Welcome back to another Top 10 Tuesday, an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish. Go check out their blog to see the upcoming features and to see what it’s all about so you can join too!
I read so heavily in the YA Sci-Fi/Fantasy Genre, I end up missing out on all the incredible titles outside of this genre. So that is what my Top Ten Books On My Fall TBR is focused on, the top non-fantasy books that I want to read this fall, and because I couldn’t pick just ten there is bonus one on my list.
I haven’t heard too much about most of these books, but then again, most of the book bloggers I follow read majorly the same stuff I do, so I’m out of the loop on many of these.
The premise is so tragic but I feel like this is going to be very much like John Green’s “The Fault in Our Stars” that I’m willing to endure the inevitable and carry around a box of tissues just so I can read it.
As someone who believes that we are all equal regardless of the gender that we identify with, I am really interested in reading this book because I feel like it is going to be an incredibly emotional ride but ultimately one that will leave me with a better understanding of what people have to endure every day who are persecuted for the way that they identify.
Another interesting premise that is also rather dark, but having dealt with depression for a majority of my formative years I feel like this book will really speak to me and I will understand where these characters are coming from.
I like the mysterious premise of this one, I like the concept of a girl trying to figure out what happened to her friend, I feel like I can expect a lot of character growth. And something about that premise reads similarly to “The Wrath and the Dawn”, maybe minus the whole plot for revenge. Anyone? Or is that just me? Lol 🙂
I’ve heard a lot about this one outside of my regular book blogging community and really want to know whats up! I love the cover and I think the title is super funny, it makes me think of “The Unfortunate Decisions of Dahlia Moss”, idk why.
So I haven’t actually read a John Green book. I know that’s like really bad. I also haven’t read Sarah J. Maas yet, so sue me. I watched “The Fault in Our Stars” and wished I had prioritized reading it because my heart hurt so badly after that movie. Anyway, I want to read this one before seeing the movie because I don’t want any surprises! Lol.
This one just sounds fun. I love the promise of witty dialogue and a little bit of romance. Sign me up!
Another book that I’m promising I will read before I see the movie. But I just saw the trailer the other day and I really really want to watch it this weekend!
I loved following Penguin’s marketing for this book. Weird fact about me, I pay strange attention to marketing. Anyway, I was immediately drawn to the way the people at PenguinTeen pitched this book and since I’ve never read anything by Sarah Dessen it seems like as good a place to start as any.
I read a review for this from Jesse @ Books at Dawn. After his incredible review, I knew I just had to experience this book for myself.
I want to read the sequel and I can’t do that without reading this one first, so that’s why this is here. Plus, I’m guilty of writing letters about my school crushes as a young girl (way way back in the day) and the idea of all those embarrassing things seeing the light of day is just crazy to me. I feel soooo bad for the main character already and I don’t even know her.
And that, my friends, is my Top Ten Books On My Fall TBR. If you’re on Goodreads you can go to my Fall-TBR-2015 Shelf and add from there! 🙂
Have you read any of these titles before? Which should I move up the TBR first and read right this second? Give me all your raving reviews! Lol.
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