Happy fall! October is right around the corner and bringing more tempting book titles! There are several books that caught my eye this month. There’s a little bit of everything in here, though all of these are either standalone books or first in a series. There are some big series releases this month too though, I’m sure you are aware!
October’s Most-Wanted Books:
Yes Please by Amy Poehler (Oct. 28) * Choose Your Own Autobiography by Neil Patrick Harris (Oct. 14) * Us by David Nicholls (Oct. 28) * Last Train to Babylon by Charlee Fam (Oct. 28) * My True Love Gave to Me edited by Stephanie Perkins (Oct. 14) * Glory O’Brien’s History of the Future by A.S. King (Oct. 14) * Perfectly Good White Boy by Carrie Mesrobian (Oct. 1) * The Young Elites by Marie Lu (Oct. 7) * Loop by Karen Akins (Oct. 21) * Sublime by Christina Lauren (Oct. 14) * The Body Electric by Beth Revis (Oct. 6) * Whatever Life Throws at You by Julie Cross (Oct. 7) * Becoming Calder by Mia Sheridan (Oct. 5) * Promise Me This by Christina Lee (Oct. 7) * Love and Other Unknown Variables by Shannon Lee Alexander (Oct. 7) * Alice & Freda Forever by Alexis Coe (Oct. 7)
What are you looking forward to reading in October?
7 thoughts on “October’s Most-Wanted Books”
I’ve heard fantastic things about A.S. King. I haven’t read any of hers yet. I know we have similar tastes – which book would you recommend for me as a first A.S. King book to read? Thanks! 🙂
Hi Debbi! I think you would really like A.S. King’s books. I’ve read Reality Boy, Please Ignore Vera Dietz, and Ask the Passengers, and AtP is probably my favorite. Her books are pretty unique and she uses magical realism frequently. I can’t wait to see what you think! Happy fall reading 🙂
Great list! I’m especially looking forward to the Young Elites. Im also anxiously awaiting the last Percy Jackson book Blood of Olympus, by Rick Riordan.
I need to get the NPH book for my son!
I’m looking forward to Us by David Nicholls too. And for A.S King, since she’s one of my favorite author, her works automatically added to my wishlist.
I’m looking forward to the Young Elites and the new Amy Poehler book.