Falling For Fall: Top Ten Books on my TBR

September 17, 2013 Top Ten Tuesday, Young Adult 22

Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature from The Broke and the Bookish. This week we are counting down the books on our Fall TBR! I always love making these seasonal lists, and I feel pretty confident that all ten of these books will be read this fall. I broke the list down into Contemporary and Paranormal/Sequels.

1. How To Love by Katie Cotugno – October 1 Balzer & Bray. This one sounds like an emotional story about reconnecting with a lost love. I can’t resist an angsty love story I guess!

2. Reality Boy by A.S. King – Oct. 22 Little, Brown. I think A.S. King writes some of the best realistic YA out there, and her latest is about a former reality TV child star with anger issues.

3. Made of Stars by Kelley York – October 1 Entangled Teen. This mystery thriller sounds edgy and suspenseful, and like a good fall read.

4. Where the Stars Still Shine by Trish Doller – Sept. 24 Bloomsbury Childrens. I heart Contemporary YA and loved Doller’s debut SLN last year. This one sounds really powerful too.

5. Ink Is Thicker Than Water by Amy SpaldingDec. 3 Entangled Teen. I like how Spalding writes about families and life (and tattoos!) Please move up the release date!

6. Vicious by V.E. Schwab – Sept. 24 Tor. Everyone’s going crazy for this book. Adult fantasy is not my usual thing, but I loved Schwab’s writing in her debut, so I went ahead and pre-ordered this one.

7. Allegiant by Veronica Roth – Oct. 22 Katherine Tegen Books. The rest of the books on the list are all sequels, and I know all of us are waiting for Detergent day.

8. Daylighters by Rachel Caine – Nov. 5 NAL Hardcover. The final book in the Morganville Vampires series. How exciting! Please don’t kill any of my favorite characters.

9. Champion by Marie Lu – Nov. 5 Putnam Juvenile. I love the dystopian LA setting in the Legend series. Can’t believe the end of the trilogy is here.

10. The Fiery Heart by Richelle Mead – Nov. 19 Razorbill. I’m ready for my Sydrian fix. And Adrian’s POV!

What’s on your Fall TBR? Let me know in the comments!

22 Responses to “Falling For Fall: Top Ten Books on my TBR”

  1. fishgirl182

    The Fiery Heart – YES! I need to order my copy soon. Reality Boy looks good, too. I love the cover. I am not sure what to expect from Allegiant but I am definitely going to read it.

  2. beckireads

    Great list! I’m looking forward to Where the Stars Still Shine too, though it didn’t make my list. There are some really awesome books coming out this autumn.

  3. Maureen Eichner

    I’m definitely excited for Vicious! I’ve really liked Victoria Schwab’s writing so far.

  4. Daphne

    these are some great books! of course, I’m behind you with Allegiant & How to Love! there are a couple more here I need to check out :)

  5. Maggie

    I’m happy to see someone else with Ink is Thicker Than Water on their list! And I’m on board with Allegiant and How to Love, too. Great list!

  6. Annie

    I’ll definitely read Trish Doller and Veronica Roth this Fall, but I’ll also likely do book 2 and 3 of Marie Lu’s series (back to back). Off to find out more about Vicious now, I kept assuming it was middle grade, oops! :-)

  7. Sunny

    Ah, I SO want to read How to Love as well, I love the whole storyline. I still can’t decide on my feelings on Where the Stars Still Shine so I hope YOU really enjoy it! Your whole list is fantastic :)

    Thanks for stopping by my TTT!

  8. Tammy Sparks

    I’ve seen How to Love on a few lists, so that one must be pretty popular. Vicious was really good, I hope you get the chance to read it. Great list!

  9. elena

    I am so excited for Where the Stars Still Shine! I’m also quite curious about Vicious, I forgot that it’s coming out so soooon.

  10. indiereadergirl0329

    Yay for How to Love. I got an arc of it; may start it soon. Too many books to read. And people say the publishing industry is declining! Not with all the good books that keep piling up.

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