Top Ten Fall TBR

Written By: Kellie - Sep• 02•12

I’m a little early for this weeks Top Ten Tuesday, but with a feature week coming up, I figured a little early never hurt anyone. Anyways, here are the books I am most looking forward to reading this Fall, counting both new releases and the books on the top of my TBR pile.

1. Rage Within by Jeyn Roberts
I cannot waaaiiittt for this one. Dark Inside was probably my favorite 2011 read so to say I’m looking forward to the sequel is a bit of an understatement.

2. Days of Blood and Starlight by Laini Taylor
By the time this book comes out it’s going to feel like winter, but it’s still technically a fall read. I was a little late to the bandwagon with this series, only having read book 1 in May, but I fell totally in love with the beautifully imagined world and characters. Very much looking forward to reading this next title from Laini Taylor.

3. Allison Hewitt is Trapped by Madeline Roux
My most recent addition to my TBR pile and a continuation of my zombie fanaticism. The main character both works in a bookstore and is a blogger, plus zombies! Sounds like heaven, well  not really. I will absolutely be reviewing this one for zombie week leading up to Halloween.

4. Quarentine: The Loners by Lex Thomas
A post-apocalyptic mini society set in a high school? Sure, why not?

5. The Peculiar by Stefan Bachman
Recommended to me by someone at HarperCollins Canada, it’s sitting on my shelf just waiting for some lovin.

6.  Seraphina by Rachel Hartmann
Technically I’ve already started this one but I’m having trouble getting in to it. I’ve heard such good things about this book though that I really want to give it a fair shake.

7. Poison Princes by Kresley Cole
Picked this up at BEA and am so excited to read it.

8. Blackwood by Glenda Bond
I missed this one on NetGalley so I am determined to read it, and read it soon.

9. Origin by Jessica Khoury
Another BEA pickup. I actually didn’t realize this was out and about so soon or I probably would have read it already. This list is making my TBR pile seem kind of daunting.

10.  I’m sure something else will strike my fancy and I will have no choice but to drop everything else to read it. That’s the bookish life for ya.

Be sure to check in later this week for ‘Back to School Week’ where I’ll be looking at some classic middle grade fiction

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  1. I just listened to Daughter of Smoke and Bone recently and I was shocked by how much I loved it! I can’t wait to get my hands on Days of Blood and Starlight by Laini Taylor and I’m so sad I didn’t get a copy of it at BEA. I also have to read Origin soon! I feel bad for neglecting it!

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