There are sooooo many books I want to read right this minute, but school is in full force now, so most of my reading time is dedicated to required reading, and the rest of my free time is dedicated to junk TV because it combats school nicely. So here's a list of books I really want to read this fall, but probably won't.
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1. The Raven Boys, Maggie Steiefvater
This book has been on every TTT TBR list for the past year, I swear! I am definitely committing to reading this book before the end of this year.
2. The Hourglass Factory, Lucy Ribchester
I love reading historical fiction novels in the fall! I'm really eager to get to this one, so hopefully I can pick it up this season.
3. The Kiss of Deception, Mary E. Pearson
Another book that makes many appearances on my TBRs. I really need to start this series this season.
4. The Wrath and the Dawn, Renee Ahdieh
I've heard lots of great things about this book, and I think it will be a quick and fun read.
5. The Uninvited, Cat Winters
Fall is the perfect time to read Cat Winters, as her books always have a creepy/ paranormal element to them. This is Winters' newest release and I'm hoping to pick this one up soon.
6. The Eyre Affair, Jasper Ffored
This literary mystery series looks like a lot of fun and something that would be the perfect fun read during school.
7. Station Eleven, Emily St. John Mandel
This one has gotten a lot of praise lately, and the concept sounds really interesting.
8. The Book Thief, Marcus Zusak (reread)
This is one of the books on my rereads goals lists I made at the beginning of the year, and I think Fall is the perfect time to reread this one.
9. Jackaby, William Ritter
I've had this one on my ereader forever! The sequel just came out not that long ago, and I really want to start this series.
10. The Book of Dead Days, Marcus Sedgwick
Sedgwick is one of my favorite authors, and this is the only unread book of his that I own.
Let me know what's on your fall TBR!