Top Ten Tuesday – Books I’ve Read During Fall Time

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly blog meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Today’s topic is about books that give off fall vibes. Personally I haven’t read many fall books, although I managed to find two for this post.  Instead I decided to go with books that remind me of fall time because I read them during the autumn months.  Hope you enjoy!

1. Undead Girl Gang by Lily Anderson

This book definitely has October/spooky vibes.  Nothing like girls raising other girls from the dead to make a book feel like fall time. 😉

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2. The Book Of M by Peng Sheperd 

Maybe it’s just because I’m writing an apocalypse novel right now that this book feels like a fall read.

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3. The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah 

This book pretty much revolves around the seasons because homesteading revolves around seasons, for whatever reason the autumn parts of this book stuck out to me the most.

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4. Dividing Eden by Joelle Charbonneau 

I read this book last year around November I think. It’s a fascinating story, though the second book was not good at all.

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5. The Grave Keepers by Elizabeth Bryne

What could be more October than a story about people whose coming of age revolves around getting your own grave and turning into your place of comfort and refuge?

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6. Next Year For Sure by Zoey Leigh Peterson

Fall is an ending time, a closure time for me. This book pretty much sums that up.

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7.  First Frost by Sarah Addison Allen 

Look this book even looks like fall! Well… it’s like a fall winter mix.  Anyway, I forgot how much I enjoyed this book until I found it on my read list. Hooray for diving into the past. Also I need to own her books, they’re all so cute.

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8. Hild by Nicola Griffith 

This cover just makes me think of fall. That’s all. 😀

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9. From Asgard to Valhalla by Heather O’Donoghue

Another November read from ages ago.  To me Greek Myths feel like summer time, all rompy.  Norse myths definitely feel like fall and winter.

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10. The October Palace by Jane Hirshfield 

Look at that! Fall time cover and name!

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What books feel like fall to you? Have you read many books with fall-like covers? Don’t forget to share your Top Ten Tuesday post with me. 

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