TOP TEN TUESDAY | BOOKS ON MY FALL TBR

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This week’s topic on Top Ten Tuesday is “Books On Your Fall TBR.” There are so many great books coming out this fall, you guys. SO MANY. I’m going to start with the ones I can remember off the top of my head without consulting my list and then try to narrow it down. This could take a while…

Furiously Happy - Jenny Lawson       This Is Your Life, Harriet Chance! - Johathan Evison       The Japanese Lover - Isabel Allende
 

Furiously Happy – Jenny Larson
This Is Your Life, Harriet Chance! – Jonathan Evison
The Japanese Lover – Isabel Allende
 

Avenue of Mysteries - John Irving       Why Not Me - Mindy Kaling       Fates and Furies - Lauren Groff
 

Avenue of Mysteries – John Irving
Why Not Me – Mindy Kaling
Fates and Furies – Lauren Groff
 

Lafayette in the Somewhat United States - Sarah Vowell       Slade House - David Mitchell
 

Lafayette In the Somewhat United States – Sarah Vowell
Slade House – David Mitchell
 

All In - Jennifer Lynn Barnes       The Art of Crash Landing - Melissa DeCarlo
 

All In – Jennifer Lynn Barnes
The Art of Crash Landing – Melissa DeCarlo

See what I mean? So many great books coming up! I’m going to need more reading time, please!

Now it’s your turn – torture me with books I don’t know about yet and share your lists!


Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly link-up feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Every week TTT has a different topic, and everyone who links up has to create a link of ten items that fit that topic. To see past and upcoming topics, go here.

8 thoughts on “TOP TEN TUESDAY | BOOKS ON MY FALL TBR

  1. Susan (Bloggin' 'bout Books)

    All these amazing books on everyone’s lists are driving me crazy! There’s no way I’ll ever get to them all, but oh how I want to! FATES AND FURIES sounds especially good. So does the Allende book. I haven’t read either of Kaling’s books, but they sound hilarious and I loved her on The Office. *Sigh* So many books, so little time …

    Happy TTT (on Wednesday)!

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  2. Martha

    I’m so excited for Slade House!!! I have an e-arc queued up and waiting 🙂 I really hope it’s as good as The Bone Clocks, because that blew me away at a time when I was kind of in a reading slump. I felt like Mitchell had such mastery of voice to keep switching POVs and even though you weren’t sure who was “speaking” in each new section, you knew immediately by the change in tone that it was a different character. Not something I’ve seen in many other multiple-POV novels when everyone is speaking in the first person and characters frequently seem to overlap!

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  3. Lianne @ eclectictales.com

    Great list! I’m familiar with a lot of the titles you’ve listed here–Isabel Allende, Jonathan Evison, and Jenny Larson’s books, for example–but I don’t think I’ve added any of them to my want-to-read pile except maybe John Irving’s latest novel (and even there I’m not so sure if I did add it or if I just read the premise of the book). Happy reading 🙂

    My TTT

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