I know I always think of Summer reading lists because they’re light, fun, and great for vacation. However, there is nothing more fun than having a list of books to dive into on a rainy fall afternoon, sitting on the back porch while the weather is just right, or a story to capture your imagination while you drink your coffee in your cozy flannel pajamas.
I haven’t read any of these (so, don’t blame me if any are bad…), but here is what I’m planning on reading this Fall!
From the New York Times best-selling author of The Drunken Botanist comes an enthralling novel based on the forgotten true story of one of the nation’s first female deputy sheriffs.
A modern-day Gatsby tale of forbidden love, family secrets and the true price of wealth.
A new novel from Margaret Atwood must be read, of course!
I have read two Kearsly novels recently and this one seems a bit different, so I am ready to try it!
The sequel to Me Before You… enough said.
A hitman who only kills other hitmen winds up a target himself.
A new Kate Morton novel is a must-read!
The newest Harry Bosch novel. I just can’t say no! Fall seems to be the season of book releases. I already have this on preorder to arrive as soon as it is released!
This novel isn’t new, but it’s been on my list for so long that it’s time for me to tackle it! Not only are the reviews good, but if I’m going to judge a book by its cover, I’d pick this one, too.
This debut novel and Man Booker short-list caught my attention the moment a read a synopsis. I can’t wait to dive in!
What are you going to read this fall?
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