers; Sveta Dorosheva. I need a fairy guide to the mythical human being.

4. Jane Austen, Secret Radical; Helena Kelly. Recommended by a friend.

5. Archenemies; Marissa Meyer. I enjoyed Renegades, a story about superheroes and supervillains, where it’s difficult to say who is who.

6. And the Ocean was Our Sky; Patrick Ness & Rovina Cai. A futuristic version of Moby Dick told from the whale’s point of view? So intriguing!

7. The Bedlam Stacks; Natasha Pulley. I heard the author speak a while ago, but haven’t gotten to her book yet. I’m impressed with her research, though.

8. Muse of Nightmares; Laini Taylor. Loved Strange the Dreamer. So excited for book 2! (Book 1: A floating temple, hidden children stranded on it, and an expedition to uncover the temple’s secrets.)

9. The Boneless Mercies; Genevieve Tucholke. Standalone of female mercenaries seeking glory. Sounds fun, right?

10. The Future is Blue; Catherynne Valente. A collection of intriguing sounding stories. And that cover!

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.

15 responses »

  1. Marcia says:

    Smoke & Iron is divine. This is one of my favorite series, ever, and one I suspect we do agree on, in spite of sometimes having differing views. You’re going to love it, I’m sure. The Lainie Taylor book looks great, but I need to read the first one. Where did all my reading time go? That’s what I miss the most these days. As always, an interesting and varied list. 🙂

  2. FranL says:

    Ooh a lot of these books look really tempting! I’m definitely interested in The Land of Stone Flowers, The Future is Blue and And the Ocean was Out Sky.
    My TTT https://franlaniado.wordpress.com/2018/09/18/top-ten-tuesday-fall-2018-tbr/

  3. BriennaiJ says:

    Archenemies looks awesome! Great list

  4. These look like great fall reads!

  5. Sarah says:

    Excellent list!! I almost could have written this one myself. Loved Pulley’s Watchmaker of Filigree St- (and I think the sequel comes out soon?). I’ve been eyeing American Elsewhere too. It would probably make a great Halloween read. And Archenemies is a must read! I just don’t know if I’ll get to it right when it releases.

  6. bayyinwonderland says:

    I keep trying to read The Boneless Mercies and I’m having trouble getting into it. I really need to read Strange the Dreamer. That pretty book has been yelling at me from my shelf for awhile now.

    • If you don’t have to give Boneless Mercies back, why not try it again later? Sometimes you’re just not in the right mood for a book.
      There’s always more books than time. 🙂

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