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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

  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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