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Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Top Ten Tuesday - Books On My Fall 2019 TBR List

Top Ten Tuesday was started by "The Artsy Reader"  You can see her blog HERE and join in the fun

Today's Top Ten is:

Books On My Fall 2019 TBR List

I am working on a Read The World Challenge, and most of the books on there are books no one has heard of.

So I am going to list half of my Read The World books that are on my fall list and the other half will be from my EXTRA READS list.  During this heavy challenge, I have started reading a short amount of pages each night in a book off challenge, just so I can read some books I really wanted to try, but didn't fit into my challenge.

Here is my list.  I have linked the Amazon page to the book if you are interested in what the books are about.  (click the title)

1) The Toll

        I am really excited about this one and it is at the top of my anticipated fall reads list.  This is the 3rd book in the Scythe Trilogy by Neal Shusterman.  He is one of my favorite authors, and this series has been incredible so far.  Here is hoping the final book rounds out the series perfectly.

2) The Testaments

       I am interested in reading this book, but not sure how I will feel after I read it.  I read the first one and it just made me angry.  And I watched the TV show and got angrier.  Not in love with what is going on in the United States right now.  We will have to see how this one goes.

       Stephen King is one of my favorite authors.  I do end up reading just about anything he writes.  I am always willing to try a new book of his when it comes out.  I have seen this one floating around the highly anticipated fall reads list, so let's hope it lives up to the hype.

               This book was recommended to me by a friend.  It is the story about a reclusive heiress that despite owning a 121 room mansion in New York City, spent over 20 years living in a single hospital room.  The story looks captivating, and it has roots from my home town of Connellsville, PA.  Looking forward to this one.

          Another favorite authro of mine putting out a book this fall.  I really love Jojo Moyes' writing style and have read all of her books, so I am definitely looking forward to this one.

         This is part of my Read The World Challenge  I was hoping to get to this one this summer, but didn't quite make it.  Actually, I thought I would have more reading time than I did, and this is quite a large book.  But I have it on my shelf, so it is time to read it.  The weather is turning colder, and I will be inside more often, so it is time for a big, thick book.

        Another book on my Read The World Challenge.  Two heavy history novels in the fall?  We shall see.

8) Eleni

      This one is on my Read The World Challenge for Greece.  It is the true story of the author's mother, and it looks like it is going to be good.  And sad.  And probably will leave me wishing I would have found a novel about vacationing on the Greek Islands instead.

         I thought I better add something a little lighter to this heavy fall list.   It is on my Read The World challenge list for Turks and Caicos.  Looking forward to this one.

This is my book for my Read The World Challenge for the Country Thialand. Hoping it will offset the heavier reads I picked for the fall. We are actually planning a trip in the spring to Thialand, although I think this one isn't going to be about how nice it is to sit on the beach and drink something with an umbrella.

What is on your list to read this fall?


  1. Great list! I'm not a tbr person. I just go with the flow.

    1. Yeah - I make these list, but I always veer off the list. I always have good intentions!

  2. I have my list of books from tours I've signed up for (I try to read them in order so I don't have to rush to read or review them) otherwise I just find a book I feel like reading if I need a change.I'm struggling to wrap my head around the planning needed for this challenge.

    1. I am a book challenge girl. I plan way ahead for my books each year because I particiapte in these challenges. Right now I am going a read the world challenge, and I have been filling in my books from each country that I would like to tackle. It is just the way I roll. Doing challenges got me out of a reading slump and out of reading the same genre over and over. But that is just me! Everyone has their own way of reading and there is no wrong way.