Happy Top Ten Tuesday everyone! It’s been a while since I participated in Top Ten Tuesday. I’ve been quite busy with university work, and I am honestly a little more addicted to playing games on my Switch nowadays…
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, and you can find all past and future prompts on her blog! This week the prompt is: books on my Fall 2020 TBR.
To keep it a little manageable though, this list will only consists of my top five. It would be a miracle if I manage to read ten books the rest of the year, let alone this Fall. I have to write my thesis this semester, and I believe I’ll be quite busy with that! So this list will be a mix of new releases still coming up, and books I’ve owned for ages but still have not read.
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These Violent Delights
By Chloe Gong
Technically I’m currently reading this, but I’ve only just started. These Violent Delights comes out November 17th, but I’ve somehow been approved for an arc on NetGalley! I’ve heard nothing but good things about this book, so I can’t wait to read more. Stupid uni work is keeping me from my true calling…
The Library of the Unwritten
By A.J. Hackwith
Also currently reading this book. Not sure why I’m reading more than one book at the same time when I’m already buried in readings for my uni, but it’s fineeee. So far, this book has been lots of fun. There’s plenty of mystery, and I like that the main character is slightly older than what’s usual. And it’s about books in hell that wake up and get into trouble. Who wouldn’t like that?
The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue
By V.E. Schwab
This book is probably one of my most anticipated releases of the year, and probably top my Fall TBR. It comes out October 6 (which is honestly so soon, what the heck, where does the time go?)! I’m hoping to read this as soon as it comes out, but ya girl is broke, so I might have to settle and wait for my birthday. Anyway, I haven’t seen a single negative word about this book yet, so I’m sure it’ll be amazing!
Blood & Honey
I’ve actually heard mixed opinions on this book. From what I’ve heard it’s not bad, but it appears to suffer a little from second book syndrome. Oh well, only one way to find out for sure. Blood & Honey came out earlier this month, but unfortunately I haven’t been able to get it yet. Hardcovers, especially American ones, can be hard to come by here in The Netherlands, and I’ll likely have to pay a visit to the American Book Center soon.
By Bridget Collins
I bought this book on the same day I bought The Library of the Unwritten. Both of these are perfect for my Books About Books Reading Challenge. In this alternative universe, books are used to preserve painful memories of people who wish to be rid of them. The premise sounds super interesting for sure! Collins’s second book actually comes out in November, but I think that is an entirely different story.